Can't get enough Duke Nukem? (That's—I say, that's a rhetorical question, son, you're not supposed to answer it.) Well, good. Gearbox done whomped up even more DLC for the game.
Give the devils their due, despite a withering, almost universal critical rejection of Duke Nukem, Gearbox Software and 2K are earnest in their post-release support, pumping out a DLC extension back in October. Of course, this stuff isn't free. For $9.99/800 Microsoft points, you get extensions to the game's singleplayer and multiplayer modes. They are: