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Bethesda and id Software’s fantastic reboot of the Doom franchise has plenty of secrets to discover, ranging from DoomGuy fist-bumping a doll of himself to actual playable recreations of the original Doom 1 and 2 maps. However, Reddit user Tomcb has discovered that one of Doom’s more sinister Easter eggs lies inside of Mick Gordon’s excellent soundtrack. If you put the track “CyberDemon” through a Spectrogram program, the song will be represented with Satanic Pentagrams and images of “666” repeating.

If you are curious as to how this works, it is a somewhat complicated process that only a few musicians have ever taken advantage of (i.e. Aphex Twin). Essentially, you can encode any image into a sonic format that can then be placed into a song and read by a Spectrogram. If there are any aspiring musicians who want to do something similar, there are plenty of tutorials on the internet that describe the process in more detail.

Read the full article here at Gamnesia.

This is being discussed live right now for Episode 20 at Final Encounter Cast at Twitch.tv.

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Video game creators have been retooling their approach to E3 these days. From Square Enix holding a press showcase months in advance to get ahead of everyone, to Nintendo opting to do Nintendo Directs in lieu of holding media briefing at all, more and more companies are trying to rise above the noise of the industry’s biggest trade show and dominate the conversation on their own terms. Another one of the more recent companies that decided to break tradition is Bethesda, who just announced that their second E3 press briefing will take place on June 12. Get hyped! This year, the showcase is leaving Hollywood Boulevard and moving to the LA Hanger downtown, closer to the rest of the E3 festivities.

Click here for the full article at Nerdist.

This is being discussed live right now at Final Encounter Cast at Twitch.tv.

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