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Duke Nukem 3D

Duke Nukem 3D (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Tags: Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi
Developer: Lobotomy Software
More Platforms: Genesis, PC, Xbox 360


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Duke Nukem 3D review (PC)

Reviewed November 02, 2007

Rob Hamilton says: "In the first two levels of this game’s first scenario, Duke takes refuge from the alien-infested streets in such wholesome places as an adult movie theater and strip club — where he can get tit shows from the pole dancers while making leering comments that make me think “drunken, seedy uncle” more than “savior of Earth”. God, Duke’s great!"
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