I'm With Leather | TOKYO, JAPAN: Game designers Goichi Suda and Akira Yamaoka step out. (Photo: Lockerz)
Duke Nukem Forever : The Kotaku Review Duke Nukem Forever begins in a casino bearing the Duke's name. While slowly making your way through this marble-clad tribute to a hero of decades past (I hesitate to use the word "fighting"), you'll pause to sign autographs. You'll get a blowjob. You'll control a remote control car. Twice. You'll complete a "puzzle", you'll do some platforming, you'll talk to some people and you'll even shoot some pigs.