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Fact: It was impossible to be a PC gamer in the '90s and not be intimately familiar with the voice of the alien-hating, stripper-loving Duke Nukem. But what if we lived in an alternate world where Duke's voice wasn't quite so gruff and grimy? What if we lived in a world where lines like, "Half man, half animal, all dead," "I'm an equal opportunity ass-kicker," and "So many babes, so little time" were brought to life by the dulcet tones of the man with the cough syrup voice, Morgan Freeman? Well, let's just find out. Warning, very Nsfw language is found in both the below videos: Not a bad Morgan Freeman impersonation, right? Of course, the real Duke Nukem was voiced by Jon St. John, who is no stranger to the gaming...
- Peter Hall
I’m sure you’ve heard about Fifty Shades of Gray by now. The book is an international bestseller and just topped 50 million copies sold, further proof that reading alone isn’t a sign that someone is an intellectual.
Now, before you ask, “But what does this have to do with video games, Chaz?”, calm down and think for a moment. Have I ever lead you wrong? No, that one time in Guam doesn’t count.
Well, last weekend at ConnectiCon 2012, the guys at Team Four Star had voice actor Jon St. John read a few passages for us as Duke Nukem. The only problem is that I don’t know if I find the results to be more hilarious or horrifying.
I’m going to go ahead and call this one Not Safe For Work.
Check it out below.
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- Chaz Neeler
2 items from 2012
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