Summary: In Doom 3, you play as a nameless, voiceless 22nd-century space marine called by the Union Aerospace Corporation to its Mars research facility, which is beset with mysterious problems. These "problems" are the forces of hell, to be exact. All alone or with an ally in the new co-op mode, you'll end up fighting back legions of hellspawn using weapons like shotguns, machine guns, and rocket launchers.
Pros: Not unlike the Star Wars movies, the latest incarnation of the Doom series is surely what the designers were dreaming of when they came up with the original. Killer graphics and sound capabilities (providing your system can match them), heart-stopping sur
Cons: Crank up the brightness setting, because you're going to need it. This game is dark as hell (no pun intended). Of course it's all part of the intended atmosphere, but you can't help but wonder if they went too far. Also, since the game is really a polishe
Pros: The graphic is simply the best. If played on “Ultra-High” resolution it can be mistaken for a movie sometimes. But it comes with a price – you must have high-end hardware for playing it the way it’s been designed to play. Some say it’s dark. It is. Howev
Cons: However, focusing on fantastic graphics ID Soft missed one thing – game play. After two-three levels it gets very reparative and predictable. Step forward; hear the notice; step back; shoot; repeat. It’s similar in every FPS however Doom 3 is way too line
Pros: the graphics are jaw dropping, when you get to the later lvl's in hell you'll be glad you paid so much for what you bought, the sound is awsome it suports 5.1 surround,the atmosphere of the game rocks, mods can be done for it, this game takes me back to t
Cons: people have been saying the AI is crap but i would have it no other way, it reminds me of the first Doom which this is a remake of that, i miss the midi music for each lvl that was one of my favorite things about doom, missing monsters such as spider mast