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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 1035d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Doom 3: BFG Edition

One Hit Pixel: "Released in 2004, Doom 3 was the long-awaited return to the classic franchise after id Software departed to the world of Quake. What we were expecting was a more action orientated shooter with monsters and hellish landscapes. What we got was a huge, frightening horror title that encapsulated the original intent for the series. Needless to say, it was as much a hit as the prior titles, but id Software went dark not long thereafter. Doom 4 is in production, but that hasn’t stopped them from re-releasing the series in one box to whet your appetite. Doom 3: BFG Edition comes with enhanced visuals and brand new content just to keep things a little fresh, but should you venture back into hell?" (Doom 3 BFG Edition, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) C/A+

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