Spoofs have been rife in entertainment for decades, and are usually spawned on the heels of an enormously successful intellectual property. That applies to films, to books, and inevitably applies to games. Back in 1996, Duke Nukem 3D came on the scene and brought character and pizzaz to a genre that was as wooden as Pinocchio’s bollocks.
It was a game that changed the way we look at the first person shooter genre forever, and had critics and fans singing its praises like a choir of sexually aroused revolutionists (pixel nips and triangular tits are way better than your 2011 curves!) So it was inevitable that someone would come along, put a spin on all of that and make their own concoction of carnage.