Duke Nukem: Time to Kill (1998)

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The interior of the strip club known as Bootylicious changes drastically from the opening FMV to the actual in-game scenes. In the opening FMV, the club floor is completely flat and has a large stage with four poles and five dancers on it. During actual game play, the club has a raised seating section with a smaller stage with half the poles and less dancers. See more »

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[Duke talks to the female hooker]
Hooker: Turn off the light and I'll show you the meaning of pain!
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Follows Duke Nukem II (1993) See more »

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Bridging the gap between great games past and great games to come
29 July 2002 | by (Cheltenham, England) – See all my reviews

The Ultimate Alien A$$ Kicker is back, and back in time. We have seen Duke Nukem as a 2d platform, and as a 3d first person. This is the reason the hardcore Duke fans buy a Playstation. This time we get to see Duke in the third person, so we can see his array of period costume as he travels through time on a typical Duke alien gore orgy.

Although being a Playstation game, the controls are inferior to similar games such as Tomb Raider but to be honest: did you really expect Duke to be as nimble as Lara Croft? And besides Duke has much bigger weapons to carry about! This is a nice stop gap between the awesome Duke Nukem 3D and the rather aptly named Duke Nukem 4ever (to program)on the PC platform. If you liked 3D, then you can't afford to miss this!


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