Excerpt: "...port of the PC FPS, Duke Nukem 3D. Muchly censored. KICK-ASS WEAPONRY! Highlights include: setting up, and luring enemies into setting off a laser tripbomb; shrinking enemies with the Shrink Ray and then squashing them; and causing the enemy to expand and explode into a smattering of blood and gore with the Microwave Expander. The likes of the Pipe Bomb, Grenade Launcher and Missile Launcher also give explosive action. Exclusive to the N64 is the ...
Pros: Kick - ass weaponry, cool enemy and level designs, no save game abuse !
Cons: Flickering lights; no in - game music, presentation could be tighter
Duke Nukem Zero Hour (N64): It`s time to kick arse....and that`s it
15 September 2001
Summary: Duke Nukem 3d brought what was essentially a dodgy shareware game series into the lime light. It was like Doom with attitude. `Time to kick arse and chew bubble gum and I`m all outta gum` was the catch phrase. This time around a different view point has been taken for the game, in a style more reminiscent of a game like Tomb Raider.
Excerpt: "...copied on the computer game Duke Nukem that was released a few years ago. While the game is about the same has the computer there is some elements that are better and some that need improvement. For one the battlemacth is not has fun with the nintendo version since you see your opponent and there is no possibility of surprise. The graphics, on the contrary, are much better on nintendo than on the computer and so is the control. Overall it's not that ...