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|The classic shooter is back with new content from its original creators.|
It's hard to believe, but Duke Nukem 3D is already twenty years old. Gearbox Software, which currently owns the IP, was hardly likely to let such an important anniversary pass without comment, and there's no better comment than a fresh new release with new extras.
Headed to gamers on October 11, 2016, Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary Edition World Tour will carry an MSRP of $19.99. It is headed for both Xbox One and Windows PC, and will include the following "all-new" content:
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|Dinoracha - September 04, 2016 (12:07 PM)
And it'll still be likely to make me motion sick as sin.
|overdrive - September 04, 2016 (03:20 PM)
When this is translated to the Mac, I'm so all in. It's been a while since I've gone through this one.
|EmP - September 04, 2016 (07:16 PM)
I have written a cringe song that I will preform to a clearly embarrassed audience about this news shortly.
|Nightfire - September 09, 2016 (08:38 PM)
I played way too much of this game when I was growing up. It's a shame what ultimately happened to the franchise, but any way you slice it, Duke3D was still an amazing game that is definitely worthy of being remastered like this. $20 seems like a reasonable price tag, too.
|hastypixels - September 24, 2016 (11:11 PM)
A rating for a game that predates ratings. This was my first multiplayer experience.
Dagnabbit I feel old. Am I the only one who buys re-releases because of questionable ownership of the originals?