Duke Nukem Forever
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Duke Nukem Forever is finally here! Put on your shades and prepare to step into the boots of Duke Nukem, whose legend has reached epic proportions in the years since his last adventure. The alien hordes are invading and only Duke can save the world. Pig cops, alien shrink rays and enormous alien bosses can’t stop our hero from accomplishing his goal: to save the world, save the babes and to be a bad-ass while doing it.
The King arrives with an arsenal of over-the-top weapons, non-stop action, and unprecedented levels of interactivity. This game puts the pedal to the metal and tongue firmly in cheek. Shoot hoops, lift weights, read adult magazines, draw crude messages on whiteboards or ogle the many hot women that occupy Duke’s life - that is if you can pull yourself away from destroying alien invaders. With hours and hours of over-the-top single player action, and a range of bodacious multiplayer modes, rest assured knowing the fun will last. Duke Nukem was and will forever be a gaming icon, and this is his legend.
Ego, and then Some: Step into the shoes of Duke Nukem, the steroidal One-Man Army who never fails and always gets the Babes.
Bust a Gut: Duke pulls no punches. He does and says the things you are thinking. Duke’s constant stream of hilarious one-liners throughout the game will have gamers rolling.
World Interactivity: Spend as much time as you want shooting hoops, lifting weights, playing pinball, pool, air hockey, and slots.
Scale & Variety: This game has it all; packed with explosive FPS action, outlandish settings, driving, and puzzle solving — gamers will never tire of the endless FUN.
Multiplayer Like No Other: Duke re-envisions classic modes of play in his own hilarious and humiliating way. Shrink your opponent and squash him with your foot. Freeze and shatter him. Attach explosives to his back. Roll a pipe bomb between his legs, or just frag him old-fashioned with a rocket.
this should never have seen the light of daydamienjameswebb | Feb. 20, 2014 | See all damienjameswebb's reviews »
the big issue with this game is that the way we play games has changed over the years and this style of humor and game play is just not the top market anymore. so, when it was announced that the Duke would make a return, a lot of people were expecting just a really raw, dirty, testosterone powered FPS (the kind we play now-a-days).... what people got was a classic Duke Nukem style gameplay with a new glossy coat of paint.... really... that's it. the graphics ARE GOOD. but i just couldn't do it.... the stupid campy style of acting and gun play worked well for me when i was younger.... but now it just felt like it was trying too hard to be something that it already was at one point, and trying to get NEW players into the mix who just didn't understand the type of humor that existed in the early 90's didn't work well for them.
sorry, but i'd rather play the classics than this dolled up garbage.
It is a great gameKatsumihD | Feb. 9, 2014 | See all KatsumihD's reviews »
This game was planned for like 14 years and was finally released. So many had high expectations and hated this game as it came out,because it was more fun and a parody of the old games. The story is okay,the graphics are nice and the multiplayer is pretty funny,especially with some friends. If you have some money get this game and enjoy it,don´t get a negative perspectiv of something you did not try.
Duke Nukem The Return of the Kingmulletov | Dec. 27, 2013 | See all mulletov's reviews »
This game gets a lot of hate and I can understand why. Yes most fans had to wait over a decade for it to finally release and by the time it eventually came out, the world had moved on. I played Duke Nukem 3D back in the 90s on a 486DX2 PC and it was awesome at the time and I was a fan. I knew about all the delays for DN Forever but I was not sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for its eventual release like hardcore fans. I picked up this game fairly cheap and enjoyed every moment. There's a lot of variety here from driving a monster truck to being shrunken down to a miniature Duke and platforming out of tough situations. Go in with low expectations and you will have yourself a great time. Go in with the mindset that most of the gameplay was probably planned out back in the 90s and they just gave it a shiny new coat for present day tastes. This game is extremely playable and enjoyable. If you like Serious Sam, The Expendables, and Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, this is right up your alley. Consider it a throwback to the simpler times of FPSes. You can just turn off your brain and blast everything in sight.
Not a bad game, just too high of expectationsmugaro | Dec. 24, 2013 | See all mugaro's reviews »
People were expecting this to be the revolutionary, genre changing game that DN3D was, and it was just an average, linear modern style FPS game that didn't take any risks. For that, it got a lot of hate, most of which I'll say is undeserved.
The SP campaign is pretty straight forward and very linear. You get extra health, or ego, by doing certain stuff like lifting weights or playing pinball. It has the standard modern FPS layout: regenerating health, 2 weapon system (though you can make it 4 in options), checkpoints and no keycard system. A lot of the game is based off of potty humor and pop culture references, but people forget that DN3D did the same thing. The enemies are all aliens, a few boss fights here & there.
Give it a shot, it's not as bad as people say it is. There's a free demo on steam, look past all the hate and rate it for what it is.
Not as bad as people saycommanderhavoc | Dec. 6, 2013 | See all commanderhavoc's reviews »
Sure, DNF was in development hell for over 10 years, but it is still a fun shooter at its core and does provide some of that infamous Duke Nukem humor that we've grown up with. The world is once more in danger from an alien invasion and it is up to the Duke himself to stop these alien scumbags from kidnapping all the chicks and dominate the world. And of course, Duke will have plenty of weapons to fight this threat and even at some points get shrunk to a very small size like in Duke Nukem 3D. There's also a single player DLC for the game that takes place directly after the ending of the main game and features the return of an old enemy of Duke. Too many gamers had too high expectations for the game and that is why it has been so hated by many, I personally had a lot of fun with it.