Summary: Often regarded more for it's controversial themes and sense of humor rather than for it's actual gameplay, this old-school FPS holds up very well after all these years. It's one of the fathers of the genre and is still worth a look.
Summary: A 15 year old game that exceeds the fun that modern games provide? YES! 3D Realms shooter is absolutely fantastic in both single player and multiplayer. The single player campaign features 4 episodes with over 24 levels of intense action.
Summary: It's been so long since I've played this on my PC, and it's such a breath of fresh air. I originally purchased this game back in 2009 and never reviewed it, until I realized how devastatingly bad DNF is. For starters, this game, is a classic.
Summary: This 360 port is terrible, PC is by far as usual the best, and the GBA Duke is better then the 360 as well. The gprahics here suck, the controls are slow and due to the wonky 360 controller are damn near impossible to get good with. Multiplayer sucks. Get the PC version.
Summary: I was addicted to Duke 3d. Use to play it non-stop and design levels in build. But oh boy this game did not age well. The levels are frustrating along with the play. Still a great game though!
It's time to kick !@# and chew bubble gum! ... and I'm all outta gum.
K. Showalter, Amazon
19 May 2009
Summary: This is another, but highly entertaining port of the Original Duke Nukem 3D. It includes multiplayer and co-op, but unforunately, you can't split-screen with it. The graphics weren't reworked to work with Xbox HD, but instead you get a High Quality Frame around the gamescreen.
Summary: Duke3D is a staple in the FPS genre of gaming. To this day, the game, and its prolonged upcoming sequel, has an incredible following of dedicated players and dukematchers. Duke3D is perhaps the single greatest, and best valued game to hit XBLA.
Summary: As it turns out, FPS Master is the only one who believes that this is a cheesy Doom clone/rip off. Duke Nukem 3D revolutionized the FPS genre and provided a stepladder for future FPS games. Only Quake would surpass DN3D years later.
Summary: Humor and action abound in tongue-in-cheek style and Duke's "witty" one liners still bring a smirk to the face. While the graphics and game play are dated, there is no denying that Duke Nukem 3D is a classic FPS shooter that any gamer should consider purchasing.