Doom

Dusk Review

Essentially the passion project of one developer (David Szymanski) and his small team of compatriots, Dusk recreates the look, sound and playstyle of classic Build engine games. It would be unfair to say it does so with clinical precision, because that would deny the passion and enthusiasm that is clear in every low-poly frame.

Dusk Review

Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pack Review

Individually, the three tables on offer in the Bethesda Pinball Pack are all entertaining, with DOOM easily topping the pack with sheer attitude and atmosphere. Together as a pack, these tables represent the strongest outing of pinball that Zen has had since the Ball of Glory pack earlier this year, with this one coming in higher overall because there’s no American Dad table holding it back.

Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pack Review

Syndrome

Perhaps this game will find an audience with a crowd that loves how punishing it is and doesn't really care what else Syndrome has to offer. If you don't think that you would be part of that audience, however, then Syndrome is a game that you should probably avoid.

Syndrome
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DOOM 3: Resurrection Of Evil

If you’re expecting a new Doom experience in this game, you will be very disappointed, as it’s pretty much the same, save for the additions mentioned earlier. but for those that enjoyed Doom 3 and want more of the same, then Resurrection of Evil is a great pick for you. It features the same stellar gameplay and single player experience, but again just don’t expect much on Xbox Live.

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DOOM 3: Resurrection Of Evil

Doom 3

Is Doom 3 worth the purchase? Well my answer to that is yes; if you are a fan of the series and do not already own the PC version. The game holds the same beautiful graphics and has the Doom style down to a science. I enjoyed playing Doom 3 especially in co-op and if you were in the market for a FPS I would say this game would make for a good purchase.

Doom 3