Reviews and Problems with Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil
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Conclusion: Let’s face it: there’s only so much you can do with a simple Xbox 360 controller. I think EALA has really taken advantage of the peripheral in question, and has also tweaked the gameplay enough so that micromanagement is less of a need.
Conclusion: While maybe not thirty dollars in terms of the multiplayer aspect, id and Nerve put enough forethought and hard work into DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil to deserve a purchase from the FPS crowd.
Conclusion: or not, this extension is a worthwhile endeavor all its own. The single player experience may prove to be a little too linear at times, but the inclusion of some nifty weapons helps things along.
Excerpt: Doom 3, both on PC and Xbox fared well in sales and oddly in critical acclaim. Of course, we gave it its due justice. Resurrection of Evil, the standalone expansion for the PC, was developed by Nerve who proved they could make a more interesting version of id's own game.