Summary: We're all very familiar with the first-person shooter but Doom 3 certainly takes some beating. The atmosphere generated in the game is great and I can't fault the graphics or sound. If I had one little niggle, is that there is scant action for the first few levels. But overall, a fine game.
Summary: When i received this game, i first installed it. The installation works well, but then i tried playing the game and it doesn't work. I have asked the seller for a refund or another one but he won't reply my message.
Summary: This has to be one of the best games of all time without a doubt! Multiplayer lacks a little bit on both graphics and interactivity with the world, and this game would be thouroughly awesome if it used the same world destructability engine used by EA's 'Black'. Love it.
Summary: Great game but you really need to stick with it. I got a bit cheesed off with the constant darkness, but it's worth it. Hell is awesome! For what this costs, go get it ! Its fun, damn scary and will consume your life for a week - All good fun.
Summary: My primary reason for posting this review is to confirm that it does indeed work with Snow Leopard (in my case, 10.6.6). However, there may be an issue with OpenAL that causes sound FX frequently not to be played, and may cause the game to crash to the menu screen when loading new levels.
Summary: I went to the toilet 3 times in one hour. Also, despite the fact that I have near the bare minimum to run this game (1.5GHz Powerbook, 1 Gig Ram, Radeon 9600) I can get away with activating everything except shadows, on the smallest resolution, and the framerate is usually above 20 fps with very...
Summary: One of the main problems people might have with buying this Doom 3 is the games specs. While apple say that a G4 1.5 GHz will run the game, many other online sites that sell the game recomend a faster processor. At the moment I am running Doom 3 on a PowerBook (1.5GHz) with a Gig of ram.