Actually yeah, he could save me. Once the real war starts, I am gonna be playing Duke Nukem on my iPod touch like it is a life and death situation, and nobody will mess with me because they will think I am already crazy. And NOBODY messes with a crazy person with something shiny and metal in their hands...
...and welcome to MacRumours. Where the real warriors are...
I don't think anybody would ever accuse Duke of being a hero. You seen what he is capable of doing to strippers, uhhh... exotic dancers?I heard that Duke tells a lot of hard words during his game... I tell You something - I'm not saying a word in game about me, but I'm a greater hero than he is!
It doesn't run that great on the 3GS. There are times when the framerate doubles (walking into the corners of rooms with not many textures) and then the framerate halves when there's a lot going on.
The controls aren't great but it is touch screen FPS
Very nice memories of a wasted youth come back
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Too bad there's no multiplayer... Back in the day we installed it on the office PCs and played after work... I have fond memories of my coworkers' screams as I shrunk/stomped, froze/shattered, remote-detonated, and laser-trip-wired their asses
But for $3, I didn't hesitate... Even if the controls suck, it's worth it for the comedic nostalgia.
Yeah, thats what I was saying... Not much of a hero. It is up to you to protect the strippers. But the game is an awesome example of our generations obsession of excess violence and debauchery. And I love it. And the strippers do deserve to live...They are just women... And they all deserve to live! And he doesn't behave like a hero... I don't like this guy anymore