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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Dr. Richard Davies / Henry Nelson / Richard Price (voice)
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Jay Gordon ...
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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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The PDA audio logs closely resemble the format, tone, and pacing of the audiotape Ash listens to in Evil Dead II (1987). See more »

Goofs

Mars's gravity is only 45% as strong as Earth's gravity, yet the Marine when outside of com-pressurized buildings walking on Mars's surface, is still walking on the ground as if there is no difference in strength of gravity See more »

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Betruger: Destroy him!
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Version of DOOM 3: BFG Edition (2012) See more »

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Not like the first games, but still OK.
2 July 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

I am a fan of Doom games since childhood and I still can't get enough of good old Doom and Doom 2 from 1992. The fact is that those games were a new, pretty big step in video games generally, especially in first person shooters. And I still think that the first Doom games are better, and I am not nostalgic. Now, Doom 3, which was released in 2004... it is one cool game. I got nothing against it, just for you to know, I liked it very much, because of course you can't argue with graphics, the new ones are better. Now, the previous games had a small, simple, but good plot, while Doom 3 has a more complex plot, but it is filled through a big escape/fight action in the game. Maybe that is one of the things that I don't like, the Doom guy here, he is just running away, to escape from mars, while the first one is going from base to base to clean them from the monstrous, demon-like aliens. Here you just fight your way out.

Previous games had no characters, except the Doom guy, here we got characters, but they are poorly developed, they are there just to increase the plot, nothing more. There's no too much emotions from them. So it's just escape plot from mars, you could easily called it Doom 3 - The Escape from Mars or something like that... OK, now graphics are awesome, action is good, atmosphere, combined with music is more than brilliant and that's the best thing here, you got more weapons now, and you need to use them wisely. The enemies are the same from previous games, only changed, or upgraded with computer animation.

Now, there are only few things that makes references to the real game, there is one level that quite like the old game, it was cool... but still not that attractive like the old ones. I'm going to be honest with you, in old games, with their cube like graphics, those levels were pretty cool, more artistic. Here is just a large base on mars... with less of that demonic interior, that good old decoration that gives you a notice that something is definitely wrong, while here, the atmosphere tells you that something is wrong. So, level designs in Doom 3 sucks... because they all look same. Overall, the game still gives you a good fun and I am expecting a sequel.


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