Reviews and Problems with Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
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Not quite the Duke I knew
13 January 2012
Conclusion: Time to Kill is, like other reviewers have pointed out, a fusion between Duke Nukem 3D and Tomb Raider. If you like games like Tomb Raider, don't bother with this, as Duke comes nowhere near to the sleekness of other third-person action/adventure games.
Pros: Even though Duke Nukem is a walking cliché, there's something about his attitude that's appealing. It's best if you don't take anything he says too seriously, just focus on the fact that he's voiced by the magnificent Jon St. John. The opening cinematic is also great, with the song "The Thing I H...
Cons: But still... the "Duke meets Tomb Raider"-idea probably sounded good on paper, but it doesn't work well. Duke's jumping is absolutely awful, and yes, there are some parts where platform jumping is necessary.
Conclusion: Good Duke spin-off that brings the action and style to the psx under a new gameplay style. While it sure as hell doesn't make the same kind of splash as the original Duke3D it is an entertaining and enjoyable 3D action game for those looking for more Duke action.
Pros: Time to Kill is Duke's first spin-off adventure that exploits it's charismatic personality on a new product and platform, in this case a 3D action/adventure game on the psx, seeing as how that seems to be the bestselling genre on that console. Ok, that's the nice way of looking at things, you can...
Cons: Really un-necesary consoley dumb puzzles. Aside from that the graphics while at the top of the game in psx still look like crap, and regardless of all the Duke flavor there's nothing even remotely revolutionary here. You've done it all before and seen it all before.
Excerpt: Duke nukem time to kill Duke nukem series are rather good games the one ive got is time to kill the levels are rather easy but there is a range ofdificulties.he has all the moves of Lara croft e.g he flips ,his weapons kick ass.
Excerpt: The original Duke nukem 3D that we all love and adore has been presented with this . you take on the role of Duke but this time you see his body and not just the gun it brings a whole new element to Duke Nukem.
Pros: 2 player and new weapons
Cons: not a first person but ok for somewone who likes a change .
Excerpt: Hmm the Duke Nukem series has done extremly well on the PC, however on the playstation hasnt done as well as people would of thought. The main reason for this is that this game is awful the graphics are blocky, music is dreadful and controls are also a bitt iffy.
Excerpt: Duke Nukem, the classic shootem up available on the PC, playstation, N64 and gameboy. If there is one quote from the game everybody remembers it’s that classic first line Duke says in the level Hollywood Holocaust, “Those alien B***ards are gonna pay for shooting up my ride”.
Excerpt: Duke Nukem is the best shoot 'em up on the playstation and on the pc. It combines humour with great gameplay and sound. The weapons selection is great and the variety in the game levels and enemies is also really good. It's also really cheap -less than £20. Duke is one cool man.