When the aliens come back for vengeance they hit Duke where it hurts, by drinking all of his beer, and abducting all the hot women. Duke, the icon is set back into action and this time it's... See full summary »


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Cast overview:
Jon St. John ...
Duke Nukem / Guy on Throne (voice)
Chloe Clark-Soles ...
Little Jimmy (voice)
Jennifer Ibarra ...
Duke Cave Computer (voice)
Bruce DuBose ...
General Graves (voice)
The President (voice)
Cameron Cobb ...
Captain Dylan / EDF Voices / Generic Males (voice)
Jennifer Green ...
The Twins (voice)
Ian Sinclair ...
EDF Voices (voice)
EDF Voices / Talk Show Host / Crusty Old Dude / News Reporters (voice) (as Chris Sabat)
Generic Males (voice)
Generic Males (voice)
Ric Spiegel ...
Generic Males / News Reporters (voice)
Females (voice)
Females (voice)
Arantxa Franco de Sarabia ...
Additional Voices (voice)


When the aliens come back for vengeance they hit Duke where it hurts, by drinking all of his beer, and abducting all the hot women. Duke, the icon is set back into action and this time it's more personal. Some new but many familiar weapons, and crude humor alongside huge bosses, new elements such as shrunken duke in an RC car take us to a new place while still maintaining the old charisma Duke fans remember and have waited so long for. Written by James Carter Leach II

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Did You Know?


The game started development in 1997, using the Quake 2 game engine. After missing an unofficial late-1998 release date (the company has always claimed "When It's Done" as an official release date), the company decided to restart the production of the game with the Unreal engine. Since then the game switched publishers, engines, and release dates multiple times, until it was finally released in 2011. The game now holds the record for the longest time a single video game has spent in development, clocking in at 14 years. See more »


[first lines]
Duke Nukem: I'm back, baby!
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Guitars/Vocals: Dustin Shroud
Guitar: Raymond Benitez
Drums: Benjamin Benitez
Bass Guitar B Arrangement: Kevin Sparks
Produced and Engineered by: Aaron Kemkaran
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User Reviews

Fun and entertaining... but maybe too hyped...
12 June 2011 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I just have played this game quite a lot, still haven't finished it yet but I have already killed the three or four first bosses which means I'm fairly long into the game. (I have no idea how long this game really is.)

Anyways, on with the bad things first: Okay, I do understand that games usually force you to watch the first intro videos et cetera because it took them a lot of time to do and they want to show it to you, but even so you usually are able to Esc them away the second time. Well in DNF it seems like you are forced to watch every single cut-scene, intro, character introductions and so on every single time. This game isn't Final Fantasy so it really kills the game a bit. Even in Max Payne you can actually fast-forward the cut scenes or press Enter to quit them instantly.

Second bad thing is that I haven't found any way to save your progress, you simply ONLY have save check-points, which is stupid. My brother first played the game for about the second boss, then I wanted to start a new 'game' and had to play from the beginning all the way to the part where my brother left it off at. Let's say we are in the final boss and then someone starts a new game... well you just got f'ked. And you have to play through the whole game again.

Things like these really kill the re-playability, I REALLY don't think I can bother playing this game over one more time, because whenever a cut scene comes in, I would probably just go take a dumb or something to wait over the time...

However, the good parts, well they are all there, plenty of them. Finally we got a game for people who like to explore and goof around, basically after every action scene you will come into a room filled with games (maybe as a reward?), and you can gain your Ego boost bonuses by playing mini-games; beat the high-score in Pinball, clean a table of Pool, throw a basketball into the net, lift weight, beat a guy in air-hockey etc. I probably wasted 20 hours or something just on these silly mini-games, really love them. But of course, there's also plenty of Shoot 'em up moments, and half-naked girls.

Another fun thing is how the environment affects the gameplay, like you can shut down the lights and the poor girls will get afraid of the darkness... though, if you are that guy who likes to SPEED-RUN through games then you will probably miss out 80 % of the fun.

I will give this game a solid 7 because it really is super fun to play this through, the 3 numbers away from a 10 is because of the re-playability, why screw a otherwise good game over with non-skip-able scenes.

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