While the Doom series is made up of some of the most important games in FPS history, that doesn't necessarily mean they're still fun to play. Times have changed. Games have changed. So how does Doom 3 hold up in 2012? Surprisingly well, according to our playthrough of just released Doom 3 BFG Edition.
Here's a little bit of Adam "Riveter" Rosenberg's Doom 3 BFG Edition review:
Playing Doom 3 in 2012 requires a little bit of unlearning. They just don't make first-person shooters like this anymore. You can't take cover. Your health doesn't regenerate without a Medkit. You can even aim down your weapon's sights. The fact that the newly released HD remake in BFG Edition touts the ability to use a flashlight and shoot at the same time as a major new feature should speak volumes.
Read the rest of our Doom 3 BFG Edition review.