10 Reasons to Love Duke NukemMore Like This
10. He's a Hit with the Ladies
Duke Nukem has always been seen as the hero ready to rescue damsels in distress, though not with the politeness and charm that fairytales may have lead you to expect. He's in this rescuing game for one thing and one thing only, and generally he gets it.
9. He's Not Afraid of Anything
Duke Nukem is a badass, of that there is no doubt. But while this world is home to many badasses, few would be willing jump huge chasms, venture aboard alien space crafts and to take on beasts forty times their size. For our hero, this is all just a day's work.
8. He's been to the Moon and Back (and everywhere between)
After you've saved the world (over 12 times) the average day could seem pretty boring. Unless you're Duke Nukem, then your average day consists of
Duke Nukem ForeverDuke Nukem Forever has been in the works since 1997. Years of development hell. I've been waiting for it since I was about 10. It was the first FPS game I ever played on my dads Sega Saturn. After 14 years the king returns on may 3rd.More Like This
Why is this a big deal?
Why is this the "FPS that the world needs"?
Whats wrong with Call of Duty and Halo? (especially in terms of single player..)
They're too linear. Too simple. Too straightforward.
Don't get me wrong, I love Halo, but the reality is its just shoot a bunch of enemies while going through a straight path to the end. Duke Nukem 3D's levels (and other games such as DOOM) had complex levels, with puzzles to solve and multiple paths to complete the level. Hell the first level you could beat in 1 minute with a shortcut. There are over 24 levels in DNF and approximately 16~ hours of gameplay. That is like 2 and a half call of dutys. In one game. And this is only the singleplayer were talking about.
Aside from gameplay, the character himself, D