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#Duke Nukem

Tour de 64: Duke Nukem: Zero Hour

Great, what am I supposed to use, harsh language?

Duke Nukem 64 must have put up decent sales numbers or something, as here we have what was a brand-new Duke Nukem title created exclusively for the Nintendo 64. Changing perspective from first-person to third-person, Zero Hour more closely follows the gameplay conventions of the PlayStation games than its Nintendo 64 predecessor. Although I prefer first-person to third-person, this game is still a solid adventure that spans many time periods, though its multiplayer mode switches to first-person for its frantic action.

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Tour de 64: Duke Nukem 64

So bad to the bone, he doesn't need music.

Following in the footsteps of the likes of DooM and Quake, the PC release of Duke Nukem 3D offered similar alien-busting action with an added layer of raunch, swears, and spoofs. The Nintendo 64 version of the title brings with it a few additional features and levels, but at the same time heavily censors the content. Removing most of the personality from a game that sold itself on its attitude and mature themes results in a bit of a dull shooter, as its design leaves something to be desired.

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Duke Nukem Forever - The Doctor Who Cloned Me Trailer

With both single and multiplayer content, this DLC is available on PC and PlayStation Network for $9.99, and for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE.

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Duke Nukem Forever DLC Arrives Next Week

Titled, Hail to the Icons, the DLC adds new multiplayer modes and maps.

Gearbox will be releasing DLC for their latest and controversial shooter, Duke Nukem Forever. Releasing next week, on October 11, Gearbox community manager, Chris Faylor, revealed that those in the First Access Club will receive the DLC for free. Everyone else will need to pay the $10 or 800 Microsoft Point entry fee if they intend to experience the latest for the King.

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

After well over a decade in development, this game has to be great. Right?

Let’s hop right into it – rather than bestow upon you some longwinded story about the timeline of Duke Nukem Forever, I’ll start with a bold statement about the finished product. It’s a complete mess. After well over a decade of development, the game shows the absolute turmoil it lived in for a great many years. Rooted in old shooter design, but grafted to a modern shooter system, Duke Nukem Forever feels like the worst of both, with a hefty dose of potty humor thrown in that so often falls flat. Duke Nukem Forever has already been a joke for years, and even now that it’s finally released, a joke it will remain.

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Live Stream of Duke Nukem Forever at 8:00pm EST

We've got our hands on a review copy of Duke Nukem Forever!

PixlBit has received a review copy of the perennially delayed Duke Nukem Forever! It's rated M for Mature, so please only watch if you are over the age of 17. Duke Nukem Forever has Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Nudity, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, and Use of Drugs and Alcohol content descriptors from the ESRB. We at PixlBit can also be prone to vulgarity, so consider yourself forewarned. For those curious, our copy of the game is for the Xbox 360.

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April Fools '11 - Review: Duke Nukem Forever

I can't put the game down.

Literally, I'm typing this with one hand, as I hang out in virtual strip clubs blowing up anyone who gets in my gun's sights.

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