Duke Nukem 3D (iPhone Application) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... witticism's have survived the transition to the new platform in tact and will still bring a smile to your lips, although the ... more
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by - written on 17/01/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
In the absence of the now terminally delayed Duke Nukem Forever, fans needing their fix of the wise-cracking, alien-killing beefcake could do worse than turning to this latest iPhone game. Whilst it might not be a new game as such (it is a port of the very first Duke Nukem 3D game from around 1997), it's still a lot of fun. One of the many Doom clones that flooded the market in the early days of the First Person Shooter (FPS), Duke Nukem stood out because it didn't take itself seriously. You might be playing the traditional role of a hard-ass who has to save his city from the hordes of invading aliens, but the wise-cracking Duke makes a fun companion to do it ... Read the complete review
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