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[Nintendo] Duke Nukem 20th Anniversary World Tour Switch $6.49 on eShop

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[Nintendo] Duke Nukem 20th Anniversary World Tour Switch $6.49 on eShop

It has been released yesterday and is at 50% off for a while. Although it has been much cheaper on PC in the past, it's still a really low price for a portable version. I can confirm that the Switch port is basically perfect, I don't have a single issue with it. And you just get so much content.
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It's funny because this game is really hard and yet starting a level over never gets old at all.

It's sad when you realize that a single level of Duke has better level design, more replayability and more secrets than an entire next-green shooter.
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Thanks OP. Picked this up and I'm enjoying replaying the first level 1000000 times :P

(I've been pampered the last 15-20 years)
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Duke Nukem has been around for more than 20 years hasn't it?
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SizzleChest wrote: Duke Nukem has been around for more than 20 years hasn't it?
The 3d one was in 1996, right? I remember the old side scroller dos games from the early 90s or maybe even late 80s.
Having grown up with it, i literally dont see the appeal. It always just felt like an edgy, less polished take on doom(or commander keen for the side scrolling games).
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Scott86 wrote: The 3d one was in 1996, right? I remember the old side scroller dos games from the early 90s or maybe even late 80s.
Having grown up with it, i literally dont see the appeal. It always just felt like an edgy, less polished take on doom(or commander keen for the side scrolling games).
Ya, I think 3D is the one I remember playing. I recall it being more fast paced than Doom and definitely more edgy/funny.
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Scott86 wrote: The 3d one was in 1996, right? I remember the old side scroller dos games from the early 90s or maybe even late 80s.
Having grown up with it, i literally dont see the appeal. It always just felt like an edgy, less polished take on doom(or commander keen for the side scrolling games).
It was the secrets, interactivity, personality, and overall parody of 80s and 90s action movie muscled heroes and one-liners.
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Poutinesauce wrote: It was the secrets, interactivity, personality, and overall parody of 80s and 90s action movie muscled heroes and one-liners.
Yup, when you just want serious demon killing you played Doom. When you want one-liners, interactivity, cool gadgets, handing money to strippers, using toilets to get health etc., in addition to killing aliens it’s Duke 3D.
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