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Duke Nukem Forever- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 85 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action and single player gameplay. There are some critical comments about the story and design, while there are some mixed comments about the controls.

value for money, single player, action

gameplay, multi player, graphics, design, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Duke Nukem Forever- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 85 reviews)

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

 

Duke Nukem Forever can be summed up pretty easily. It's 12 year old gameplay with 7 year old graphics all for $60.

Send your comments to the author og@original-gamer.com article id: 2520 | poster: OG var disqus_shortname = 'originalgamer';var...

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

 

Duke Nukem Forever ? He came to kick ass and chew bubble gum, and he's all out of relevance.

Plastic case can be used to hold a different game or used as coaster

What's in the plastic case, originally

There's going to be a part of you that wants to buy it just for nostalgia. Some part of you will want to hear Duke's voice saying something stupid, tongue in cheek, as he finishes off a bad guy. Do your best to fight against this urge, because it leads...

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Duke Nukem Forever

 

Duke Nukem Forever isn't trying to provide the same experience as other blockbuster games, though. It's trying to be something different and you'll either appreciate that or you won't. Just don't expect a purely conventional outing. There are familiar...

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Duke Nukem Forever

 

The development of Duke Nukem Forever has been anything but easy. The original development team, part of 3D Realms, had been working on the game since 1997, suffering budget cuts and staff reductions before eventually being disbanded in 2009. A handful...

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Duke Nukem Forever Review for the PS3

 

This took 14 years? Seriously?

Multiplayer is clean and fun; Controls are quick and responsive; Occasionally funny one-liners

but too stupidly chauvinistic overall; Stages are too basic and unremarkable; Limited weapons list, only the standards; "Hot" digital girls are anything but hot; Dated in almost every way

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Duke Nukem Forever (PC) Review

 

15 years in the making, Duke Nukem Forever finally arrives.

Hoo boy. 15 years later, and it's finally happened: Duke Nukem Forever has been released, the sequel to one of the most popular shooters of all time, Duke Nukem 3D. Over the years we've seen delays, multiple versions, lay-offs, and legal battles, but...

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Duke Nukem Forever

 

A crude and charmless sequel makes a long-overdue debut.

The play is beside the point, though. There’s a place for trash: Violence, gross-out humor, and the cheapest sex you can find, a.k.a. the 13-year-old-boy Holy Trinity, can produce great entertainment. Or even art—just look at GWAR or No More Heroes....

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

 

I like to think of Duke Nukem Forever as the game that has single-handedly changed gaming forever, not necessarily in a good way, but in a way that has changed the way we work in this industry.

Nostalgia-filled experience ; We finally get to play it

Graphics are a hot mess ; Dated gameplay mechanics ; Third act falls flat ; Still feels rushed

I like to think of Duke Nukem Forever as the game that has single-handedly changed gaming forever, not necessarily in a good way, but in a way that has changed the way we work in this industry. I have never seen so much press about a game, and to be...

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

 

The bland and ugly Duke Nukem Forever turns a famous gaming icon into an embarrassment.

It's fun to shrink enemies and stomp on them

Long, boring platforming and driving sections ; The shooting lacks impact ; Ugly visuals and jerky frame rates ; Short levels separated by long loading screens ; Fails to be shocking, sexy, or funny

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

 

Say it ain't so, Duke. Say it ain't so.

Lots of old school heart and soul; main campaign is fun; more pop culture and video game references than an episode of the GameSpy Debriefings

Poor design decisions; laggy multiplayer; graphically unimpressive; annoying difficulty spikes; takes a while to get going; long console load times

And that, as insane as it sounds, is the crux of the matter: Duke Nukem Forever feels like it was rushed out the door. So many of the design decisions are poor, so much of the maps are unbalanced (going from uneventful to extremely difficult in a...

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