If you've ever heard of Joe Rogan or listened to his podcast, you're probably aware of his work as a TV presenter, stand-up comedian, and martial arts enthusiast. Rogan has been in the public eye now for nearly thirty years, having made his big break in the mid-90s on the American sitcom News Radio before becoming the colour commentator for the UFC, and establishing one of the world's most popular podcasts.
However, what some people might not know about Rogan is his passion for gaming.
During the height of his TV fame in the 90s, Rogan has admitted he became addicted to playing the 1996 FPS Quake, sometimes playing upwards of ten hours a day. In an era where a reliable internet connection capable of providing the necessary to support online gaming wasn't easy to come by, Rogan took the monumental step of installing a T1 Line to support his habit, a move that he has later stated cost him upwards of $10,000 a month.
With the release of DOOM Eternal fast approaching, gaming fans rejoiced at the release of a podcast between Rogan and the game's creative director Hugo Martin.