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WindowsGame Chronicles (Apr 04, 2005)
This is one expansion pack that actually rises above the original core game. It’s not as long as the original, but you will enjoy every last second from opening movie to closing credits, then you can take a short break before heading online for some of the best multiplayer in recent PC history. It’s quite simple really – if you own the original then you are destined, nay, “doomed” to purchase the expansion pack.
XboxGamePlasma (Nov 19, 2005)
Ok when I played this game I nearly dirtied my pants. The gameplay blew me away. From the very start it teaches you everything that you need to know. Crouch, shoot, move, etc were very easy. The control sensitivity at first was sluggish so I had to move it from a 5 to a 7 (ultimate killing speed for any online game) and I kicked every demon I came across from then on. When you get other guns like the grabber, chain gun, shotgun, etc. you can make a shortcut for them on the D-pad as well. This really helps especially when there are swarms of many different demons coming at you. The gameplay also uses some sort of strategy when you are running down the hallway looking for things to shoot. The demons who throw fireballs at you, you can use the gravity gun to grab the fireball, turn the fireball around, and shoot it back at them.
WindowsGame Vortex (May 23, 2005)
If you liked Doom 3, you’ll like the expansion. If you’re looking for a deeper experience, check out Half-Life 2 or wait for the expansion. Resurrection of Evil is about as good as an expansion can get and delivers a great-looking, and fun, shooter.
WindowsGameZone (Apr 05, 2005)
Resurrection of Evil does not have the most original of storylines, to be sure. It is a serviceable plot that merely takes the concept from Doom 3, twists it slightly, adds some new elements and sends it out again. Is that a problem? Not in the least. The game is about taking up a weapon and blowing the minions of hell into tiny bits. Of course, what fun would that be unless they popped up at you from various areas and scared the pants off you. And that is another element that RoE handles very well. Its base game was an edge-of-the-seat thrill ride and RoE carries that aspect very well.
All in all, I was impressed with DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil. Many of the things players have complained about have been changed. The satisfying single player game and many additions to the multiplayer mode make this feel more like DOOM 3 "should have" been when it was released last August. The price tag is a little high for my tastes, but I still can wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone who enjoyed DOOM 3.
In all, Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil is a great game, just as scary as its predecessor. It is lengthy enough to count as a full game, and with the extra content and new levels, this game delivers on all gaming fronts. The graphics are identical to its forebear, and if you disregard the choppiness in the cut scenes, this game will bring a soft tear of joy to us hard core demon lovers.
WindowsShooterplanet (May 11, 2005)
Etwa zwölf Stunden werdet Ihr brauchen um die Höllenmonster erneut ins Reich des Bösen zu verbannen. Für ein Add-On eine recht lange Spielzeit. Leider wird in dieser Zeit wenig Neues geboten. Wer also gerne in klaustrophobisch engen Gängen wandelt und nach DOOM 3 immer noch nicht genug von Schock-Effekten und Höllenmonster hat, sollte sich diesen Erweiterungspack besorgen. Auch Multiplayer-Freunde werden vom erweiterten Angebot positiv überrascht sein.
XboxGame Chronicles (Oct 14, 2005)
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Mars, id Software unleashes a new evil upon the planet in Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil. What was an expansion on the PC is now a standalone release on the Xbox, which hopefully might pique the interest of gamers who never even played the original Doom 3.
XboxDarkZero (Oct 30, 2005)
A worthy addition to the Doom series, this expansion pack continues the game’s story nicely, the addition of the classic games gives you a nice chunk of nostalgia for you to get your teeth into. The multiplayer is sadly lacking though, making this mainly a game for the solitary gamer, but if you love your Doom you can’t really go wrong, especially not at the budget price of twenty quid.
WindowsSoftpedia (Apr 18, 2005)
Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil is an interesting sequel for those who appreciated the original game, and for those who didn't have the opportunity, it can be an extra reason to it. If Doom 3: Resurection of Evil was intended just as a continuation of the story, then it has achieved its purpose, otherwise ... the producers have a lot to work.
XboxTeamXbox (Oct 07, 2005)
While maybe not thirty dollars in terms of the multiplayer aspect, id and Nerve put enough forethought and hard work into DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil to deserve a purchase from the FPS crowd. If you’re new to the series, I’d recommend picking up a used copy of the collector’s edition of DOOM 3 first before getting cozy with DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil. Not only does this latest DOOM title resurrect pure evil, it also resurrects one of the finest FPS Campaign modes you will currently find in the gaming world.
XboxGame Informer Magazine (Jan, 2006)
The multiplayer mode isn't much to speak of, but does offer some classic deathmatching. In short, if you liked the Xbox version of Doom 3, then you'll definitely want to head back to Hell for another visit.
WindowsGameSpot (Apr 04, 2005)
Resurrection of Evil does a good job of reprising the straight-ahead shooting of Doom 3, and the new additions help to add a little depth to what was admittedly a pretty basic action game. The expansion's not incredibly long, so a dedicated player can blow through it in eight to 10 hours. However, its action is solid and entertaining throughout, without ever feeling like a chore. When it comes down to it, anyone who enjoyed Doom 3 should have an equally good time playing through its first expansion.
XboxNext Level Gaming (Oct 06, 2005)
When Doom 3 was bring developed for the Xbox, iD software was busy working on an expansion pack for the already released PC version. Which brings up an interesting question. iD told me once that John Carmack designed Doom 3 he had the specs for the Xbox in mind (wink wink). So why is it that a PC version comes out first, then it takes a few months for the Xbox versions to follow? Anyway, iD and Activision decided to port the expansion pack to the Xbox. And so today Activision released Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil. With the help of Nerve software, Xbox owners wondering when they were going to get a chance to play the expansion pack will have their chance.
84 (May 04, 2005)
Doom 3 war vielleicht nur technisch ein Meilenstein, aber trotz des simplen Gameplays und der sich abnutzenden Schockeffekte hat mir der Trip zum Mars damals Spaß gemacht – kein Wunder also, dass ich mich begierig auf das Add-On gestürzt habe. Dieses bietet im Großen und Ganzen das, was schon das Hauptprogramm bieten konnte, kurzweilige, actionreiche Shooter-Kost in atemberaubender Kulisse. Wenn ich bei Dunkelheit und lauter Surround-Anlage durch die blutverschmierten Korridore laufe, kommt Spannung auf, egal ob dabei das Hirn gefordert wird oder nicht. Durch die kurze Spielzeit und die kleinen Neuerungen rücken die Schwächen des Originals zudem ein wenig in den Hintergrund.
WindowsGameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands) (Apr 06, 2005)
Als je na het beëindigen van Doom 3 nog zin had in meer, dan zal je dit zeker vinden in Resurrection of Evil. Het behoudt alle elementen uit het originele game en voegt daar wat broodnodige variatie en extra wapentuig aan toe.
WindowsIGN (Apr 04, 2005)
Now that the bloom is off the rose, Doom 3's garden doesn't look quite so lush. The levels in RoE are generally better and more varied than what we saw in Doom 3, and there's plenty of them to go around. If the rather basic AI and constant traps and monster closets didn't bother you much in Doom 3, you'll probably get a kick out of RoE, although I don't expect most people to be willing to pony up 35 bones. I would recommend getting it on sale or waiting until the price goes down. While RoE provides much more interesting and tactically useful environments, it still doesn't quite offer the challenges we've become accustomed to with shooters like Far Cry and Half-Life 2. And from what I've seen of Monolith's F.E.A.R., RoE's appeal will slip a notch futher, as the encounters in F.E.A.R. are consistently more satisfying and the supernatural element more effective, in my opinion.
XboxGameZone (Oct 10, 2005)
When one talks video games, the conversation usually begins generically enough in the topic of genres. Within each genre there are games that define the classification. The name DOOM inevitably surfaces in that conversation.
Windows1UP (Jul 21, 2005)
Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil essentially does what we expect from any decent expansion pack, giving us more of the good stuff, eliminating some of the lame stuff, adding cool new stuff, and making everything a bit tougher for those who made it all the way through Doom 3. It doesn't revolutionize gaming as we know it, but fans of its predecessor won't be disappointed. And if you weren't one of those fans, save your $35--as if I needed to tell you.
XboxGame Informer Magazine (Jan, 2006)
The creepiness is all consuming, the demons are enjoyably perverse, and the action is intense the whole way through. There's nothing new here, but more Doom 3 is always a good thing.
WindowsComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jul, 2005)
Doom 3 Resurrection of Evil essentially does what we expect from any decent expansion pack, giving us more of the good stuff, eliminating some of the lame stuff, adding cool new stuff, and making everything a bit tougher for those who made it all the way through Doom 3. It doesn’t revolutionize gaming as we know it, but fans of Its predecessor won’t be disappointed. And if you weren’t one of those fans, save your $35—if I needed to tell you.
WindowsPC Player (Denmark) (Jun, 2005)
Selvom ændringerne i forhold til originalen kan virke minimale, har de en betragtelig indflydelse op morskaben, mens man spiller. Et sikkert køb for fans.
80 (UK) (Apr 19, 2005)
On reflection, if you were in the camp that loved Doom III for what it was, warts and all, then you should definitely treat yourself to this well-rounded episode. It's not offering anything revolutionary, and you could argue that it doesn't fix anything that was wrong with it last time out, but the new toys are a lot of fun, it still stands out for looking absolutely stunning and given that it lasts about as long as most full priced shooters you're getting good value for money. One of the better expansion packs you'll come across, and not the kind of cash in fodder that's often associated with these things.
WindowsThunderbolt Games (May 11, 2005)
This is a game for Doom III fans. It’s not quite good enough to convert haters, but fans of the game should definitely pick this one up. Resurrection of Evil ultimately fails on innovation but perhaps just as importantly succeeds with expansion. It’s more of the same, for better or for worse.
WindowsGame Positive (Apr 15, 2005)
If you liked Doom 3 and don't mind laying down some extra cash, then this expansion pack will provide you with more of the demon shooting action that you know and love.
In all, I actually liked the expansion pack better than the original game. It did add some new elements to the shooter genre without sacrificing gameplay. If you liked Doom 3, you will like the expansion pack. If you did not like Doom 3, then there is a chance you might like the expansion pack anyway. It's certainly worth the money. At only $20, its really a steal if you own the original game.
In all, I actually liked the expansion pack better than the original game. It did add some new elements to the shooter genre without sacrificing gameplay. If you liked Doom 3, you will like the expansion pack. If you did not like Doom 3, then there is a chance you might like the expansion pack anyway. It's certainly worth the money. At only $20, its really a steal if you own the original game.
If you didn't like DOOM 3, well, you won't like Resurrection. The Grabber is fun, but there's one in Half Life 2. The last nine-tenths of the game feature wonderful level design, but it's still pretty much an extension of its predecessor. And certainly you won't find it as scary, though on harder difficulties, it's a lot more challenging. But it still looks amazing, and it's still an enormously gory, satisfying experience for those who just want to blow off some steam.
WindowsAdrenaline Vault, The (AVault) (Apr 18, 2005)
While never deviating from the established norms of the Doom franchise, Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil is decidedly better than most first-person shooter expansion packs and incorporates many improvements over the original release. For example, the addition of the double-barreled shotgun, grabber, and artifact, the introduction of the ominous Hunter bosses, and the injection of a multiplayer capture-the-flag mode all significantly enhance the gameplay in this title. Although this installment is shorter than its predecessor and equally predictable, there is a lot to like here. Of course, if you did not enjoy the original Doom 3, you will find little here to change your mind. But if you (as I did) had a blast before, you cannot miss this new release.
80 PC Gaming (Apr 08, 2005)
In conclusion, DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil has turned out to be an enjoyable expansion pack. The multiplayer has been extended nicely, and the single player campaign is better than its predecessor. Although the settings are still very much the same, most of it is done in a way that makes it all worth it anyway: props to Nerve for that. There are still a few shortcomings, but I can, without a doubt, recommend this shooter to anyone who enjoyed DOOM 3. Go to Hell.
XboxGame Over Online (Nov 30, 2005)
So is Mars worth another visit? If you enjoyed Doom 3, absolutely. Weak multiplayer aside, Resurrection of Evil delivers what Doom fans have come to expect from the series: a gory, action-packed shooter. The presentation is stellar and despite being a little on the short side, the single-player campaign is a hellacious romp, and I mean that in a good way.
XboxWorth Playing (Nov 10, 2005)
I have many fond memories of days becoming nights becoming days while playing Doom II, listening to White Zombie and eating a giant piece of pepperoni while downing Jolt after Jolt. The lights were off, the dark ambience blended with the harsh monster rock of White Zombie, and the gibbering demons in the background kept our nerves from growing dull. Suddenly, a creature would appear out of nowhere with a terrible roar, flames coming from its eyes as it hurled bolts of fiery death right into my face … it was startling, to say the least.
XboxThunderbolt Games (Oct 21, 2005)
Resurrection of Evil is an entertaining, worthy chapter in the Doom franchise. The inclusion of the early Doom games with multiplayer is a great perk which really increases the longevity of this package, which is pretty important because this game is pretty short. If you’re into multiplayer, Doom III was strangely popular on Xbox Live and I’m sure this includes much more that you’ll enjoy. All in all, at the price, Doom III: Resurrection of Evil is a game you shouldn’t resist.
XboxGameSpy (Oct 13, 2005)
Xbox owners who enjoyed DOOM 3 owe it to themselves to check out DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil. The game builds on nearly everything that made the DOOM 3 such a satisfying single-player experience. Hopefully, some day in the future, id will see fit to give gamers a more robust multiplayer experience worthy of the DOOM name. Until then, the single-player campaign is still strong enough to carry the title and provide action junkies more than enough to satisfy their itchy trigger fingers.
WindowsArmchair Empire, The (May 24, 2005)
Back when the first Doom and Doom 2 came out, I was still in elementary school. I played those games to death, and enjoyed a lot of the mods that the community put out as well. When I first played through Doom 3, I enjoyed the game, but I wasn't thrown back to the same feeling of playing through some of the classic Doom moments. Granted the game and the genre has evolved since the original Doom, but I was looking for a little more fast paced action. Resurrection of Evil offers a little bit more action in this regard with some larger areas where there are lots of enemies. However, a few minor design decisions that held back the original are not corrected.
WindowsPC Zone (May 05, 2005)
It's still a bit of fun - silly, mechanical and repetitive perhaps, but fun nonetheless. There's enough ultra-violence here to entertain the young and forgetful, and the new weapons, if not a revelation, do improve the game. The grabber in particular adds an enjoyable new way of combating foes, while the double shotty brings back the joy of close-quarters decimation. This, along with the addition of eight-player CTF (see 'Filling The Gaps', above) will be enough for many. But with the whole experience becoming more and more tired with every telling, and a hefty price tag attached at that, we can only preach caution.
WindowsGameplay (Benelux) (Apr 30, 2005)
Het horrorgerecht is een beetje minder smaakvol, maar de suspens en actie steekt Doom 3 naar de kroon.
WindowsActionTrip (Apr 05, 2005)
I guess it all comes down to the matter of choices. Being a jaded bastard that I am, I'd probably give this one a miss, but that is just my horribly skewed opinion. I did get a lot of fun out of it, but I'm not sure I'd spend my money on it, and that's my honest answer. Doom 3 fans should definitely check this one out if they're craving for more Doom gameplay seasoned with whatever id though was neat in Half-Life 2.
WindowsPC Powerplay (May, 2005)
Als größter Doom-Fan der Redaktion habe ich mich besonders auf das Addon gefreut. Doch nun zeigt sich, dass die genialen Gruselmomente des Hauptprogramms absolute Mangelware sind. Wenigstens bleibt der Ballerspaß ungebrochen, denn was die Entwickler alles an Monstern auf mich hetzen, bietet eine echte Herausforderung.
XboxGameSpot (Oct 06, 2005)
Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil is the expansion pack for Doom 3, which was released on the Xbox six months ago. That, in turn, was a port of the PC original, which was a classy first-person shooter from id Software that features some pretty amazing visuals to go along with its cut-to-the-chase shooting action. The expansion doesn't stray too far from the action of the original, but the new levels, new weapons, and increased focus on action make "more of the same" a fun little adventure.
XboxIGN (Oct 10, 2005)
Usually, people don't go out purposefully seeking death. If they do, it's not death at the hands of Hell's freakish, ravenous minions. Taking those rules into account, it's safe to say that the nameless marine in Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil must be the most depressed, suicidal individual in the history of human society. After all, everyone in the world already knows that the dig site on Mars houses the gateway to Hell. We can forgive characters like Dr. Elizabeth McNeil who runs this particular Mars excavation operation because she's actually seeking something of value. The marine, on the other hand, isn't seeking anything. He's voluntarily journeying to the exact spot where Hell's fanged, plasma spitting demons are known to exist. It's really hard to root for a guy if he's already proven himself to be the dumbest in existence.
76 (Oct 19, 2005)
It seems a little rushed and the multiplayer is really lacking a lot. The classic Doom games almost compensated for these flaws and if they weren’t included in the previously released Doom 3 Collector’s Edition, I would buy this game just to have those. Since the game is so short and there really isn’t a lot of replay value, I would save your money and just rent the game. However, if you are a huge Doom fan, or you have trees of money in your backyard, feel free to pick up this game for a measly $30.
WindowsAbandonia Times (Oct, 2011)
Resurrection of Evil is a good expansion for attempting to enhance the original with new gadgets and abilities, but they shouldn't lower the difficulty, making the player almost a god. Despite a story that leaves room for improvement, taking the gameplay in a different direction is logical for an expansion, and because it’s not a "full" game, RoE gets away from too much criticism.
75 (Aug 28, 2005)
Deux ans après la catastrophe survenue dans la base martienne de l’UAC, des satellites de cette corporation ont détecté des activités dans le site 1, un ancien complexe de recherche qui était jusqu’alors abandonné. L’UAC décide alors d’y envoyer une équipe de scientifiques dirigée par le docteur Elizabeth McNeil, escortée par un groupe de joyeux spacemarines. Vous faites bien évidemment partie de la balade afin de trouver des indices sur la provenance de cet étrange signal. Votre équipe décide alors de percer un mur et vous vous retrouvez dans un ancien temple martien qui renferme un étrange artefact : « le cœur mécanique qui permet de ralentir le temps » (rechargeable avec les âmes des cadavres rencontrés sur la route)...
70 (Apr 14, 2005)
Une extension n'a pas pour habitude de révolutionner le jeu originel et Resurrection Of Evil ne déroge pas à cette règle : Nerve Software ne voulait évidemment pas se mettre à dos les amateurs de Doom 3. Cependant, en améliorant quelques-uns des éléments importants du jeu, cette première extension propose une aventure finalement au moins aussi intéressante / motivante que celle du jeu de base. Le scénario est à peu de choses près aussi indigent et l'ensemble mise encore beaucoup sur l'atmosphère même si les ennemis sont plus présents. Globalement, les niveaux sont d'ailleurs moins sombres et les passages complètement noirs pour ainsi dire absents. La conception de ces différents niveaux est également un peu plus intéressante et grâce à des parties plus ouvertes, plus aérées, on sort du schéma « couloirs super étroits » de Doom 3.
WindowsFactornews (Apr 09, 2005)
Resurrection of Evil, tout en conservant les grands principes de Doom 3 apporte un rythme plus soutenu et des nouveautés non négligeables qui rendent le jeu plus dynamique et difficile. On n’a pas le temps de s’ennuyer pendant la dizaine d’heures de la campagne solo, même si le prix reste honteusement élevé pour un add-on (45 euros).
WindowsCanardPC (Apr 20, 2005)
Comme à chaque Doom, nous avons droit à une extension honnête sans être démentielle, de quoi prolonger le massacre avec le sourire pendant une bonne dizaine d'heures. Les nouvelles armes, dont un Grabber pompé sans complexe sur Half-Life 2 et le double fusil à pompe, musclent bien le gameplay du jeu original. Le moteur 3D est toujours un cran au-dessus du reste. Toutefois, le prix anormalement élevé de cet add-on en fait un produit de luxe que seuls les fous furieux de la série auront envie d'acheter.
WindowsGameSpy (Apr 04, 2005)
When I reviewed DOOM 3 last year, I called it a love-it-or-hate-it kind of game, one where some people would completely go along for the ride but others would be completely turned off by the basic gameplay. Resurrection of Evil, on the other hand, is a love-it-AND-hate-it title. If you enjoyed DOOM 3, there's a good chance you'll enjoy Resurrection of Evil.
XboxGamingExcellence (Nov 21, 2005)
At the end of the day, Resurrection of Evil had impossible shoes to fill, and for all its faults and missteps still amounts to a good game (with amazing graphics) that any DOOM fan will be happy to play. It may not offer the all-out attack on the senses that DOOM 3 offered, but from the start, it’s obvious that RoE tries to walk a different line. Fans of DOOM 2 that found DOOM 3 a little too tame will appreciate RoE’s revival of all-out action levels and open areas. The inclusion of Classic DOOM games and the lower price point makes the addition of Resurrection of Evil to any DOOM fan’s library a no brainer.
XboxGameCell UK (2005)
For 15 quid or thereabouts this is of course by no means a bad game, and Doom 3 RoE never failed to entertain and scare me right until the end, but whilst playing it through I found that after a couple of hours play I’d had enough and had to go play something else. This could be credited to the game’s intense atmosphere, or that I don’t actually like the dark all that much – but Halo 2, Far Cry and Half Life 2 managed to be plenty scary enough in brilliant sunshine – Resurrection of Evil just oversteps the ‘dark mark’ to the point of repetition. It’s an awesome game engine but needed a few less dingy and more open settings to break things up and give the intense gameplay some much needed variety.
70 (Apr 08, 2005)
Voilà un premier add-on pour Doom 3 qui se montre relativement convaincant. Certes, les ajouts ne sont pas de taille mais ceux qui ont su apprécier le gameplay original ne seront pas déçus. On regrettera certaines choses finalement assez futiles (le gravity gun) et une atmosphère moins prenante qui laisse le jeu reposer en grande partie sur l'action pure, contrairement au jeu de base. Dommage.
XboxGame Vortex (2005)
With the inclusion of the old Doom titles on this disk, you might be able to justify the purchase. Otherwise, there is hardly a single thing to point at other than the graphics that you can say anything good about. This is not a game to buy simply because of the title, so if you have any interest definitely rent it first.
WindowsGame Revolution (May 03, 2005)
The expansion also isn't very long, only about half the length of the Doom 3 single-player game. Capable fraggers will beat it in eight hours or so, which is pretty thin. On the other hand, it's more Doom 3, and it's as fun and scary as ever. If you're a big fan - and I know there are more than a few of you out there - you'll be pleased with the expanded multiplayer and few but notable additions. Just don't expect nearly as big of a trip this time around. Now if only someone would follow Dante's map of Hell, then we'd be in business.
WindowsJeuxActu (May 24, 2005)
Cet add-on a été fait pour les fans du premier, les purs, les durs, ceux qui trouvaient que le premier opus était trop court. Ici, ils remettront le couvert et pour peu qu’ils aient une connexion web, ils iront affronter leurs congénères sur les arènes virtuelles et les nouveaux modes qui s’offrent à eux. Les autres, comme moi, qui ne sont jamais rentrés dans l’ambiance de Doom III, qui ont trouvé que baser un jeu sur le "je-te-mets-dans-le-noir, tu-vois-rien-et-des-monstres-te-sautent-dessus", ça ne fait pas un jeu. Et bien vous, passez votre chemin. Y a rien à voir. Et si le multijoueur rehausse le titre, le prix de celui-ci vient tout gâcher. Pour les fans seulement.
XboxGamestyle (May 25, 2008)
Gamestyle enjoyed its return to the Doom 3 world, thanks to the backwards compatibility offered by the Xbox 360. The Doom experience remains streamlined and ruthlessly efficient, lacking the epic scope that we’ve come to associate with other first person shooters. Mars may be fun to visit, but Gamestyle would only suggest a few hours before catching a connection elsewhere.
XboxGamereactor (Sweden) (Oct 28, 2005)
Efter Doom 3, och nu Ressurection of Evil känner man att Doom 3 inte riktigt är ett spel som är lämpat för "mer av samma". Medan Ressurection of Evil är ett bra tilläggspaket kan man ändå känna att det hade varit skönt med en liten paus från de ångestframkallande klaustrofobiska korridorerna och de billiga skrämseleffekterna. Nu är det mer av samma, men kvalitén, det låga priset och bonusmaterialet gör det helt klart köpvärt för Doom-fans.
WindowsUOL Jogos (Apr 15, 2005)
"Resurrection of Evil" consegue escapar um pouco do design industrial/infernal do original, o que por si só é um alívio para quem zerou "Doom 3", mas a aventura longa com o mesmos sustos acaba ressaltando o teor repetivivo do produto.
WindowsAbsolute Games ( (Apr 10, 2005)
Текстуры, модели, архитектура остались прежними. Порой возникает ощущение, будто кто-то разобрал на запчасти карты оригинальной игры и попытался соорудить из них нечто иное, но потерпел неудачу. Исследовательские лаборатории, медблок, канализация, район раскопок, реактор, беготня по "улице", поездки на монорельсовых трамваях, сбор ключей, жаркий Ад... Снова обсуждать это пиршество "дежа вю" нет смысла — все слова уже были высказаны в рецензии на Doom 3.
WindowsNetjak (May 23, 2005)
Ultimately, this is an evil best left dead. The expansion to Doom 3 could have been a great way to end the story and introduce new, more creative elements and level design, but ended up being the complete opposite. Resurrection of Evil even failed to match the atmosphere of the previous title and is little more than eye-candy without any flavor. Do yourself a favor and pass on this one.
WindowsGaming since 198x (Oct 15, 2008)
Déception donc pour une extension qui, si elle apporte quelques nouveautés au jeu de base, facilite trop la tache du marine devenu un surhomme grace à l'artefact. Le super shotgun est tellement puissant qu'il devient rarissime d'utiliser autre chose, un peu dommage donc car la répétitivité de l'action est saoulante. Et si le soufflé décolle un peu lors de la seconde moitié, il retombe immédiatement lors du passage en enfer, prodigieusement ennuyeux. Un titre mal ficelé, à ne conseiller qu'aux gros fans du jeu d'origine.
40 (Jul 25, 2005)
The best "stuck inside a hallway" first person shooter ever. If you like being stuck in a darkened hallway with no where to go, you’ll love Dooms 3: Resurrection of Evil. The same fundamental problems as the first game: too dark, too repetitive, too many cheap tactics by the mobs. Would be a great looking game if you could see anything. In short, it’s the same game as Doom 3. I wouldn’t call this an 'expansion' so much as a 'continuation'. They didn’t expand on anything, they just made more.