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Doom 3 Resurrection of Evil - Xbox

4.2 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
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  • Battle six new demons - including the hunters - with new weapons like the double-barrelled shotgun
  • Possess demonic powers to use against the enemy
  • Slow down time to outmaneuver enemies, or harness the force of gravity to control your environment
  • Manipulate objects and use them as weapons or access secret areas
  • Fight in all new 8-player capture the flag arenas

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Platform: Xbox

Product Description

DOOM 3: Resurrection Of Evil extends the terrifying Hell of DOOM 3 - while adding variety and depth to the first-person action experience that is DOOM. Two years following the unexplained disaster on Mars, the UAC returns to the abandoned facilities to investigate a mysterious beacon buried deep in the ruins of the ancient civilization. 8-player multiplayer and jump pads deliver a dynamic multiplayer experience Real-time 5.1 sound, with room acoustics that are accurately modeled

From the Manufacturer

A massive demonic invasion has overwhelmed the Union Aerospace Corporations' (UAC) Mars Research Facility, leaving only chaos and horror in its wake. As one of only a few survivors, you struggle with shock and fear as you fight your way to hell and back in an epic clash against pure evil.

Built on a revolutionary new 3-D graphics engine, Doom III draws you into the most frightening and gripping 3-D gaming experience ever created. Dripping with atmosphere and changing the look of 3-D games forever, Doom III features realistic physics, six-channel surround-sound, and real-time dynamic lighting and shadows that create an environment of ever-changing fear and uncertainty.

Compete in vicious multiplayer action where light, shadows, and a totally dynamic world can be used to your advantage or peril.


  • Battle six new demons including the hunters
  • Fight in all-new eight-player capture-the-flag arenas
  • Wield new weapons including the double-barreled shotgun
  • Possess demonic powers to use against the enemy
  • Control time to defeat the enemy and evade deadly traps
  • Harness the force of gravity to control your environment
  • Battle through the ancient ruins and into the horrifying depths of hell

Product Information

Release date October 5, 2005
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4.2 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
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Doom 3 - RoE is a truly great game. It picks up where Doom 3 left off. In my opinion, this game is better than Doom 3 because the action is faster and there's less talking. You don't have to play through 3 boring levels to get to the real action like you did last time. All of the levels are brand new and more enjoyable this time around. That's right, the levels are more spaced out. Plus, there are several new weapons including the double-barrel shotgun. There's also weapon you get in the first level that you can use to control enemy fire and move stuff around. Kind of neat! There are several new enemies too. I like this game. The action is much more fast-paced. The gameplay is the same as Doom 3, but it's still an awesome game nonetheless. This game also includes PC versions of Ultimate Doom, Doom 2, and Doom 2 Master Levels.
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If you enjoyed Doom 3, then you should enjoy this game. Both of the Doom 3 games are all about heaping on the tension; combining a creepy atmosphere with enemies that like to attack out of dark corners or from behind. It's definitely a different feel from FPS like, say, HALO, and maybe it's not for everyone. But I dug it.

That being said, I do have some complaints about Resurrection of Evil... first off, the game is substantially shorter then Doom 3-it seems that by the time you get the hang of the new weapons, the game is over. This would be no big deal if you were buying it as an expansion to the PC version, but the X Box item is a game unto itself. And it is actually more expensive then Doom 3! On top of this, the game didn't seem to be as polished as Doom 3: there are problems with sound synchronization, blocky visual artifacts and, on more then a few occasions, the frame rate starts choking. I had none of these problems with the first game.

As I said, I liked the game. But the combination of the flaws, the short game, and the price, made it less enjoyable then the first Doom 3.
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First off i would like to say that in my opinion resurection of evil is not better than the other doom3 but is a great add on to the already perfected doom3. This game doesn't lack much except for the fact that the stages are shorter. This i didnt like, if it was just expanded a couple stages more and made longer this game would be perfect. But i think this game is better weapons wise. You get most of your weapons in the first 3 stages, and not like in the other doom3 were you got a gun per stage. :P otherwise this is an exact replica of the other doom3.

But this is cool because you go back to previous stages in the other doom3(portal to hell, hell, teleporting bay, the stage were you fight the first dog demon thingy, and the very first stage of doom3) so its pretty well thought out and loads of fun

Well in this doom3 there are 2 new foes and 2 new weapons to choose from.

-well im not sure what the 2 new enemies are called but there called something.

-The two new weapons are a gravity gun and sarges double barrel shotgun.(which is my favorite weapon) I also think the shotgun is the most affective throughout the game until you get the rocket launcher and the plasma rifle.

But also in this doom 3 you get a pretty cool artafact that gives you skills of destroyed foes. It is like a soul steeler err something.

-well anyways you get 3 skills(but not right away)

1. is where you kill a big teleporting beast, this gives you the power to move at tremendious speeds,everything is slow motion except you!! very cool.

2. is were you kill another huge beast that has a diferent power, this gives you the power of berserker.
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This is the expansion from Doom 3, so naturally it's not going to be the same length. Granted the price tag of thirty-five dollars for an expansion pack is extreme in itself. Honestly, it's ridiculous and should be longer than the average expansion. Unfortunately, after playing this, I don't think the story line should have been shorter. Maybe the production costs exceeded what the developers planned, or someone wants to cash in somewhere. Frankly, I think it was the right length for the story told rather than delving into tedium. But people do have merit in their complaint for such an outrageous price. I recommend waiting until you can get it used for a more reasonable price of twenty dollars (standard expansion price tag these days).

Anyway, on to the actual review. It looks like the developers tried to fix some of the things that people disliked in the first Doom 3 installment. For example the pistol has a flashlight on its end. A smarter move would have been to have a flashlight that attaches to your head, because that would actually make a lot more sense, ah well... at least you can shoot enemies while holding the light this time. The other thing that seems to have changed is that the game is a lot brighter for the most part. This was a huge improvement from the original Doom 3. There are really only two sections of the game where you are plunged into absolute darkness, so it doesn't feel nearly as daunting or annoying. On top of these changes they had two new weapons which were the double barreled shot gun and this other guy that affected gravity. Basically it's like the gravity gun from Half Life 2. Real original... I know. They also have a few more new enemies like the Hunters. I think they were the giant creatures that shot rockets at me at least.
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