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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 526d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Duke Nukem II Review

Pocket Gamer: Ageing can be a painful process - particularly for those who were once venerated for their youthful energy.

Just ask any number of sports stars, actors, or musicians who find themselves on the scrap heap after an initially promising career.

Sadly, such a process also tends to befall our video game heroes. While some 'do a Mario' and age gracefully, others 'do a Sonic' and lose it completely. (Duke Nukem II, iPhone) 5/10

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