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Doom 3 BFG Edition, a re-mastered and expanded version of Doom 3, will be released for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this autumn. The new version includes the original Doom and Doom 2, Resurrection of Evil plus The Lost Mission, a never-before-seen single-player story for Doom 3 spread over seven fresh levels. Re-mastered graphics, support for 3D and head-mounted displays, 5.1 surround sound, improved rendering and lighting will also feature.

There's also a new checkpoint save system for "smoother progression" through the game, plus an armour-mounted flashlight, allowing players to illuminate dark corners and kill enemies at the same time.

Doom 4 is coming? hope so!

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I bet you their just going to port the PC version over to console. At least thats what it sounds like to me, They already have an HD Doom 3 available(PC), slap on a few missions and its set for retail.

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Hmm I'd like to try the PC one.. but OMG ROTFL LMFAO Unreal you got them pegged.

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for a remake the graphics are really bad :/ some polygons added to the characters + bonus level and yeah.. that's BFG Edition

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for a remake the graphics are really bad :/ some polygons added to the characters + bonus level and yeah.. that's BFG Edition

Got any footage or pics, we would love to see what you mean. They did act like its almost a new game. So if its that bad it would help others decide if they were going to get it.

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Already played...terriffic good :D ...the graphics are good, not the best but...what the hell...still a nice shooter game. The new missions are pretty cool, there are much much demons and a new weapon: double barrel shotgun...fucking great ;) But, there are a bug in the opengl library...is a shame but still playable


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just noticed improvement over the original doom 3

I almost had to be stopped as it was


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I was even then a Doom fan of the series, why should it change now? :)

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