Reviews and Problems with Duke Nukem Trilogy: Critical Mass
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Duke Nukem DS
27 November 2013
Summary: Wow! Can't beleave how good this game is. I love duke nukem for ps3. And now I got critical mass for my ds. I could'nt beleave how good the game is. It's a shooter and it's fun. So many things to do in the game. Best shooter for the ds. And dukes one liners are so funny. And you get to rescue strippers. LOL!!!
Summary: I bought this game just to see how awful it was. Even then it was a terrible decision. The gameplay is terrible, the game controls are clunky and mostly nonfunctioning, and the game feels like a fan-made flash remake you might see on Newgrounds. Do not buy, not even as a joke.
Summary: Its not blue enough for me, but hey all nintendo product even adult rated is several notches below their competitors version. You can't get more campy bordering on the ludicrous, this stuff plays so male oriented it insults any sensitive new age guy. Fun can be had by all,If needed be get a mindset on egotism.Realize the fantasy seize the day/carpe diem.
Summary: This game is very similar to Duke Nukem Manhattan Project, where it is a sidescroller. I found it very fun and entertaining, and still keeping the duke feeling we all like. Pros: - Great variety of weapons and enemies - Combines different gameplays and makes it comfortable and easy to understand.
Summary: Oddly enough, I enjoyed Duke Nukem: Critical Mass even more than Duke Nukem Forever. The closest thing Duke Nukem: Critical Mass resembles is Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, but it also feels a little bit like Duke's other third-person adventures such as Time to Kill and Land of the Babes on the Playstation 1. Duke Nukem: Critical Mass was developed in conjunction with Apogee, which is definitely a name that many Duke fans will find familiar.