questionsdo you want duke nukem?

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I own it. It is getting a pretty bad rap, but I am enjoying playing it. It is by no means a revolutionary game, just a standard game. The reason I got it was to experience Duke Nukem again, and his tacky, crude humor.

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I don't want it.
Eventually, I imagine I'll borrow it from a friend or buy it on the $10 rack, but there's no way I'm paying $50 for something I consider a cult classic where I'm not part of the cult.

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and that is the main reason i'm interested in it at all. I have fond memories of my old Wolfenstein/Duke Nukem days. it doesn't look like a game i would enjoy playing, but i wouldn't mind taking a trip down memory lane. I'm considering a gamefly account, and if i do that i'm sure i'll rent it at some point. i do love tacky crude humor (and nudity, which i'm pretty sure this game will have) :)

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I got it from Gamefly. Going to start playing it tonight.
I played the demo so I know what's to come. I wasn't planning on it redefining gaming. It's Duke Nukem.
I don't care about the graphics as long as I have fun while playing.

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Perfect bargain bin game. Want to play it for nostalgic reasons, but doesn't look nearly good enough to warrant anything close to full price.

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@novastarj: IMO, few games are worth the $60 they make you shell out near release. I think in time, this game will be recognized as being unique and people might pick up on the cheap like you said.

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@czarkingkaiser: The new Alice: Madness Returns game is. If you buy it new you get a code to download the original American McGee's Alice.
2 games for the price of 1.

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American mcgee's was awesome, i may be getting the new one

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Absolutely no interest on the Duke Nukem front (even before reviewers started skewering it), but the new Alice game has caught my interest/attention span.

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Nope. Unless it is for free. Nah no thanks, changed my mind

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Anyone else feel that the gameplay is actually NOT as good as Duke3D? Too much annoying stuff (like the toy RC car level), and not enough running around shooting pigs :(

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@w00tgurl: Interesting article, although it is itself dated. Dated 2009, to be more specific; at that time we really believed that DNF would never be released...

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I tried the demo was mostly just annoyed. It ran poorly, the rain was unpleasant, the supply drop mechanic was a little goofy... It'd have been better if they had adhered to the old school shooter style. Serious Sam has always been a "Better Duke" to me.

I might pick it up when it's on Steam for $2.

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I'll wait till the price drops ridiculously on steam. Not a fan of the series and bad reviews, so waiting won't kill me. I'm just curious abouyt the game

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@wickedd365: I'll have to look into that. Love the two-fer-ones.

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I want it as much as I want to watch Fonzie jump over the shark ...

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@novastarj: Agreed with the bargain bin comment.

As a bonus, since DN: Forever has been a blessing for bringing the price of DN:3D down to near-free on 360 arcade. That's the game to play; time well spent on DN:3D. I'm not prepared to spend 60 on any game, let alone Duke.

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I recently downloaded that crack of the original Duke that works on Windows. Been having a great time going back and playing all those original levels. Those alien bas@@#@@ are going to pay for shootin up my ride!