“Your mission has always been to die, soldier!”
In the second of our current run of three id Software podcasts, Leon, Darren and Jon Salmon focus their ineffective flashlights on 2004’s much-hyped DOOM 3. How much of a big deal was it at the time, and how does it fare more than a decade down the line? Additionally, a handful of community contributors pop out of the closets in which they’ve been hiding to shock us with their correspondence and Three Word Reviews.
Music used in this issue:
1: Main Theme by Clint Walsh
2: Credits by Chris Vrenna
Cane and Rinse 215 was edited by Jay Taylor
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Darren revisits ‘vanilla’ DOOM 3 before his look at the BFG Edition. PC version shown:
id Software re-released DOOM 3 in (debatably) ‘enhanced’ form in 2012 by way of the BFG Edition. PC version shown:
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