While you may or may not agree on whether it’s the series’ best, Duke Nukem 3D was still a very important milestone in first-person shooter history.
The legendary Duke Nukem 3D is coming to PS3 and PS Vita. Devolver Digital will be bringing over the game's Megaton Edition, which is already out on PC, and includes Duke 3D Atomic Edition and all three officially released expansion packs. Release dates are January 13 for North America and January 14 for Europe.
In this case quite literally, as artist Aram Bartholl explores in his exhibition called Hurt Me Plenty, which uses games like Duke Nukem 3D and Doom as a case study in perspective and immersion.
Happy birthday, Duke Nukem 3D! The shareware version of 3D Realms' legendary first-person shooter was released for MS-DOS PCs exactly eighteen years ago. And, just in time for the anniversary, Devolver Digital introduced online multiplayer for the updated Megaton Edition of the game; trailer for that above.
That and many other questions will not be answered tonight by the Geekapella crew's latest work, an a capella rendition of "Grabbag," AKA the Duke Nukem 3D theme tune. Complete with silly dancing.
The creators of Metropolitan Mayhem, an urban-themed level pack for Duke Nukem 3D, uploaded a brand-spanking new trailer for their mod, which came out in... March 2012. Odd timing. Still, there's "an hour's worth of oldskool entertainment" to be had, so if you've got Duke 3D and like the way this looks, dig in!
There's been alot of talk lately about the content of Duke Nukem Forever in comparison to Duke Nukem 3D and if it's really all that different... or worse.
Who is Duke Nukem, and why—after all of these years—are we still talking about him? One of our readers has described him as a "character that people actually love or hate. Or feel something about. As opposed to military personnel (1) and (1a)." In a sea of "blandness," according to the reader, the Duke is something…
Are you excited about the impeding release of Duke Nukem Forever? No? Well commenter Williagr thinks you should be, and he's going to tell you why in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
The return of Duke Nukem Forever has inspired a flash of Duke Nukem fever in at least one enterprising game maker, who is planning on recreating 1996's Duke Nukem 3D in the Unreal Engine.
That's right you can now play the original Duke Nukem 3D on your iPhone or iPod Touch. But would you want to?
Alex from, you guessed it, Bulgaria writes:
Reader Rezz Man (possibly not his real name) sent us a link to a YouTube video showing off two hidden Duke Nukem Forever screenshots hidden in the Xbox Live Arcade release of Duke Nukem 3D. The two shots are the last two pictures unlocked in the game's gallery. From the video description:
Here's here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and he's all out of gum! Duke Nukem makes his triumphant return to the gaming scene this week as Duke Nukem 3D this Wednesday for a measly 800 Microsoft points. The game features the tried and true gameplay of the original, along with 8 players co-op and DukeMatch games via…
3D Realms have released a trailer for the timey-wimey-rewindey XBLA port of Duke Nukem 3D. If you missed the news, it's the classic PC FPS given an XBLA tweaking with the ability to stop and replay the action at any point - like Braid but with more RPGs, lapdancers and probably-satirical porcine police officers. …
Tucked away in Gametrailers TV's latest episode: The announcement that Duke Nukem 3D hits Xbox Live Arcade on Sept. 24. This isn't an official Microsoft announcement — 3D Realms reminds you to watch Major Nelson's blog for the official confirmation — so there's a chance that date may move. No word on how many points…
In Friday's post about the Duke Nukem 3D XBLA port, we were pleased about the video sharing feature, but a bit puzzled over proposed 'time rewinding'. What, as Jerry Seinfeld will probably say if he becomes desperate for material, is up with that?