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

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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)
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The President (voice) (as Julio Cedillo)
Cameron Cobb ...
Captain Dylan / EDF Voices / Generic Males (voice)
Jennifer Green ...
The Twins (voice)
Ian Sinclair ...
EDF Voices (voice)
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EDF Voices / Talk Show Host / Crusty Old Dude / News Reporters (voice) (as Chris Sabat)
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Generic Males (voice)
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Generic Males (voice)
Ric Spiegel ...
Generic Males / News Reporters (voice)
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Females (voice)
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Females (voice)
Arantxa Franco de Sarabia ...
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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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Always bet on Duke!


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Trivia

The first sign that Duke is still unconscious when he's at his strip club and a reference to Portal (2007) is that the lap dancer at the beginning of the level promises a lap dance and cake for completing a task. In Portal (2007), cake is promised for completing a series of tasks. It's only later revealed by writings on the walls that "the cake is a lie." See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Duke Nukem: I'm back, baby!
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References Die Hard (1988) See more »

Soundtracks

Say Hello To Angels
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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By Ratcat - Your IMDb source for 3D playability
6 April 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

3D works quite well to the point where you don't have to download any patches a la Helix or others. NVidia (sorry I don't do A.M.D)suggest you go to advanced video options and turn off "post special effects". Though 3D is great it isn't superb like some earlier games like Crysis 3 with full area 3D. Depending on the game not only is your hand piece

  • (that with which you kill enemies) at the front of the screen and


quite pleasantly 3D to the point where it protrudes out from your monitor and hangs above your keyboard! but you can look out into the distance quite literally in full 3D!Like you are standing in a hallway and looking way down into it. OK that's enough for my attempt at 3D worthiness. Sadly you only get partial 3D depth as to distance perspective. Graphically the Devs have done well to present shiny textures and lots of fun via nude X rated CGI. AS to the story and re-playability well, This is definitely worth playing once only for the length of time waited since Duke version one. There are plenty of gags, tits, and puns but nothing to make the mature gamer want to come back for more.

Email me if you would like a game reviewed for its 3d worthiness - ratcat17@hotmail.com


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