A demonic invasion at Union Aerospace Corporation's Mars Research Facility has left only you and a handful of survivors with the chance to fight your way to safety.
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Cast

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Sergeant Thomas Kelly (voice)
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Jack Campbell (voice)
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Councilor Elliot Swann (voice)
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Computer / Theresa Chazar (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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K. Miller / Additional Voices (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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Dr. Richard Davies / Henry Nelson / Richard Price (voice)
Keith Ferguson ...
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Jay Gordon ...
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E. Grafton / Additional Voices (voice)
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Storyline

You, a normal marine, have just been transferred to a facility on Mars for extra security. Unknown to you, strange things have been going on. Lights constantly flicker, and people claim to have heard voices. Not to mention the constant transfers whenever somebody gets too nosey. But when you are told to find a missing scientist, you also find out what's really going on: a teleportation project, which opens a portal to Hell. Now, with the base overrun by zombies and demons, you must fight your way for survival and attempt to get help...if there's anything left of you TO help... Written by Anonymous

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3 August 2004 (USA)  »

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Doom 3  »

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$14,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The original game design document included a scene where the player traveling through an animal kennel where they would fight zombie monkeys. This is not in the final version of the game. See more »

Goofs

After turning on the air filtration system at Recycling Sector 2, the marine still coughs, when passing by a vent, as if there still would be toxic gases spreading out. See more »

Quotes

Voice: The Devil is real, I know it. I built his cage.
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References Ultimate Doom (1993) See more »

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piece of FPS art - IDs' are animals
8 October 2006 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

I just finished Doom3 and I am STUNNED. It's hard to say a word about. This is a game cannot-be-told, but I try.

The first thing is visuals. Sraightly, it rocks even beside the overrated disappointing (HL2 fans, sorry) sequel of my ever favorite FPS. While the very hyped game looked unreal, dull and dead in medium settings too, the graphics of Doom3 make me see real world like virtual world in low settings in 640x480. The beautiful per-pixel shadowing and plastic/organic materials (somehow feeling the 3dimenzions) look unbelievably good. And I still didn't talk about sound effects, roars, cries, screams etc. So I found Doom3 engine the greatest of our days. Beat it Source.

The next good score is atmosphere. It wasn't scary, but something more. You get little shocks, experiences, pictures and they slowly make you feel Hell gets louse. Demons for nightmares, skulls and corpses (living dead without lower jaw uh) and bloody skeletons, pentagrams on floors on screens, line of candles, creepy noises, evil laughs. Yes, Doom3 is rather creepy, depressing, thrilling, engaging and chill-run-down-spine feeling. Cutscenes are really stylish and Doom3engine makes them like movie. The best is on first level (demo level, no spoilers) and the ending scene.. well, I feel chill run down my spine all the time I see this (don't miss it). So it's gory and hellish. I can offer my psychologist friend for IDs, just if they'd like to:).

Well, this game became my favorite. The only bad score is playing time: it could be just a little more faster. In fact, I found it more exciting and more story-telling than criticizers wrote they had.

Some tips: -ALWAYS hold your fingers on Flashlight(F) and Reload(R) button. The first one is for lighting dark corners because creators can hide bullets, armors and healths very nasty. If you press F again you get your gun back, don't worry. The second one is simple: reload your weapons regularly, never go into a big room with empty magazine and don't shoot to nowhere. Keep some shotgun bullets, they come in handy:). -Quicksave many times (F5) -And watch your back. Good playing and good luck!


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