Doom 3

Doom 3

  • Publisher
    Aspyr Media
  • Developer
    id Software
  • Release date
    3 Aug 2004

A significant hostile by the evil spirits overpowers the Union Aerospace Corporation's (UAC) examine office on Mars and leaves turmoil and ghastliness on an uncommon scale. As one of only a handful hardly any survivors, you'll need to battle your way through a lot of hardship and kill swarms of evil beasts. The path is dull and risky, however you have a rich determination of weapons - a gun, cutting tool, projectiles, and that's only the tip of the iceberg - for your assurance.

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AGM score 89%
IGN 8.9
xfire
e3 2004
online
game critics awards
health
first person shooter
death
explosion
deathmatch
bink video
crouching
wasd movement
cutscene
melee
crosshair
real-time combat
in-game map editor
reloading
respawn
hit points
leaderboard
suicide
mod support
griefing
camping
kill to death ratio
kill stealing
dedicated servers
hitbox
camouflage
strafing
team killing
anti-cheat system
hit marker
e3 2002
polygonal 3d
gravity
achievements
mad scientist
digital distribution
power up
flying enemies
touch controls
xbox live
steam cloud
credits menu option
shark
steam
gamersgate
slow-motion
unlockables
enemies on cover art
swarming enemies
enemy health indicator
regenerating health
unity engine
revenge
horde mode
damage flash
exploding vehicles
xbox 360 backwards compatibility
snow
playstation trophies
time limit
the locked door
stereoscopic 3d
turn-based
doctor
radiation
customizable characters
game reference
recruitable characters
self-referential humor
death description
voice acting
greatest hits
e3 2003
artillery
non-player character
stat tracking
rocket artillery
goomba
gloves
bulbasaur
glitch
first-person perspective
vehicle customization
linear gameplay
exploration
darkness
boss fight
bosses
jump
heads up display
final boss
multi-phase boss
minimap
isolation
ghosts
portals
dungeon crawling
easter egg
teleportation
silent protagonist
swimming
transformations
top-down perspective
human
cooperative play
ice stage
escort mission
limited light source
low health warning
recurring boss
animal cruelty
fast travel
another world
logo box art
playstation network
playstation mobile
loading screens
muzzle flash
gibs
horse
hunting
breath meter
meme origin
searching corpses
banker
apocalypse
artificial intelligence
dreams
bats
transforming boss
evil laugh
hallucination
quick time event
flashback
psychotherapy
armageddon
underwater gameplay
difficulty level
xbox one backwards compatibility
alternate costumes
rpg elements
exploding barrel
creature compendium
dog
checkpoints
ice
functional mirrors
zoom
unlockable difficulty level
difficulty achievement
high definition graphics
voice chat
phong shading
collector's edition
headshot
exploding gas tanks
monks
decontamination
television newscast
falling sequence
experiments gone awry
water level
gaping person on cover art
boss assistance
circle-strafing
blood
retail games with steam activation
first person melee
interactive environments
dolby digital
bandit
reversible cover art
e3 2012
slip cover packaging
suspicious generosity
flat shading
novint falcon support
pc to console port
user generated content
gamescom 2012
multiplayer lan
spectating
screen splatter
instant replay
team-up attacks
inside a living creature
one-man army
baldness
ultimate weapon
quicksaving
loading screen advice
robbery
destructible cover
team deathmatch
light up crosshair
body armor
burning
multiple discs
censored version
car chase
profanity
guided by radio
interrogation
pax prime 2012
space marine
audio logs
the future
invisibility
journalist
monster closet
defenestration
steelbook
extinction
metagame
operation clusterfuck
online multiplayer achievements
aural characters
theme song
corporation
color separation
infinite ammo
chapters
bizarre weapons
splash damage
monster infighting
developer console
blood trails
demonic infants
non-specific ammo
bald space marine
plasma
corridor crawler
franchise reboot
multiplayer party system
fireworks
commando
united states army
ghost ship
demon invasion
imp
expendable npc
southpaw
new guy
arachnoid
survival
marriage
camera control
alternate fire
super soldier
computer virus
opengl
gadgets
jump scare moment
flickering light
spray and pray
heavy metal
survival horror
loud ambient noises
starter weapon
code writing
unbreakable glass
snakes
bull
native american
last of its kind
hedgehog
hariyama
krookodile
gligar
trade
ensnaring
armor points
zombie cyborg
respawn time
tower defense
word games
satanism
bfg9000
spectre
cacodemon
lost soul
shotgun guy
baron of hell
pinky
cyberdemon
union aerospace corporation
subscript or superscript in the title
tigers
strafe-jumping
walls covered with organic tissue
walrus
turning into bones
weaponized musical instruments
quickloading
shareware
body disintegration
revenant
mancubus
hell knight
donkey
seahorse
id tech 4
arch-vile
mirrormonster
quakecon
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About Doom 3

Doom 3 is released by Aspyr Media in 3 Aug 2004. The game is designed by id Software. Doom 3 is a typical representative of the Shooter genre. Playing Doom 3 is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Shooter, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Doom 3 will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Doom 3: BFG Edition - Análisis

Author: Gustavo Maeso
Date: 2020-07-30 23:54:53
We analyzed the definitive version of one of the greatest games of all time: Doom 3: BFG Edition, which finally arrives on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Eight years later, and without being expected, Doom 3: BFG seems to arrive at the right time. It's the best-looking version of Doom 3 we've seen on consoles, and it includes the Resurrection of Evil expansion, a fairly robust 8-tier mini-campaign, in addition to Doom 1 and 2 with most of their corresponding expansions. Although some elements seem somewhat rusty, and their appearance and mechanics have that somewhat dated touch, the quality of the game itself shines in a way that will make fans of the saga enjoy. Doom 3 makes you the new signing in a civilian investigation that is taking place on Mars, where the Union Aerospace Corporation has begun investigating artifacts extracted from an archaeological site. Everyone who has ever seen a b-series movie will already know that things are going to get complicated very quickly, and hell is about to break loose - figuratively and literally - over the city.

More than a few games take us to a world about to collapse, but few do it as convincingly as Doom 3 . Corporate propaganda disguised as public service announcements vomits their verbiage from information points, while stressed workers callus on their respective platforms. If you feel like it, you can get down to business shooting everything that moves without stopping or taking a breath, but it is worth taking time to read the letters, listen to the audio-logs and soak up the atmosphere that will make you believe that it really is. you are on mars. Doom 3 uses this great setting to get fully into the action and make you feel that you really are part of that terrifying madness.

The clever (albeit slightly aggressive) lighting helps create that atmosphere, giving the complex a sterilized and cold environment before and after the inevitable demonic invasion, helping us to believe that the macabre horror movie going on before our eyes it is real. Despite not being technically impressive by today's standards, such lighting is applied in a very artistic way, elevating the simple appearance of a monster to one of those moments that, if we had them in hand, would have made us spill popcorn. a start, as if we were playing the first Resident Evil.

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