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2010/04/04

Apocalypse Then – Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil

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5 Years of Doom 3: RoE

In 2005, the sole expansion for one of 2004’s best games, Doom 3, was released. It’s name was Resurrection of Evil.

RoE, which was co-developed by id and Nerve Software, was released on PC and Xbox. The PC version was not a stand alone expansion, and needed the original game, Doom 3, to be installed. This wasn’t the case with the Xbox version, which also came with Ultimate Doom, Doom II, and the Doom II Master Levels as extras.

The game featured some new enemies, boss creatures, and weapons. The double-barrelled shotgun made famous in Doom II returned, and the Grabber, a new weapon, features as well, which people claim ripped up the Gravity Gun from Half-Life 2. Although there are claims that the weapon was supposed to appear in Doom 3.

There was also a new playable character this time instead of the marine.

You can pick this game up here for PC or Xbox.


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