my sentiments exactly. most people complaining r doing so because of the whole weight of expectation(12 years..oh my!). that just isn't fair..sure the game's short...but as DABhand said...Duke Nukem games were never meant to be graphical master-pieces(so many graphically awesome games have been utter trash). its a lot like Bullet Storm only less prettier...off-the-cuff adult entertainment. games r supposed to entertain( although the meaning of entertainment does differ from person to person)...don't be a critic...be a gamer. it is quite playable.
[Edited by saurabhfzd, 6/16/2011 12:58:47 AM]
ALA-****ING-LUYA someone who finally gets it with games. i agree 100% its an enjoyable game on its own rights so people should stop *****ing about it and just play.
after all we all know what happens to whinners around the duke *wink*
And on that front, they did one hell of a job. Completed it for the first time without the trainer on the hard difficulty, and i have to say i thoroughly enjoyed it, excuse me for not giving a that it's been advertised since 1998.
Hell.. I'm glad it came out now, and not back then. Very worth my £30, and now I'm off to cheat my way through it at double speed and with big head mode enabled, on the hardest difficulty
agreed, modern gamers are like spoiled children expecting all new games to be flashy in HD, with deep character and plot development and realistic game physics and start throwing a temper tantrum when it isn't, sure this game is flawed, but its been in development for nearly a decade and a half and changed developer hands half a dozen times or more, is it realistic to expect consistency in a game after that. And sure the gameplays inconsistant, but it's like a mashup of a bunch of excellent gameplays that work well together in DNF.