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DOOM³: Resurrection of Evil (Linux)

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Description

In this expansion pack for DOOM³, return to the devastated facilities on Mars (where the unexplained disaster took place two years prior) to find a beacon buried in the ruins. There are new enemies, weapons, locations and puzzles - and multiplayer for up to 8 players.

The Xbox version introduces new multiplayer maps for up to four players with various modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Last Man Standing and Tournament, via System Link or Xbox Live. It also contains classic DOOM content: Ultimate DOOM, DOOM II and the DOOM's Master Levels version. You can play those in single player, cooperative or with deathmatch for up to 4 players on a split screen.

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Alternate Titles

  • "毁灭战士3:邪恶复苏" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil" -- Alternative spelling

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Trivia

German index

On May 31, 2005, DOOM³: Resurrection of Evil was put on the infamous German index by the BPjM. More information can be found in the game group.

Grabber

The game has taken a lot of flak because of one of its weapons: the grabber, which people claim is just a stupid copy of Half-Life 2's gravity gun. id Software has countered this by saying that the grabber was in DOOM³ long before Half-Life 2, but wasn't released in the original due to bugs. id Software also claims that the grabber was instrumental in designing DOOM³'s levels. The level designers would do a pristine laboratory, use the grabber to smash things up a bit, and save it as a whole new level, thus giving the game's levels a more "rugged" feel.

References

The Bruiser's television screen in place of its mouth, with the image of a mouth projected on it, might be a reference to Cain from the movie Robocop 2.

Information also contributed by Medicine Man and Xoleras

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Iggi (4315) added DOOM³: Resurrection of Evil (Linux) on Jul 27, 2005
Other platforms contributed by James Reed (88) and Jeanne (75634)