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|In the realm where puerile plotlines and locker-room humor meet hardcore shooter action, Duke is king, and after a decade-long hiatus, the king returns in Duke Nukem Forever. With development completed by Gearbox Software for a 2011 release, the game incorporates many contemporary first-person shooter features, but the destructible surroundings, larger-than-life enemies, and high-adventure pacing are in classic Duke Nukem form.|
In a post-apocalyptic Las Vegas setting of crumbling roadways and toppled buildings, mission levels are stocked with grizzly pig-cop enemies, monstrous alien bosses, and plenty of hot babes in various states of undress and need of rescue. As he frags and gibs his way through each gory sequence, Duke rattles off an arsenal of deadpan one-liners to rival Arnold Schwarzenegger or Bruce Campbell in their action-flick heydays (as well as some that were probably lifted from their movies in the first place).
Available weapon set-ups include two-fisted pistols and the traditional shotgun, as well as more fantastical devices, such as the shrink ray that lets Duke squish enemies beneath his boot heels. Players can also get behind the wheel of vehicles they encounter in the game, and some sequences have Duke manning powerful stationary weapons. Along the way, story-driven character interactions allow players to express some of their innermost machismo urges.
After saving the world (in 3D) the first time (on MS-DOS, PlayStation, N64, and other mid-'90s gaming platforms), Duke Nukem disappeared -- or so the story goes. When the angry alien invaders returned, and tore into civilization with a vengeance, the great hero was nowhere to be found. When they started stealing away the planet's hottest babes, however, it was enough to bring Duke out of retirement and into the fray, with an "all out of bubblegum" sense of urgency.
Along with the full game and documentation, the extravagant Balls of Steel edition of Duke Nukem Forever comes packaged with several souvenir extras. Included are a hardcover art book, a full-color comic, a set of post cards, and a bust of Duke Nukem, with a numbered certificate of authenticity. The limited edition set also includes a pair of dice, poker chips, a deck of cards, a sticker, and a foldable paper plane, all bearing the Duke Nukem radioactive symbol logo.
|Game||Duke Nukem Forever: Balls of Steel Edition|
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|Game Series||Duke Nukem Series [First-Person]|
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when i purchased the "balls of steel" edition duke nukem forever, i was skeptical, as it was being panned by reviewers, and the price was dropping at the (lets call it G-stop) local g-stop (just a regular copy actually dropped to 10$ right after my purchase :p) as this was a christmas present, i was eagerly awaiting my gem of a gift, and when i got it, it was simply great..... in a odd sense, you reallyhave to know duke nukem to get the humor, and want a game that is over-the-top, and silly, as well as playable. and thats what i wanted for christmas (also got bulletstorm for te same reason) i
if your a fan of the "duke nukem" series, you will simply love it, or if your looking for a simply outrageous, "how can this be rated only M????", over the top game, this is the one, BUT PLEASE!!!!! NOTE!!!!! THIS IS A VERY V E R Y Mature game, and i would be leary of even letting 12-14yr olds playing it, as plenty of sexual themes are present almost always throughout the game.
the only con of it was that the graphics were good, and fair, but a little choppy in some places, but nice over all, and the voice work is more sill, and stupid, (for humor mostly) however the humor is ot for some, it is rather sexist, and sometimes very dark, but its up to the person to what is funny, i found it amusing.
but the game has great gameplay, and fun side elements like pinball machines, and random "ego boosts" to keep you gigling,
I DO RECOMEND GOING BALLS OF STEEL, as the price of the game is dropping, it mans you can "steel" it, (get a bargain on it xD) and get solid goodies, like a detailed and informational art book, and other assorted "stuffs" (again is rather sexual, but if you know duke nukem, or are a fan, its normal)
its a good game to give a whirl, if you like the "nukem" series, then you will love this addiiton, and i emplore oyu to go BOS like me, you won't regret it, but if you have never played DN games before, and maybe your a fan of bulletstorm, you should give it a whirl, it should be a sub-15$ price tag now adays, just remember to be loose about the game, take in ts silliness, and remember its a 10-20 game, and lets your self giggle, and just have fun, like i did. (AGAIN, this is not for kids, especiall the balls of steel edition, which dshould be obvious by its name xD)
this made my christmas, and is one of my favorite games,