Doom is probably one of the most influential titles in gaming history. Released in 1993, it quickly spread across thousands of computers, and has been regarded as an iconic title not just for its graphics, but also for its gory content and quite satanic
With the release of Doom 3 BFG Edition, id Software has gone back to the first-ever full 3D title and given it a makeover for the current-gen consoles and PC, including the expansion Resurrection of Evil and a new single player expansion pack called The Lost Mission.
With a torch in one hand and the will to push on into the dark atmosphere of Mars City, our reviewer Dylan Burns ventured into the depths of hell to let us know what he thought about the new edition.
If you’re a Doom-a-holic, you’ll already own the previous games and expansions but will likely be keen on this in order to blast through and gain achievements/trophies. While the gameplay and design does seem surprisingly archaic for a recent-ish game, there is enjoyment to be had in the mindless domination of brain-dead demonic hordes.Read on for more of the review.