Summary: While I did really like the game itself, this collector's edition was super disappointing, only because it was much smaller than I imagined. The artbook is really cool and so are all the little casino knick knacks you get. And I would have loved the Duke bust if it was twice the size it is. It's literally just too small.
If you lookin' for rontchy eye-candy, then get GTA 5, SR or Watch dogs, anything but this.
V. Abernathy, Amazon
6 July 2014
Summary: l loved DN 3D as a child. It was games like this along with Doom and Quake that mortified our minds with gore, porn, death and god-like weapons. That's pretty tough to top that. But you'd think that with the graphics today, they could. But sadly no. It's like the opposite. Almost as if the developers in the 90's died-off and these next gen writers/designers never even bothered to play DN 3D. People need to know, graphics are NOT THE HART OR SOUL OF A GAME!
Summary: I grew up with Atari, DOS, and then Windows and have played almost every major title since the 80's. This includes the old 2D Duke Nukem games for DOS and the hit Duke Nukem 3D for DOS. Unfortunately, this title only bears the same characters and name. The levels are so easy that a toddler could get through them with minimal effort, the enemies are not very challenging, and there is a TON of boring filler content.
Summary: Let me start out by saying this game reminds me slightly of the classic Duke Nukem 3D. I say slight because the game is a shell of what that game was. I love the Duke franchise, and really, really, really wanted to like this game. I am glad I only shelled out 10 bucks for this. It will be fun for the 10 dollars, but I couldnt see spending more on it. Be careful too, this game was clearly ported from the xbox version.