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The King is Back! Duke Nukem arrives with an arsenal of over-the-top weapons, non-stop action, and unprecedented levels of interactivity. With hours and hours of action, and a range of bodacious multiplayer modes, rest assured knowing the fun goes on and on. Story Did the Aliens not learn their lesson the first time? Duke has been on hiatus for some time now, kicking back and franchising himself on the fame he gained from saving Earth from the first invasion.

The Aliens have returned to Earth yet again, messing up Duke’s sweet routine of dirty leisure habits. The Alien invaders are stealing Earth’s women, especially the hot ones! And they drank Duke’s beer. As Duke battles his way through waves of aliens, the once beautiful gambling haven and Duke Nukem franchise chains are crumbling before his eyes.

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Time to bring the pain!. Please Check System Requirements Prior to Purchasing. Matthewpomar, Terrific Game! Extremely Fun to play and Highly Entertaining! I was a Duke Nukem 3D early adopter. I was the guy that got all my other friends to get on the Duke train. I bought Duke Nukem Forever game few years ago and never had time to play it.

Over this last Christmas break, I decided to fire it up and a few weeks later, finished the game. This was one of the most fun and entertaining games I’ve ever played. While the graphics may not be on par with some of the newest games that require ultra-high-end GPUs to play and/or appreciate, this works great on my MacBook Pro with configure to order NVIDIA GT 750M GPU. I was impressed that the graphics could be this good on a MacBook Pro. Duke’s commentary throughout the game made me chuckle, with new salty phrases and familiar old ones from Duke Nukem 3D. The game play is genius with plenty of interesting worlds to explore and items to interact with. Once you start playing this game, you will want to keep playing it.

Finally, I would say don’t pay much attention to the negative reviews of this unique game. It should not be compared to the latest first-person shooter as it’s in a league of its own. I hope the developers continue releasing updates and next versions of this game series - Duke Nukem FOREVER!!! Matthewpomar, Terrific Game! Extremely Fun to play and Highly Entertaining! I was a Duke Nukem 3D early adopter.

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I was the guy that got all my other friends to get on the Duke train. I bought Duke Nukem Forever game few years ago and never had time to play it. Over this last Christmas break, I decided to fire it up and a few weeks later, finished the game. This was one of the most fun and entertaining games I’ve ever played.

While the graphics may not be on par with some of the newest games that require ultra-high-end GPUs to play and/or appreciate, this works great on my MacBook Pro with configure to order NVIDIA GT 750M GPU. I was impressed that the graphics could be this good on a MacBook Pro.

Duke’s commentary throughout the game made me chuckle, with new salty phrases and familiar old ones from Duke Nukem 3D. The game play is genius with plenty of interesting worlds to explore and items to interact with. Once you start playing this game, you will want to keep playing it. Finally, I would say don’t pay much attention to the negative reviews of this unique game. It should not be compared to the latest first-person shooter as it’s in a league of its own.

I hope the developers continue releasing updates and next versions of this game series - Duke Nukem FOREVER!!! Severin smith, Looks Great!

Let's face it, we all know the story of this game, and were all a little disappointed when it came out. But aside from years of anticipation, and high expectations, this game is actually fun, and pretty funny in Duke Nukem terms. I am not going to comment on the language, misogyny, alcohol and drug content; this game is inappropriate and for ADULTS with a sense of humor only. This is a Duke Nukem title. My main input is, I bought this for the XBox and was pretty bummed with bad anti-aliasing, a lot of glitches, awkward controls, and INSANE load times. I was concerned it would look the same, if not worse on my Mac desktop (Radeon HD 5770), but took the gamble. The game actually looks MUCH better than on XBox, and I'm not sure if it's my personal bias, but I feel like the keyboard mouse configuration makes the game MUCH more enjoyable than a game handset.

The load times on the Mac are neglibible, which also makes it much more enjoyable. In terms of multiplayer; this game is really not good. I played it for about an hour on the XBox, and even less on the mac. If you want a multiplayer shooter, this is not the game to buy.

The only merit is the campaign. I was between giving this game four and five stars, because it is a lot of fun, but decided on four because of the multiplayer. At any rate, if you bought it for XBox and bailed on it because of any of the reasons I listed above, you might want to give it another shot. I'm really enjoying it this time. Severin smith, Looks Great! Let's face it, we all know the story of this game, and were all a little disappointed when it came out.

But aside from years of anticipation, and high expectations, this game is actually fun, and pretty funny in Duke Nukem terms. I am not going to comment on the language, misogyny, alcohol and drug content; this game is inappropriate and for ADULTS with a sense of humor only. This is a Duke Nukem title. My main input is, I bought this for the XBox and was pretty bummed with bad anti-aliasing, a lot of glitches, awkward controls, and INSANE load times. I was concerned it would look the same, if not worse on my Mac desktop (Radeon HD 5770), but took the gamble.

The game actually looks MUCH better than on XBox, and I'm not sure if it's my personal bias, but I feel like the keyboard mouse configuration makes the game MUCH more enjoyable than a game handset. The load times on the Mac are neglibible, which also makes it much more enjoyable. In terms of multiplayer; this game is really not good.

I played it for about an hour on the XBox, and even less on the mac. If you want a multiplayer shooter, this is not the game to buy. The only merit is the campaign. I was between giving this game four and five stars, because it is a lot of fun, but decided on four because of the multiplayer. At any rate, if you bought it for XBox and bailed on it because of any of the reasons I listed above, you might want to give it another shot. I'm really enjoying it this time. Bugeyegarage, Meh As a huge fan of Duke Nuken 3D circa 1998 I'm a bit disappointed.

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In campaign mode this game has way too much storyline (Duke was never supposed to have a great story line), puzzles, and scenes where there's no shooting. You don't even get to use a gun for an extended period of time until after Level 3. The game takes the lightheartedness of the original Duke and emphasizes it WAY too much - the catchphrases, puzzles, interacting with background objects all USED to be secondary to shooting aliens, now shooting aliens has taken a background seat Haven't tried multiplayer yet so limiting my comments to the campaign. Original Duke = used to be making alien pay for blowing up his ride, from the very first second of gameplay and chewing bubblegum despite the lack of having gum. That said it's still somewhat fun.

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Fix all this in Shadow Warrior Forever you no mess with lo wang. Bugeyegarage, Meh As a huge fan of Duke Nuken 3D circa 1998 I'm a bit disappointed. In campaign mode this game has way too much storyline (Duke was never supposed to have a great story line), puzzles, and scenes where there's no shooting. You don't even get to use a gun for an extended period of time until after Level 3. The game takes the lightheartedness of the original Duke and emphasizes it WAY too much - the catchphrases, puzzles, interacting with background objects all USED to be secondary to shooting aliens, now shooting aliens has taken a background seat Haven't tried multiplayer yet so limiting my comments to the campaign.

Original Duke = used to be making alien pay for blowing up his ride, from the very first second of gameplay and chewing bubblegum despite the lack of having gum. That said it's still somewhat fun. Fix all this in Shadow Warrior Forever you no mess with lo wang.

Duke Nukem Forever brings back classic first person shooters and over the top sexism to the gaming world. In 1996, 3D Realms released Duke Nukem 3D – a first person shooter sequel to the sideways scrolling 2D Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem 2. ID Software had released Doom in 1993 and taken the gaming world by storm. Where Doom was scary, dark and mysterious, Duke Nukem 3D took a different approach.

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It was a fun tongue-in-cheek take on the genre with more concentration on it being a shoot-everything-you-see game, and had interactive environments, cheesy dialogue and sexist attitude. Duke Nukem 3D was a massive success. It spawned several expansion packs and was ported in various versions to different consoles and platforms.

Forever A sequel had been in production for a long time. It became a running joke in the gaming world as development got pushed further and further back. Finally in 2011 – some 15 years later – Duke Nukem Forever was released to the gaming world. It was available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, and ported to Mac OS X and is also now available on the Mac App Store. Never has a game garnered so much attention and anticipation by the gaming community – only to be met by such criticism once released. I remember reading review after review panning it for poor game play, bad controls, and offensive content. I have been recently looking back at older FPS games – getting them to run on my modern Mac and buying games for my PlayStation 2.

I downloaded the shareware version of Duke Nukem 3D for my Mac and had forgotten how great it was. It made me want to take another look at Duke Nukem Forever. I found it for £3 on the PlayStation 3 and bought it. So I asked my daughter if I could use her console (as I don’t own one), and set about playing this highly criticised game. Mac Version It is available for the Mac – ported by Aspyr – which requires on a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo Mac, 2 GB RAM, and 256 MB video RAM. As you can see, the requirements are quite high.

Updates The first thing I had to do was sit through 20 minutes of PlayStation 3 updates – a feature I loath about modern gaming consoles. Gone are the days of inserting a cartridge or popping in a game disc and playing within seconds. Now it seems developers can push a game out and then release gigantic patches on a weekly basis to fix issues found later. The moment you start Duke Nukem Forever, you get the feeling you are thrown back to the 90s. You start the game facing a urinal with the option to use it – which sets the attitude for the whole game. Controls are pretty standard for a console. I prefer to play first person shooters with a mouse, but the PS3 controller does a good job.

The controls are responsive and take very little time to get used to. One thing to mention that seems to be across all platforms is slow loading times, which can be quite annoying at times – especially when you die. Graphics – on the PS3 version at least – are sharp, especially in HD. This is a 2011 game on a seventh generation console. It doesn’t match to today’s high fliers, but the graphics are still superb, with amazing level design, enemies, and lighting effects. PlayStation 3 version Game play is pretty much as you would expect in the 90s.

Modern first person shooters rely too much on story line and working things out – plus a lot of them now have you playing as part of team so your AI compadres can help you out. Duke Nukem Forever sees you alone fighting a barrage of evil. Along side the regular shooting there are neat twists on game play such as Duke shrinking and fitting in a radio control car, which you then race around levels on.

The levels are interactive, so you can find yourself turning on hand driers and flushing toilets. You have a use button that opens doors, pulls panels off, or executes glory kills on enemies.

Power ups include steroids and beer, which makes you more powerful but blurs the screen like your are drunk. You also have a Holoduke, which confuses enemies, and a night goggle mode.

All this adds a little extra to the game play. You are limited to holding only two weapons (four on the Windows version) at once, so you have to choose carefully, dropping others in favour of new or better ones. I found this a little odd, as I am used to cycling through eight weapons. Health is now called Ego, which can be extended by finding certain items through levels, but also if you are close to death, simply hiding for a few seconds without taking any hits will have your levels return to full, so not reliant on finding health packs etc.

– a great idea. A Retro Feel Duke Nukem Forever is a high intensity “shoot everything that shoots at you” game and then kill massive end of level bosses. Just like games used to be. It harks back to the good ol’ days of first person shooter games, but with modern looking graphics. It’s not dark or too thought provoking; it a fun killing spree game and reminds me of the series of games with its silliness and fairly simple approach. Bad Press Reviews on release slated it for repetitive game play, poor graphics, bad controls, and sexist content.

I totally disagree on this – modern gamers just don’t get it. It’s a classic first person shooter, move and shoot through level after level, just with stunning looking graphics. Duke Nukem 3D was always full of bikini clad women and sexist attitude; it’s what gave the series a uniqueness – Duke Nukem Forever just takes it up a notch with better rendered women and ramping up the testosterone. It’s a tongue-in-cheek series meant for fun, meant for men.

Conclusion I am thoroughly enjoying Duke Nukem Forever. It is surprisingly one of the best modern games I have played – perhaps because of my love of older style gaming. It’s not perfect, but its a total blast. Come get some!