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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
The Gamers Temple
4 September 2004
Excerpt: Date: 7/19/2005 Duke Nukem. The name evokes images of a buff action hero, spouting one-liners as he blasts apart mutants and saves scantily-clad women. The all-man action hero now returns for another adventure in Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project.
Excerpt: I recall vividly that last year, some network television producers or Hollywood moguls complained that a lot of shows took place in New York. After the tragic events late last year though, there was a complete 180-degree spin with people urging others to do their business, television shows, movies...
Excerpt: The DUKE is back and in rare form indeed. For any that have played a Duke Nukem game before, this will be familiar territory. For any that have not had the pleasure of meeting Duke yet, do not expect a complex story line and intricate plot - this is Duke Nukem.
Conclusion: The Wrap-up: While gamers are waiting endlessly for Duke Nukem Forever to be released, it was nice to see a company like Sunstorm to provide us with a nice appetizer before the main course.
Excerpt: Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (DNMP) is 3rd person platform shooter that brings back memories from both the side-scroller games (Duke Nukem I and II) and Duke Nukem 3D released six years ago. Needless to say we all loved these games.