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(Low play time due to Steam version, played and beat this game several times on my old disc). Ah... the nostalgia, I remember I had to put new specs into my old PC just to be able to play this game when I had my old junker, well... my current PC is junk too but hell, It works. I've played DOOM and DOOM 2 relentlessley back on DOS and sometimes even on emulators when I get bored. anywho back to the subject of DOOM 3. DOOM 3 in all of it's glory is based on Mars in the year 2145, around November I believe, you're a FNG that arrives onto the station, being pressented with a beautiful environment in my opinion(The game is from 2004). As you take ytour first steps up the stairs and down the hall, you hear a man say "I've gotta get out of here...", as you proceed to your Bio-Scan. After your Bio-Scan you go and meet the management and get a warm-ish "Welcome to Mars, Marine". After a short cutscene you resume the game and go down the hallways near the bathroom where I man named T. Washington is likely to come out and greet you. You continue into the kitchen and see a worker, and two soldiers whom greet you, callIng you a newbie in the process, afterwards they say "Come back and have a drink when you have some spare time". You can stay here and pick up the PDA of Adam Berneche off of the counter, or go and play super Turbo Turkey Puncher 3, a parody arcade game in the Doom Universe, as you continue out of the kitchen and through the corridors of the Union Aerospace Corporation's hallways you'll lIkely get the feeling that sh*t's about to go down. You are greeted by another marine who raises his left arm and tells you that Sergeant Kelly wants to see you asap, you follow his directions but get distracted by a door and are coaxed into entering where you find the armory, containing a video disc, and a prototype plasma gun that the UAC is working on (Which you get to use further in the game). You leave the room and go see the Sarge, after a brief cutscene, you leave the room and follow a robot to a door back the way you came, there's a cabinet there on the right next to the elevator that is locked with the code "396" which is mentioned in Adam Berneche's audio log in his PDA. You get into the elevator and continue, after you exit you're greeted by marine security that says "Welcome to the dungeon, Marine, the most unexciting place on Mars." He say's he's going to give you armor and a security pistol before he can pass you through, you grab your gear and he performs a radio test that succeeds, you continue further into the level and are tempted to shoot every civillian around you just for the hell of it, two of which are carrying a PDA. You keep on moving through the level until you're at an airlock, you go through to the other sie as fast as you can so you don't die from deprivation of oxygen, You are now in a somewhat creepier, darker building. You get into a nother elevator when Sergeant Kelly radios you telling to hurry and get the scientist to get your ♥♥♥ back to Mars City, after you exit you enter one last room, where you're presented with a cutscene of you and an Asian scientist who says "Wha-.? NO, no please! I must get this communication out! They have to be warned while there is still time! You don't understand!... The Devil is real.. I know... I built his cage..", after he says so you see on the security monitors that something goes wrong with a teleporter and Hell's demons and forces begin to break loose and enter through it, flooding into Mars City and everywhere elso on the base as fast as possible, the Scientist is posessed by a spirit and tries to kill you. You shoot him and you hear footsteps at the door you came in. You reload your trusty pistol and get ready for a fight unlike any other....
Pros+(This is the vanilla game by the way, no BFG edition, BFG edition has achievements, remade graphics, etc.)
Great graphics, even to this day.(D3 was released in 2004)
You can run it on a potato
Unique, and extremely well designed enemies and introduction cutscenes to them, all of which get your heart pounding
Good jumpscares, believe it or not....
Solid sound design with ambient noises that will startle you
Easy to mod the game
Good Resurrection of Evil expansion pack
Solid story and great ending
Boring corridors alot of the time
Lack of enemies where they're needed, and sometimes in completely ridiculous or in completely unnecessary spots
No old Doomguy >:(
You rely on the shotgun almost the entire game
Extremely DEAD multiplayer, even more dead than AVP is.
I'd give the single player a 8/10 and the multiplayer a 5/10. Even with the community if there still was one....
Anywho, the reason this review is so long is because I love hearing the click of my Mechanical Keyoard :P.