Excerpt: 3D Realms will always stand out in my mind for being the pack of mad bastards who turned the first-person shooter into a vehicle for the kind of self-consciously, incredibly politically incorrect comedy that was a big deal in the late '90s.
Conclusion: Summary: Good: -It's the same game that you know and love. -The idolized video game character is back. -Great gameplay. -8 player multiplayer. -Great one liners. Bad: -Dated graphics and sounds. -Some frustrating level designs. -Not enough updates. -Poor sound quality.
Excerpt: Originally released in 1996, first-person-shooter Duke Nukem 3D is no stranger to controversy. It’s a brutal, completely daft and over-the-top fragfest and that is exactly why it has become such a cult classic.
Excerpt: “A babe, a stogie, and a bottle of jack. That’s what I need right now.” With lines like that it’s easy to laugh at the sheer absurdity of misogynic alien executioner Duke Nukem, but at the same time it’s just so darn hard not to love him.
Review - Duke Nukem Forever: The Doctor Who Cloned Me DLC
9 January 2012
Conclusion: The Doctor Who Cloned Me isn't some dim beacon of hope for the franchise: it's more of the same, but almost exclusively made up of the worst elements of Duke Nukem Forever. It abjectly fails to improve the experience and tries its damnedest to be even less enjoyable, succeeding with flying colours.