DOOM 3: BFG Edition (2012)

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Destroying the demons of Hell one gun at a time.


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Matthew Costello (additional story), Matthew Costello (dialogue)

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28 August 2019 | josephellis
7
| Different, yet still fun and polished
DOOM 3 BFG Edition is slightly different from its brothers, doom 1, 2 and 2016. However, this isn't a bad thing, and it adds a new and more "realistic" perspective. Doom 3 is a horror game, but the action is still there, but it doesn't feel as badass. The environments in Doom 3 are very detailed and filled with items, usable machines, audio logs, data entries, loot, secrets and so much more. The way you can handle the environment feels really cool. In the beginning of the game, you can see a TV playing and my does it just keep going, very unnecessary but very detailed and neat. The demons are scarier looking than the older 90s games. This makes shooting em even more fun. By the time I'm writing this review Doom Eternal hasn't come out yet. If you haven't played Doom 3, I suggest trying it. A solid 7/10, a good game with minor flaws.

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Release Date:

16 October 2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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