Duke Nukem Forever: The Kotaku Review

Kotaku - Duke Nukem Forever begins in a casino bearing the Duke's name. While slowly making your way through this marble-clad tribute to a hero of decades past (I hesitate to use the word "fighting"), you'll pause to sign autographs. You'll get a blowjob. You'll control a remote control car. Twice. You'll complete a "puzzle", you'll do some platforming, you'll talk to some people and you'll even shoot some pigs.

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Baka-akaB2310d ago (Edited 2310d ago )

Once everywhile , even Kotaku can be right ... the game is very mediocre and subpar .

There is no defending it , the original duke nukem wasnt mediocre looking . Only a few games looked better , and that include a masterpiece like Quake . Any fps of the last decade looks better

The original game had a tight gameplay and wasnt some outdated non stop parody and gimmick fest .

If undecided , you're better off at least playing some serious sam hd collection

theEx1Le2310d ago

A really good review of the game imo, normally not inclined to read anything from Kotaku either but this review describes everything about DNF. Good read.