3D Realms is back, and that can only mean one thing -- Duke Nukem. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem II, 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment have announced a upgraded re-release of the '90s game for iOS devices.
"Before Duke Nukem 3D, before the sunglasses, before the one-liners, and before the strippers - many gamers never knew there was another incredible alien ass-kicking Duke game, a cutting-edge game for its time that still holds up 20 years later," Scott Miller, CEO and co-founder of 3D Realms states.
Check out the tounge-in-cheek trailer telling us about some of the game's key features, such as "smooth side-scrolling action," "insane VGA graphics," and "256 eye-popping colors." Throw in 32 levels into the mix and you can this strong dose of testosterone-pumping nostaglia for a cool $1.99. It looks like it could be fun, but will a retro 2D, non-line dropping Duke be enough to erase the memory of, you know, that other game, and get fans playing Duke Nukem again?
For 3D Realms' sake, let's hope so.
Duke Nukem II iOS << Interceptor Entertainment [Interceptor Entertainment]
|3:45 PM on 06.14.2013|
Zombie survival title How to Survive was a real gem
In EKO Studios' How to Survive, you'll travel from island to island, monitoring hunger and sleep meters, crafting items from junk you find lying around and, oh yeah, taking down zombies with a bow or machete. The whole u...more
|6:14 PM on 06.12.2013|
The Division has me absolutely giddy right now
Tom Clancy's The Division is to E3 2013 as Watch Dogs was to E3 2012. It's the game at the show that has a ton of buzz around it, as everyone realizes that it's built around a genuinely cool concept. At the same ti...more
|1:40 AM on 06.12.2013|
Scram Kitty is an anti-gravity war against mice in mechs
You thought all that talk about paying attention to indies was just lip service, and that Nintendo wasn't going to follow through on support? You thought wrong! Nintendo is loving the indies at its E3 booth this year! Mario ...more