Summary: Dont waste your money...software wont run right...it tries to use a cloud program called Steam and steam wont work and it says its not available...there is no customer service and no contact numbers. Very poor way of trying to sell software by using a online company to run software through like Steam. I jsut threw the junk in the trash...wasnt even worth returning for a refund.
Summary: Retread of old humor. I waited 10+ years for these? To top it off, I mis-clicked and got two. Gave one to my friend and he asked me, "Why do you hate me so much?" The Activation PID was a pain in the .. .well.. you know. I wrote support and after 14 days or so I got a response that asked for more info on my problem. What part of "The PID does not work" can confuse someone?
Summary: This game is absolutely horrible, they spent 15 years making the game, it did not live up to all the hype. They over advertised this game. The 2D versions were much better than this game. This game had cheesy lines, crappy weapons, boring levels, it was repetitive. Stay away from buying this.
Summary: The game itself was fun with adult themes. It is absolutely useless unless you have a static on-line internet connection. The fact, I mean absolute fact, that you can't play the PC game unless you login through Steam makes this game absolute trash. Amazon is selling this $60 dollar game for $5.99. Do you really need to buy a clue?
Summary: If you loved the "Duke Nukem" of the 1990s and are excited about the old dos version being resurrected, you're going to be disappointed. First, there's "Steam" - a gaming engine which connects your computer to some online universe designed to monitor what you do and sell you things.
Summary: ...is insulting and unfair to crack monkeys. This is by far and away the worst FPS I have ever played. 1. The maps are 100% linear. There is little to no exploration. You know, the best part about Duke 3D ... yeah, they left that out. 2. The controls are slow and kludgy. I have the mouse acceleration turned up to maximum, and it still feels like I'm walking through mud anytime I try to turn.
Summary: I just wanted to share my impressions of Duke Nukem Forever. The game has a few issues that caused me to set it aside after an hour of game play. I really wanted to like this game, but for 5 dollars I think I paid too much. First are the skill challenges. Good games use things like level design and puzzles to pace the game play, poorly made games use skill challenges.
Summary: This game wouldn't be worth it if it were free. It took forever to get this installed. First Steam installed, not that I wanted it to. Then Steam had to update itself. Then I was forced to create a Steam account, not that I wanted or needed one. Then the game installed. Once the game was installed it then updated the game, without asking. After finally getting it installed I attempted to run the game and start a single player game.
Summary: A Duke Nukem sequel has been hyped for years, yet when I played it; it seemed like they just threw it together last minute at minimum cost to capitalize on the hype and maximize their profit. yes, the golden days of halflife2 are gone, now when you pay for a game that's activated thru steam; it's not your property to do with as you please.
Summary: I could not get this to work on my laptop. It came up, but them a few minutes into the game my PC simply turned off. I research online, and it said that it would not work with 64 bit Vista, which I have. I returned and got my money back.