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Mythbusters to do special on FPS ‘myths’

Mythbusters, the popular Discovery TV show known for its crazy experiments and use of model building and robotics to test the science and realities of well-known myths, have announced that one of their upcoming specials will be based on the subject of first-person shooter games.




They’ll be aided in this by the developer of the DOOM games, id Software, or to be more specific their Studio Director, Tim Willits. Among the questions posed will be “Is it really possible for someone to carry all those health packs, guns, and even a chainsaw?” and they’ll be taking cues from the DOOM universe and DOOM 3 BFG Edition to recreate a DOOM level in real-life.


It’s not yet certain which other myths and questions will be tried out, but given that it’s Mythbusters it’s probably going to end in something exploding. There’s a teaser that is embedded below if you want a sneak peek, but the episode itself will broadcast on Saturday, January 31st at 9PM on the Discovery Channel.


January 26th, 2015 by
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