Britxbox: Duke Nukem Forever Review

Andy Gardiner writes: "With a personality so big and an ego to match, the sequel to Duke Nukem 3D was always going to have to be huge in every department. After so many years in development, a lot has changed since Duke's day, but surely this won't stop Duke stomping all over the competition and urinating on their rotting corpses.

Duke Nukem Forever is like a small child that wants its parent’s undivided attention. And the way they think they will get it is to be naughty or crude. Like a child who does this, you soon realise that it doesn't work, it may well be funny at first but eventually it gets annoying and maybe it's time for Duke to be sent to his bed to think about what he has done."

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