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DOOM 3 BFG Edition is the ultimate collection of groundbreaking games that defined the first-person shooter. This collection includes DOOM 3, the Resurrection of Evil® add-on pack and also includes hours of new content – seven new levels entitled ‘The Lost Mission.’ In addition, all DOOM 3 content has been re-mastered for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in stunning 3D for an even more terrifying FPS experience. As a special bonus, DOOM 3 BFG Edition will also include the original DOOM and DOOM 2 games.
- Optimized for Consoles: Developed by id Software, the team responsible for the franchise legacy, DOOM 3 BFG Edition features 5.1 surround sound, Xbox 360 Achievements, PlayStation 3 trophies, improved rendering and lighting, and a new check point save system allowing for smoother progression through the game. id has fine-tuned the controls to bring the intensity of the DOOM single and multiplayer experience to the consoles, and now all DOOM 3 games now feature the new armor-mounted flashlight, allowing players to illuminate dark corners and blast enemies at the same time.
- Stunning 3D Visuals: DOOM 3, Resurrection of Evil and ‘The Lost Mission’ have all been optimized in 3D for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, further immersing the player in the demonic world of this terrifying horror masterpiece.
- The ‘Lost Mission’: DOOM 3 BFG Edition includes an all-new chapter in the DOOM 3 experience – ‘The Lost Mission’ – which features seven heart-pounding single-player levels and a completely new storyline that will have players on the edge of their seats.
Top Customer Reviews
Seriously. Doom was the reason I forsook my trusty Commodore Amiga and bought my first PC.
DOOM! Graphically, there was nothing else like it. It was fast. It was scary as hell. It was challenging. It was FUN! We talked about it, shared solutions, even had dreams about it!
Remember those nasty little fireball-throwing imps? The 'Pink Ponies'? The big flying eyes? Those brainiac spiders with machine guns? And who can ever forget 'winning' and returning to Earth at the end of the game - then how the camera panned slowly to the cute bunny's head... on a stake!
The sequels were great too.
I never thought I'd see a PS3 version, and I was 100% certain this new incarnation would be a huge let-down. It couldn't be as good as the original experience. No way.
It's hard to find anything not to like about this game. If I try to describe it, I'll sound like one of those liars on the shopping channels, continually yelling, "BUT WAIT!!! THERE'S MORE!"
But there really is a lot here. DOOM 3 itself; the Resurrection of Evil add-on pack; `The Lost Mission.' (new content); and the DOOM 3 BFG Edition even includes the original DOOM and DOOM 2 games. (If I'm honest, the biggest thrill for me about this pack was that I was able to play the original again after all these years, complete with the blocky graphics and basic move/aim controls. Hearing that music still does it for me!Read more ›
Sounds a bit silly to say it out loud, but I pre-ordered this & couldn't wait for it to arrive. Like a kid waiting for Christmas! What sold me really was the fact you get Doom & Doom II with it. Pure nostalgia! And what fun. Forget how bad the graphics look now, it's a fantastic experience to be able to play those two games again, and on a PS3 too. I was in heaven!
All those memories came flooding back - playing in DOS 'cause it didn't run in Windows, manipulating my config.sys & autoexec.bat to get a better experience, having to go out and buy another 4 megs of RAM so I could play Doom II (yes, that's four megabytes!)
I also used to write levels - they were called wads, can't recall why - and there were few things more fun in those days than handing my wads over to another Doom god & watching them play them.
I had endless fun with this game series - Doom was the original and the best FPS. And now the fun continues...
If you were not impressed by the original, there is nothing new to change your opinion of said game. However if you haven't played the original, I highly recommend giving this game a try. Be warned however, this is a classic game that is almost ten years old. It conforms to the same format of other games of it's time so that means no COD/Halo style rechargeable health system. However survival and rationing are part of the gameplay mechanics of this game and add to the horror element of the game's atmosphere. This game is a challenge, but that is why it is fun to play.
In short I say this game is real value for money. There are few games as engaging and atmospheric and that are also a genuine challenge of your gaming abilities these days.
With all three games in one package this game is excellent value, however Doom 3 is one of the most frustrating games I have played in a long time. For the first few hours of game play Doom 3 is engaging and fun to play, however the game play quickly becomes very repetitive as you walk from one poorly lit futuristic hallway to the next. Everywhere in this game looks the same and after a while it just becomes a chore.
As well as the repetitive game play, the enemies have an annoying habit of spawning directly behind you. At first this adds tension to the game play. However it quickly becomes annoying as you are killed by enemies that appear from corridors you have already cleared (this also removes a lot of strategy from the game, as you are constantly having to back track in case any new enemies have appeared behind you).
Added to this, cycling through the weapons is very fiddly on the PS3 controller and has a negative impact on the game play. This is because ammunition is in short supply, and you need to reserve ammunition for the best weapons for the tougher monsters. However, this often means that you have to cycle quickly between weapons which takes an absolute age (in particular, the grenades are next to useless because it takes to long to flip from the grenades to your gun). As a result you will die again and again because you had the wrong weapon equipped and couldn't get to the weapon you needed in time.
That said, Doom 1 and 2 look just how I remember them (on the PC not the PS1) and still play well (although honestly I got bored with them quite quickly).
If you are looking for a cheap game to kill a few hours, and nothing else takes your fancy you could do a lot worse than this but there are far better first person shooters out there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great entry to the series. Dunno why so many say this it terrible because I enjoyed the heck out of it. Quality shooter. And you get doom 1+2 as a bonus.Published 8 months ago by John Mc Caughan
Bought this for my brother who is a long time Doom fan. He really liked it so it seems to be one for the die hard fans.Published 9 months ago by Amanda Blogs
Brilliant compilation. Played doom 1, omg how sketchy are those graphics compared to todaysPublished 10 months ago by nick
Great product. You geet Doom I II and III for a great price. Highly recommended if you want to revive your early shooter years.Published 14 months ago by Nicolas