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Doom 3: BFG Edition Comes With “Access Denied”

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It appears that players who installed Doom 3: BFG Edition on their Xbox 360 will not be able to play the game. This also means that they cannot access the original title that was included on the disc.

In relation to this, a NeoGaf user posted an image that shows the title’s “access denied” notification. As posted on the screenshot, a user will read the following message when trying to play the PC classic:

This content cannot be accessed when Doom: BFG Edition is installed on your Xbox 360 HDD. To access this content, please uninstall this game from your HDD and play it from the game disc.

The photo also shows that the game being accessed is its Xbox 360 version. However, it is not clear whether this issue is present in other versions as well. ID Software, on the other hand, doesn’t have any comment about the issue yet.

Doom 3: BFG Edition Achievement List

On a lighter note, Xbox 360 Achievements posted a list of achievements for the upcoming Doom 3: BFG Edition. The list includes rewards that will allow gamers to rack up chainsaw kills or get demonic spawn to fight one another. The list is made up of 50 achievements, which can be acquired for a total of 600 points.

More about Doom 3: BFG Edition

Doom 3: BFG Edition is the re-released version of Doom 3. It is now available in Australia and North America, and it will become available in Europe on Friday. The game is also compatible for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

The BFG Edition features an enhanced graphics, better sound, and more horror effects. It also has a checkpoint save system, as well as support for 3D displays and HMDs.

Aside from that, the game also includes the previous expansion of Resident Evil, together with a new single player expansion pack called The Lost Mission. In addition, The Lost Mission is a seven-level solo section that was cut from the original release of Doom 3. As stated by John Carmack, technical director of ID Software, in a press release:

Doom 3 was enthusiastically embraced by gamers worldwide at its release. Today, the full experience has been enhanced and extended to be better than ever, and is delivered across all the platforms with a silky smooth frame rate and highly responsive controls.

Gamers were also given the ability to use flashlight while holding a weapon, which is called the armor-mounted flashlight. Copies of original Doom and Doom 2 are also included in the pack, although the former has some installation issues.

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