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Doom 3: BFG Edition Review | Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt writes:

"As a console game, Doom 3: BFG Edition makes perfect sense. Not only does it come complete with the seminal Doom and Doom II, expansion pack Resurrection of Evil and the newly-released Lost Mission, but it updates Doom 3 in the process, providing console gamers with a release more akin to its PC brethren than that of the downgraded Xbox port. Look at it purely as a PC release, however, and it can only be described as superfluous at the very least. A misguided venture that will do little to help relieve a dwindling reputation for id Software and their original fanbase." (Doom 3 BFG Edition, PC) 2/10

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