It's not a great game, but it is closure on gaming's most famous vaporware.
andy Mull, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: The game didn't live up to the hype. But then again, there's no way it ever was going to. Ultimately, the world wanted a modern game with Duke in it; instead they got a Duke game on modern hardware, and it brought us face to face with our teenaged selves, without the aid of rose-tinted goggles.
Summary: if your thinking about buying this game i would say go for it the price has dropped to where i was comfy buying it so the bang for your buck is there litteraly(got my copy for .78cents) a word of warning though dont consider this game to be a serious shooter like call of duty or battlefield..
Summary: I just beat the game so time for a review. This is based on the Balls of Steel Edition so keep that in mind. Let's start with the gameplay: Its a first person shooter and you'll get your standard fare there. Nothing too fancy just straight up fire away. I like this actually.
Summary: Almost got this a couple times only to decide not to. The price got down to $10ish and I wanted a new game so- Violence aside I think it would be a great mid to late teens game if not for the abundant other SILLY 'adult' content. It's got a fluid move along arena to arena story.
Summary: Excellent game. Very good gameplay. Good graphics. He recalled the early days, despite being far different from the first version, back there. It has everything to be one of the best games of the year.
Summary: I guess I'm dating myself, but I'm a long-time Duke fan, and I think most of the FPS genre these days owes a lot to the original. I splurged on the Dee-Lux version of this and it was worth it. Heck, the minibust is worth the difference in price alone.