Summary: Mention DOOM 3 to most fans, and the common (disparaging) response will be, "Monster Closets." Earning criticism for its jump scares, lack of charisma, and stylistic departure from previous DOOM titles, DOOM 3 has not aged well in the eyes of most fans. This particular fan, however, disagrees with consensus.
Conclusion: Bien que le jeu s'appelle Doom 3 : BFG Edition, l'éditeur a eu la bonne idée d'y inclure Doom et Doom 2, les deux monuments du FPS des années 90. Il sera donc question d'y jouer en solo, mais aussi en multijoueur jusqu'à quatre ( mais que dans les versions console, incompréhensible ! ). Il sera donc question de (re)vivre les progressions sur Phobos et Deimos comme à l'époque, avec tous les secrets à découvrir et, cette fois-ci, des Trophées / Succès à débloquer.
Pros: Doom, Doom II et Doom 3 réunis, Bonne ambiance, Multijoueur (que sur consoles !), L'extension inédite Lost Mission...
Cons: ... finalement très courte et peu intéressante, Sauvegardes automatiques qui interrompent le jeu, Aucune réelle amélioration graphique
Excerpt: Let’s get this out of the way: I was a big fan of the original 2004 release of DOOM 3. I was a big apologist, too. I’ve mellowed out about how much vim and vigour I put into my ‘DOOM Defence’ and I’ve come to accept that, perhaps, it wasn’t
Excerpt: was one of my favorite games when I first played it almost eight years ago. It was freaky, challenging, filled with thrills and chills, and was essentially a combination of first-person shooter and survival/horror themes and mechanics. It really worked beautifully and I remember being quite gratified with the whole experience.
Excerpt: I loved this game when it first came out, and was thrilled to see it released for the PS3. id software and Bethesda pulled out all the stops on this revamp, putting out a title packed with extras which looks great and still manages to scare the #$@* out of me! This version of the game is called the BFG edition and packs a whole swath of goodies into a pretty awesome bundle at a great price.
Summary: Another High Definition remake has hit our shelves in the form of Doom 3 BFG, featuring Doom and Doom II as bonuses. Cav shoulders his own BFG and heads down to face the minions of Hell and Nostalgia.
Pros: Three games in one means good value for money. New content included for Doom 3. 3D option for those who can do it.
Cons: Unpolished remake doesn't improve enough. Terrible loading and autosave intrudes on gameplay. Transition between titles is awkward and poorly thought out.