To celebrate the release of Doom on this day in 1993 we give you a list of some of the most influential FPSs. So just camp on these images and enjoy.

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Let’s start out with the grandaddy of the genre, Wolfenstein 3D brought us all out of the second dimension and brought us into the third.

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Here’s the belle of the ball, the reason for this gallery, Doom. The game David Cage has been trying to remake with Hard Rain.

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A bit of a Doom clone we have the classic Heretic where you played as a wizard of some sort.

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Duke Nukem 3D came out in 1996, the prequel to the game changer Duke Nukem Forever.

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A solely online experience was what Starsiege: Tribes brought to the table. You may not have had a single-player campaign but it was made up for with massive online battles.

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Halo brought FPS action to the console. Ten years after the initial release they gave us Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary to celebrate their tenth anniversary of dominating FPS gaming.

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Half Life 2, the aptly named sequel to Half Life, was not as revolutionary as the original but a better game overall.

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Fallout 3 may be more of an RPG but this version brought in many FPS fans to the franchise. Quite possibly one of the best games of all time.

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