75-90% off Duke Nukem 1+2, Duke Nukem 3D, Balls of Steel, Manhattan Project.
The Duke. Men want to be him, women want to be with him. The manliest of men, the ultimate male role model. He’s been kicking ass on GOG.com for years, but on December 31 2015, Duke has to step out to get more bubble gum. On that day, all Duke Nukem games on GOG.com will be removed from our catalog, but we are in talks with the new rightsholders to bring them back as swiftly as possible. That’s why we bid you a farewell for now, Duke: with every Duke Nukem game at 90% off as a bundle, or -75% individually.
The Duke’s humble beginnings lie with Duke Nukem 1 + 2, two explosively cool run-n-gun platformers where Duke kicks his very first alien ass, travels in time, and authors “Why I’m SO Great” – a retrospective and autobiography. All in the year 1997, a dystopian near-future.
Years later, on January 29, 1996, our time: Duke makes history. Total meltdown follows the release of Duke Nukem 3D in which we finally see the world through the man’s eyes. It’s a world of pornography, violence, and candid obscenity. Duke’s world. And we are entranced. By the campy risque, and by the unadulterated joy of Duke’s violent adventures and one-liners.
Then, for years Duke rides the hype-train: in 1997, we behold his Balls of Steel – a pinball game warmly welcomed for its smooth, realistic physics and plenty of Duke on the side. In the year 2002, Duke goes back to basics in Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, a modern 3D sidescrolling platformer that’s nothing if not a fun and mindless pleasure.
This is not where the Duke Nukem legacy ends, but it is where we part ways – for now. So …read more
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