It's not a great game, but it is closure on gaming's most famous vaporware.
andy Mull, Amazon
17 July 2015
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: So i am happy to say that im glad i re-bought the game to play the DLC it was fun over the top duke action. I highly recommend you pick up a copy on any console (best on pc) and then get the DLC it also comes with some new multi player maps.