Summary: Wasn't very impressed with the game as I watched my brother play it (growing up with six kids in the family, we learned to like just watching video games played). I was, however, amazed and felt the rush when I actually starting playing the game myself. Great job. Love the first and second; this one fits right in.
Summary: The game is a good first person shooter, but not the best out there. The main reason I bought it is because it has the original doom and doom 2 and the master levels which I think are way fun.
Summary: If you liked Doom 3 (or any of the Doom games for that matter), you'll probably enjoy this. The game gives the classic "creepy" feeling, leaving the player with the paranoid, heart-in-throat feeling that something's juuust around that corner. Though the game could've been longer, this already was an expansion on an already pretty decent length game, not a sequel. It's a good excuse to take a chainsaw to a zombie marine or double-barrel shotgun to a demon.
Summary: Game works flawlessly as an emulated Xbox game on the Xbox 360 console. The graphics are not as sharp as the PC version of the game or any of the newer Xbox 360 Doom 3 engine games like Quake IV and Prey. I noticed that some of the early levels are cut down versions of the PC versions of those levels.
Summary: This game cd has many features where, instead of playing just the doom 3 main game, there is also option of playing the classics like doom with the 3 neat episodes that used to be for the computer, an added episode I think from final doom, and all of doom 2. The neatest part of this feature is that you can have up to 4 players on 1 screen.
Summary: This was the first title in the first person shooter genre that I actually finished from start to end. My previous experience has been in arcade style gaming and rpgs. I had nightmares over this game! It did everything it was designed to accomplish. The graphics were intense, expecially when played in a dimly lit room in the middle of the night. I had to catch myself from playing too much. The "I will stop after one more door" syndrome.
Summary: Its a good game playing it by yourself but it needs a bit more better gameplay. the rest is sweet. good graphics, i like the zombies or monsters that they created. they are really realistic looking although now its not so great since ive seen what the xbox 360 can pull off. but otherwise i would recommend this game if u just like to sit down and enjoy a game. if u are an online gamer i wouldnt recommend this since no one really plays this anymore.
Summary: First off, I liked Doom 3 (so hold off on the pitch forks and torches). The graphics are great no doubt, the gameplay is solid, very true, but as I've said earlier, it's just too damn dark. Not only is it dark, but its claustrophobic and repetitive in map layout. Some would argue that it's those two qualities that make this game good, but I say it's just too annoying, almost a cheap way out from a developers point of view, kinda like the use of Fog.
Summary: I think that this is an amazing game. The Main Campaign for Doom 3 is sweet. It is a very good thrill that will scare you many times over. My one dissapointement is that you can't play co-op for the regular campaign on one xbox. Kinda stupid to me. But other than that this game is an amazing game and I recommend it to everyone except to little kids obviously (due to blood and gore).
Summary: If you have a properly setup surround sound system, a room that you can darken, and a big enough TV (or sit REAL close), and you allow yourself to be drawn into the game, it'll freak you out. I'm not going to spoil the story, but here's basically the game play: Enter room, arm weapon, wait for monsters to jump out of the shadows, shoot them, proceed to next room, repeat.