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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.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jon St. John ... Duke Nukem / Guy on Throne (voice)
Chloe Clark-Soles Chloe Clark-Soles ... Little Jimmy (voice)
Jennifer Ibarra Jennifer Ibarra ... Duke Cave Computer (voice)
Bruce DuBose ... General Graves (voice)
Julio Cesar Cedillo ... The President (voice) (as Julio Cedillo)
Cameron Cobb Cameron Cobb ... Captain Dylan / EDF Voices / Generic Males (voice)
Jennifer Green Jennifer Green ... The Twins (voice)
Ian Sinclair ... EDF Voices (voice)
Christopher Sabat ... EDF Voices / Talk Show Host / Crusty Old Dude / News Reporters (voice) (as Chris Sabat)
Jason Douglas ... Generic Males (voice)
Todd Upchurch ... Generic Males (voice)
Ric Spiegel Ric Spiegel ... Generic Males / News Reporters (voice)
Lydia Mackay ... Females (voice)
Farah White ... Females (voice)
Joey Franke Joey Franke ... Bathroom Girl (voice)
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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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Official Sites:

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Duke Nukem Forever See more »

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When Duke awakes in his strip club after being knocked out in the Duke Dome, if the player is uncertain if he is imagining being there or is actually there they can confirm that he is still unconscious by going to the room with the security terminal ("Exit - Employees only" door easy to find) by the terminal on the desk is a constantly spinning-top a reference to Inception (2010). In that movie Leonardo DiCaprio's character uses a spinning-top to confirm if he is still dreaming as in dreams it constantly spins. See more »

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Duke Nukem: I'm back, baby!
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References Mad Max (1979) See more »

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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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A promising game that should've had so much more
1 December 2018 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

Ever since it's release in 2011, it has been hailed as one of the biggest letdowns in gaming history. And while I do agree to a certain extent, this game still does have some promise and highlights. The visuals are pretty good, the gameplay isn't that bad (more on that in a bit), the missions, while a bit lackluster, can still be fun, and Duke Nukem is still the sly, but lovable narcissistic alien killer fans of the series come to expect. But, despite these high points, I'm not going to act like this game is great when it sure as hell isn't. As I said, the missions are lacking in comparison to previous games, as they, while may still be enjoyable somewhat, seem to be lazily put together this time around. The controls are also a bit on the clunky side, as Duke just doesn't seem to have transitioned to the next few generations that well. The gameplay is fine if you expect him to control like he did in the older games. But, compared to everything else in this game, the controls just don't really work that well. The level designs are pretty tedious and just not that fun to explore. The missions are the only thing tethering the design when it comes to it feeling passable, but as I said, the missions aren't anything to write home about either. So, overall, this game is just okay. Not good, not bad, but okay. It BARELY brushes against passable, but that's only because of Duke Nukems charm and great presentation. The thing that really makes this disappointing to me, as well as other people, is the fact that this game took 15 whole years to develop. No, that's not a typo. 15 years. This was originally just gonna be a sequel to Duke Nukem 3D, but had endless delays until it finally came out in 2011. After all that time, many would expect the game to be outstanding and well worth the wait considering that 2K has been working on it for a decade and a half. But, the game turned out to be just a complete letdown that has way to many problems to recommend to any fan of the series, but not enough problems to be completely avoidable. Despite what many may say, this isn't necessarily a bad game, as I'm sure some people not familiar to the series may get a kick out of it, but, at the end of the day, this is just a promising game that should've had so much more. For those reading, just know what you're getting yourself into before playing.


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