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- First-person shooter
- Third installment in the ground-breaking DOOM series
- Enhanced storyline--winner of multiple awards for graphics, sound, and action
- Spine-chilling, bloodcurdling, altogether unfriendly environment
- Music by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails
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The long awaited release of Doom 3 sees it claiming two of gamings highest accolades: that of having the best graphics ever seen and of being the scariest video game ever made. The question of graphics seemed a pretty open and shut case from the moment the game was announced--this is the first new title from legendary developers iD Software since Quake III: Arena and as such it features completely new graphics technology.
The reason the game is likely to win the Dr Who award for behind the sofa gaming is in the way it chooses to use its awesome new graphical power. The games storyline is a loose remake of the first Doom game (from way back in 1993) but the style of gameplay is actually radically different. This is more like a first person Resident Evil than anything else, with corpses lunging out at when you least expect it and monsters scattering their innards all over the place whenever you introduce them to the business end of your shotgun.
In actual fact though its not the graphics that are the most disturbing aspect of the game but the sound, with every unknown noise ratcheting the tension up so much that by the time a monster actually does appear its almost a relief to tangle with them. Doom 3 is not for the faint hearted and thats not a warning to be taken lightly--anyone keen on wearing oversized womens shirts will have a coronary within minutes. But for everyone else this is exactly what the doctor ordered. --David Jenkins
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PS There are some handy cheats and Mods on the website of doom3 you may wana check them out as i have :-)
10 0ut of 10 well done I.D
Windows xp Home edition
120gb hard drive
Graphics card geforce 4 mx440
I remember when Doom 1 came out, back in the day when you had to get a mortgage to buy a decent enough pc to play these games, me i was lucky, i worked as an computer engineer at the time so mainly played these games at work using their computers, he he.
Back to the Game, Excellent, sweaty hands and brow inducing, shocking, action packed, horrific, jumpy, i could go on and on being a massive fan of First Person Shooter survival horror games, played em all, even new ones that are coming out now and this game still keeps up with them all. Some gamers no doubt would argue this point the same as zombie fans argue the fact whether they should be able to run or not, well, doubt away, put headphones on, load this game and feel the doubt slip away as the game unfolds and throws you into a complete horrific journey.
I would rate this game to definately be an all time top ten classic, even my son wont play it as it makes him jump too much! lol.
Hours of play, beautiful graphics and audio, very creepy effects. You do need quite a good graphics card or pc to be able to play on maximum effects but can be 'tweaked' to run on fairly older machines.
If your thinking about buying this, dont think, buy! you wont be disappointed but might need a new pair of trousers after playing it. lol. :0)
The gameplay is very old-school, mostly simple run, shoot, pick up security clearances to unlock doors etc, although there are a few puzzle based parts. There is often a feeling that the developers could have done a lot more with their engine, for instance there is often repetitive use of the same tricks, which wears off after a while. On the other hand, there are parts of Doom 3, particularly when you get to see Hell itself, which bring plenty of pleasant surprises.
The simplistic gameplay may turn many people off, but bear in mind that there are numerous free singleplayer mods and levels out (and in progress) for the game, some of which offer much more varied gameplay.
The game is very dark for the most part- that shouldn't really be a problem, for while some are uncomfortable with not being able to use a gun and a flashlight at the same time, others are perfectly happy, and in any case there are mods and tweaks out there to allow simultaneous use of guns and flashlights.
Multiplayer is limited as there is only scope for up to 4 players (although some mods have enabled this figure to be stretched), but fans of small-scale LAN events should be kept reasonably well occupied both by the initial levels and by the numerous multiplayer mods.
The main areas where Doom 3 scores are the graphics (nothing short of excellent) and also the sounds- they create a very atmospheric feel.
Don't let the "HL2 > Doom 3, HL2 is God" kind of comments put you off, for while Doom 3 has many flaws, if anything many people tend to give the game more stick than it really deserves. Fundamentally, it achieves more or less what developers id Software set out to accomplish, and is a good solid addition to the first-person shooter genre. I would recommend trying out the demo, and if you like what you see, go ahead and buy.