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Vicarious Visions
GENRE: First Person Shooter
PLAYERS:   1-4
April 04, 2005
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 Written by John Scalzo  on April 28, 2004

News: A cannibal's dozen isn't much different from a regular dozen. Except it's oozing with brains and blood and rotting corpses!

Doom 3 has been in development for a long time at id Software, but it's finally looking like we'll be killing imps, zombified marines and cacodemons by the end of the year.?As Vicarious Visions readies the (for now) Xbox exclusive port, we've been treated to?twelve new screenshots. Enjoy. Or be disgusted. Or be scared. Or admire the bloated corpses. It's your call.

Twelve?New Doom 3 Screens

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