The best compilation, and remake of the Doom franchise to date.
Sgt. Solomon, Amazon
4 December 2014
Summary: Truly a perfect collection of games on one disc. After all these years, Doom that revolutionized the FPS gaming industry still stands tall after all these years. This includes Doom Classic, Doom 2, Doom 2 lost levels, and remastered version of Doom 3. I remember playing Doom so many years ago on PC, then SNES, then PS1, then Doom 3 on the Xbox, and now this on PS3. It never gets old, and there is so many levels that offer so much replay value.
Summary: I hadn't played Doom in years. It was one of the first "First Person Shooters" that I ever played and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Now having Doom on my Play Station along with Doom 2 and 3, life is good.
Includes all 3 games and dlc what more do you want
7 September 2014
Summary: This edition of doom is amazing not only does it come with the 3 games it also has the dlc included which is nice considering many other games always require you to do so. Its not scary it just has its jump scares now and then but this game is really awesome recommend it for every doom fan. Oh and it fixed the flashlight problem with the original game.
Summary: My experience with Doom 3 was a frustrating one, to say the least - it just wasn't very fun. And I'm not really sure what Bethesda's definition of "remastered" is, but the game didn't look that much different from the original Doom 3. One pro is that you could have your flashlight and weapon out at the same time, so hats off to Bethesda for that. On the other hand, I love the original Doom series, so those were excellent.
Summary: Doom 3 BFG edition is not strictly a great game, but it at least reaches a level of decency, in my eyes. The game is not merely Doom 3, but also includes the original and Doom 2, which are great games on their own. Doom 3 is not necessarily fantastic, but it's a fun corridor shooter that I recalled playing several years ago on the original Xbox.