Yes if just because they finally give you a piece of tape for your fleshlight.
That's the reason it sucks compared to the original. It ruined the atmosphere.
Even worse, they made the lighting terrible. Dumb stuff like the flashlight and some other light sources not casting shadows anymore, and the game just looks overall worse lighting-wise because they tweaked it for the living room TV. It's basically the console edition, since all these changes were made so it'd run at a constant 60fps on the 360/PS3.
The only good things about the BFG edition is the motion blur looks pretty good and 3D/Rift support(Both only in the PC version). If you already have Doom 3, don't bother with BFG unless maybe if you have an Oculus Rift.
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BFG can run at 120fps, so if you actually care about multiplayer Doom 3, it might be worth considering. The sound was completely butchered, though, ruining the atmosphere of the game and degenerating the single player campaign into a generic run around with some monsters to shoot here and there. The entire rest of the series was better for that, as well as Quake 1, 2, and 4, so BFG edition is kinda pointless.
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Well, now that I own it, I'll play a little and report back. Doom3 I love so I should be able to say whether BFG is fine, or worse
I'm interested in about what you'll think about it. I liked Doom 3 quite a bit and I'm curious about BFG. If there were a way to get the extra content on the original Doom 3, I'd be golden. Metroid Prime is in my top games as well (it's basically a 3D FP Super Metroid, which is in my top too).
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