Summary: Wrapped up in this stomach-churning wrapper is a shooter trapped in time. Some enemy encounters are surprisingly modern and entertaining, while others seem like fossils from various bygone eras. Circle-strafing boss battles and minecart sections recall the mid- to late-nineties. Sections playing as a shrunken-Duke seem like they were ripped out of the early Unreal Tournament mod-scene. Simple physics-puzzles come straight out of 2005.
Summary: I'm not a huge fan of FPS games, but I was a big fan of games like Duke Nukem 3D and Doom back in the day. I had been waiting 14 years for this game just like all the other fans. This game is notorious for being the biggest joke in the industry, but it finally happened. Was it worth the wait? The answer, quite simply...is no. Not even close. First things first...the graphics suck. The textures are mostly low-res, so when you get close everything looks super blurry.
Summary: well, Im not going to say much about the game, I will only say I like it. about the extras... the bust is pretty cool looking, but it' s very small, 4,5 inches tall, the mini card deck is really mini and you cant play with those cards, they are not flexible, I was very disappointed with this cards, the dices are cool, too bad I dont use dices, the poker chips, useless, postcards are cool but the card I wanted was not in the package, the one with duke wearing an MMA belt...
Summary: With Duke being the great sell out that he is, the souring economy will have no problem unleashing its ability to make trash games even trashier! Do non-game playing slime bags CEOs get off on selling crap to the common person? I think they do! this game is pure proof! Games makers have no idea what they are doing anymore! Terms they are unfamiliar with... CUSTOMER, QUALITY, REPLAY VALUE nothing that can be found in here!
Summary: Considering this game almost never came out, it's tolerable. I don't expect many fans to be overly impressed by the quality of the latest
Duke game, but at least it's still playable. Duke returns once again, and so do the no-good aliens that we remember from
Duke Nukem 3d. It's a plot that was well received when Duke Nukem 3d came out in 1997, but
here it just serves to move you along from linear setpiece to the next.
Summary: I payed $15 for it, probably wouldnt have paid more than $30. single player
is fun, multiplayer is pretty dead. I'm really not a fan of the 2 weapons
thing, especially when youre doing the trophy/ acheivment of keeping the golden
gun throughout the single player camaign., because youre limited to carying only
1 of the many decent weapons at a time. not a highly replayable game, but a
good laugh and a breeze for a casual gaming session.