May not work on your system, and you need a STEAM account
Brian Sweeney, Amazon
5 November 2015
Summary: Will not work with all computers. Also requires establishing a STEAM account. After 3-hours of downloads, updates, and registration, the game will not load initially on many computers. I found this out after the fact, but it is well documented on-line.
Summary: An excellent collection if you are a fan of DOOM in any way. Everything comes packaged on a single DVD with a single product key. The DVD itself includes DOOM, DOOM II (oldies but goodies), DOOM III, the DOOM III: Resurrection of Evil (short expansion) plus 8 additional missions not originally...
Summary: Too bad it has to run thru Steam. Doesn't allow access to console; considers it cheating. Bought this because my Doom 3 disk has gotten tired and thought the 'improvements' would be fun, but they generally aren't. Steam is more of a pain than it is worth for single-player stuff.
Summary: As an older gamer in my forties I played Doom starting on my old 386-25 PC and have progressed to a new rig capable of running current games. The graphics are great and if you play at night with headphones on and the lights off it will scare you often and keep the heart rate up.
Summary: No long review needed. If you loved Doom 3 you'll love what they did with the remastered version. Looks, runs really nice. Brighter, more vivid. The bonus missions are great too. Just make sure you're pc's up to spec. Now, if somebody would do something with Half Life...hmmm
Summary: I am only partially through with the game. It is more startling and cerebral than it's predecessors. I never played the original Doom 3 so i can't honestly compare though i am told that the graphics are enhanced from the original. Good price and plenty of entertainment from a fan of the originals.
Summary: Have neither the skill nor the time to play current games, but Doom & Doom 2 are relics from the days when I could play the games. I kept an old Windows XP computer for many years just so I could play them. This edition is faithful to the Windows 95 version except that cheat codes no longer work.
Summary: I was happy to see that all of the Doom games were being brought over to the next generation of gaming. There have been a few tweaks here and there for this reboot of a game, some making the thrills cheaper and others making it more convenient to play through.
Summary: I ordered this with the expectation that I would be taken back to the old PC gamer days. I expected blocky graphics and the mediocre sound. It met my expectations and I was thrill. Just as I remembered DOOM. Was awesome to have one, two, and three in one place at such a low price.