Doom 64 rated in Australia

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Doom 64

Australian Classification has passed a new rating for Doom 64.

The Australian Classification rating follows Pan European Game Information rating back in July. The European ratings board rated Doom 64 for PlayStation 4 and PC on the same day Bethesda Softworks released the classic Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch. (Though it should be noted that the board’s ratings for Doom and Doom II also only listed PlayStation 4 and PC.)

Doom 64 was developed by Midway Games and released for Nintendo 64 in March 1997. Rather than a port of the original Doom as the name might imply, Doom 64 is a sequel set after Doom II. It has yet to be ported to additional platforms.

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