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‘Doom 3: BFG Edition’ Review | GameRant

GameRant writes:

"For many long-time gamers, PC or otherwise, there is one title that sticks out as the breakthrough first-person shooter, and grandfather of an entire genre of video games. id Software‘s Doom redefined the industry in December of 1993, and pushed the limits of what was thought to be possible with a 16mhz processor – a far cry from the multi-core, multi-gigahertz processors that exist today." (Doom 3 BFG Edition, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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