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'''Doom 3''' is a science fiction horror first-person shooter computer game developed by [[id Software]] and originally published by {{wp|Activision}}.
 
'''Doom 3''' is a science fiction horror first-person shooter computer game developed by [[id Software]] and originally published by {{wp|Activision}}.
  
Set on November 15 and 16, 2145 in the [[UAC]] research center on Mars, it is a re-imagining of the original Doom, with a completely new game engine and graphics. Doom 3 focuses on slow methodical gameplay, as opposed to the “run and gun” feel of its predecessors. It received a positive reception for its fear inspiring atmosphere and groundbreaking graphics, but it was also criticized for its otherwise simplistic gameplay, clichéd horror effects, and pervasive darkness.
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Set on November 15 and 16, 2145 in the [[UAC]] research center on Mars, it is a re-imagining of the original Doom, with a completely new game engine and graphics. Doom 3 focuses on slow methodical gameplay, as opposed to the “run and gun” feel of its predecessors. It received a positive reception for its fear inspiring atmosphere and groundbreaking frag/1e $c-0=k graphics, but it was also criticized for its otherwise simplistic gameplay, clichéd horror effects, and pervasive darkness.
  
 
Doom 3 had a long development schedule dating back to 2000, with a well-received demonstration at {{wp|E3}} in 2002, 2003 and 2004. The game was finally released in August of 2004.
 
Doom 3 had a long development schedule dating back to 2000, with a well-received demonstration at {{wp|E3}} in 2002, 2003 and 2004. The game was finally released in August of 2004.

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