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Doom 3
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Id Software
  • Release Date:Aug 3, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence)
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Game Description:Distinguishing itself from previous titles, the third game in the series focuses more on an engrossing single player experience. In addition to its frenzied first-person shooter action, it also scares the wits out of players as they tremble down dark corridors filled with gruesome zombies and monsters ready to attack from the shadows. Players have to switch between their weapons and their flash light to survive the horror that Hell has unleashed on Mars. DOOM 3 features realistic physics, 6-channel surround-sound, and real-time dynamic lighting and shadows that create an environment of ever-changing fear and uncertainty. Compete in vicious multiplayer action where light, shadows, and a totally dynamic world can be used to your advantage or peril.
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  • Doom 3 BFG Edition Announced, Includes Seven New Levels

    Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version UPDATE: Just a quick note to add here. Bethesda informs us that the seven new levels comprising The Lost Mission is entirely new content that's been created especially for this remastered edition of the game. This isn't stuff that was left on the cutting room floor back in the early Aughts. Most of...

    Posted May 30, 2012

    Doom 3 BFG Edition Announced, Includes Seven New Levels
  • Doom 3 Source Code To Get Free Release By id Software

    Are you a computer-savvy gaming geek who likes to mess around with code and see what you can cook up? You're going to love this news if so. id Software's John Carmack revealed yesterday during his QuakeCon 2011 keynote that the source code for Doom 3 will soon be available for you to tinker with. The release of the 2004 game's guts will happen...

    Posted August 5, 2011

    Doom 3 Source Code To Get Free Release By id Software
  • Doom Resurrection iPhone Game On-Rails

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Sometime in the next few weeks, two, count ‘em two, Doom games will be released for the iPhone. Last month, id tech god John Carmack confirmed that an iPhone version of his classic FPS would be released this month, complete with polished graphics and WiFi multiplayer support. And if that...

    Posted June 12, 2009

    Doom Resurrection iPhone Game On-Rails
  • Carmack Brings 'Wolfenstein 3D' To iPhone

    id Software's John Carmack, the man who designed the engines for Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, and Quake, has personally overseen the development of Wolfenstein 3D for iPhone, the first project that id has done for the Apple platform. Originally, the intent was for id to do a version of Orcs & Elves, but that didn't pan out. And he was presented...

    Posted March 25, 2009| 5 Comments

    Carmack Brings 'Wolfenstein 3D' To iPhone
  • Doom 3 BFG Edition Announcement Trailer

    Posted: May 30, 2012

    5,419 Views | 01:22

  • 20 Years of id Software - The First in FPS

    Posted: August 16, 2011

    9,940 Views | 04:01

  • X-Play's Top 10 Badass Weapons: Part Two

    Posted: June 18, 2008

    24,274 Views | 02:59 | 17 Comments


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