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Retrospective: Duke Nukem 3D

PlayTM writes:

"For a brief moment, forget Duke Nukem Forever and the trials, tribulations and false starts of 3D Realms' presumed-doomed twelve year project. Cast aside the ever-populist morbid fascination with Duke's disappointments and hark back to 1996, the year Take That went their separate ways and Michael Bay's action opus The Rock was released. It was a glorious age, one where it was excessively cool to suffix games with '3D'; a little trick the movie industry has recently rediscovered over a decade later. And whilst Quake would arrive six months down the line and revolutionise the aesthetics of my childhood, Duke Nukem 3D's brash antics, flamboyant design and overtly gratuitous destruction would capture my heart."

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