Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (2002)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Comedy  |  17 May 2002 (USA)
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Duke Nukem returns to his platforming roots in this throwback to his earlier games. This time, Duke fights his way across New York city's towering skyscrapers and through its gritty subway ... See full summary »

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Duke Nukem returns to his platforming roots in this throwback to his earlier games. This time, Duke fights his way across New York city's towering skyscrapers and through its gritty subway stations on the hunt for power-hungry villain, Mech Morphix. Mutants of every kind are thrown at Duke as he chases Morphix through eight large environments and avoids the green slime called GLOPP that's the cause of all the chaos. Written by unknown

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Duke Nukem Manhattan Project - great sequel after Duke Nukem 3D & before Duke Nukem Forever
21 May 2006 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

I got this game a few month after its release. At first, I started to remember, how I played previous Duke Games to feel the game, then I got more and more progress in "kicking ass" job. Hell, it was great fun after beating "those freaking aliens" back in 1996!! Some levels were really tough, but I swear I NEVER used any cheat to get through. Just after five months I managed to finish all skill levels and found all those Nukes and about half of secrets. I was very pleased to know, that there are bonuses you get, when you finish each skill level with all Nukes. And to say why I didn't cheat: I just didn't have Internet at that time and I really hate to read anything, even magazines about games.


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