Reviews and Problems with Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
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15 May 2014
Summary: Duke Nukem makes the turn from a FPS into a 2D platformer/side-scrolling shooter surprisingly well. Don't let it's age fool you, this game can still bring plenty of enjoyment. Everything fans love about Duke's style is here.
Summary: The Xbox Live port of Manhattan Project is exactly the same as the acclaimed PC version, it is simply a hell of a blast to play. Duke's Lines will make you laugh and there's plenty of monster to slaughter.
Summary: Another good Duke Nukem game. This is more like a remastered version of Duke Nukem 1 and 2, but this isn't a bad thing. This really fun, although not as good as the originals. It deserves a play, so get off XBLA if you have some MS points to spare.
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Summary: awsome and fun game for any duke fan or anyone else who thinks they would like the game a fun sidescroller with classic duke himself and all of his classic 1 liners are back dont listen to these reveiwers they dont know what there talking about
Summary: If you enjoy the resurgence of 2D playformers, this game is worth a look. In fact, it's one of the first "2.5"D games released on PC, before this trend hit with Trine, the Bionic Commando remake, etc.
Summary: It's hideous. It tears, it runs at somewhere around 10 FPS, it looks like an N64 game, the projectiles seem to appear from outside the screen rather than from Duke, Duke controls like the Atari 2600's E.T., and the gameplay itself is completely unbearable. Even in 2002 this would have been a dud.
Summary: i bought this for a friend who couldnt find this game anywhere.i found this auction and decided to buy it for him.It was the best deal I could find since im on a budget right now.When it came in all the specs.