Summary: Oh, my, oh, my. I waited years, biting my nails in anticipation. I purchased the deluxe kit because I was so filled with joy at its release. These balls of steel would be best used as boat anchors. What a dud and disappointment.
Summary: I bought this for my husband. The little statue thingy is cute (I told him he should use it as a profile picture because he doesn't post any of himself. Joke of course because I know that violates copyright). I guess he likes the game. He's quick to complain when he doesn't like a game and he hasn't said anything about it so....
Summary: I buy these more for the collectables than the games, but I still enjoy playing the video games. This set was under $25.00 when I purchased it. It comes with a polystone bust of Duke, the game (PC), an artbook, postcards, notepad, dice with the worldwide symbol for radiation on them, playing cards, a Duke Nukem sticker and a few other items. If you collect these sets Like I do, you'll enjoy this set also. And the game was a lot of fun.
Summary: I've been putting off doing these reviews because I just never feel qualified to do so. I still haven't even finished this game since I purchased it, but that's my problem--not the game's. The game itself: It's a fun little shooter. Very formulaic. As far as I've gotten in the game, I haven't found anything that really massively sets it apart from other shooters. The same old sophomoric Duke Nukem humor is there, all the weapons are there, objectification of women, etc.