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Duke Nukem 64; February Game of the Month
Topic Started: Feb 2 2015, 09:37 AM (622 Views)
stinger9142
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Hail to the King, baby! Duke Nukem 64 is your winner. It has been nominated a lot over the last 4 years. Glad to see it win finally :yeah:

I thought it was a simple, funny, and easy game. I never owned it, but my best friend did. I borrowed it a couple of times. I enjoyed the bots on multiplayer, and the sometimes funny dialogue.
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Nuno
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Finally, the King gets the seat! :yeah:

Duke Nukem 3D was the very first game I ever played on a PC. It instantly became one of my favorite games of all time. Duke Nukem 64 them becomes one of the most cherished games in my N64 collection :)

Well built, funny, gory, amazing voice acting for a game of its time. I like it a lot!
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Ordered. Looking forward to playing it with you guys. :yeah:
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Really enjoyed this game back in the day. Not so much now as the humor doesnt seems so funny as when I was a kid (obviously). that being said keep meaning to add this to my :n64: collection
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DeeMoney
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Very good. I have never played the Duke Nukem on the :n64: , but just recently downloaded Duke Nukem 3D on the PS3. Played for a few lvls the other night. Plays very much like the old Doom games :yeah:
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Cabanon
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the lines in this game are simply too good and too funny

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stinger9142
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I used to have two way way back editions of Duke Nukem for pc. They were side scrollers, more like Contra. I bet whoever does his voice is a grizzled looking fellow :lol:
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Nuno
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stinger9142
Feb 4 2015, 07:52 AM
I used to have two way way back editions of Duke Nukem for pc. They were side scrollers, more like Contra. I bet whoever does his voice is a grizzled looking fellow :lol:
Nice versions also!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_St._John
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breeding_fear
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Really enjoyed the :n64: version!
Too bad there was so much controversy..
:n64: EUR PAL Games: 111/239
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Nuno
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What's wrong with controversy?
Are you Australian? eheh :dance:
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breeding_fear
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Nuno
Feb 5 2015, 06:00 AM
What's wrong with controversy?
Are you Australian? eheh :dance:
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Copy/paste from Wiki..


"Duke Nukem 64 is a censored port for Nintendo 64 and features a split screen 4-player mode. In-game music was removed, and many items were renamed to avoid drug and sex references. Some new lines of dialogue were recorded specifically for this version to remove swearing".
:n64: EUR PAL Games: 111/239
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Nuno
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Oh, yeah... that's a shame :(
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bolodero
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Duke Nukem 64 has the best singleplayer, but I prefer Zero Hour due to the very fun multiplayer. Trip mines, how I love them!
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