Duke Nukem 3D
Duke Nukem is a berk. Never invite him to a party. He'll drink all the booze, shag all the tot and blow away everyone else with his cliched jne-liners and cigar smoke. The nan is undoubtedly an arse. On the other hand, this game (based on his legendary exploits) is peachy, and now that it's on budget there is absolutely no reason not to own it.
The question is (or was): is Duke better than Quake? Well, it's certainly different. The many levels are varied and colourful, populated as they are by pigcops and go-go dancers. Original weapons, such as the shrink ray, make Quake's weapons look like the dullards they are. For the discerning multiplayer, the game, while not as satisfying as Quake, is spiced up by CCTV cameras and other objects d'art.
Bad points? Well, it's those alien scum - they're more comical than scary. OK, they're sprite based, but that's no excuse. So is this better than Quake? Nah. Just better value, especially for single players.
The game allows full 3D movement. You can swim and jetpack your way through levels. Levels also contain earthquakes, collapsing buildings, and subways. When you shoot aliens, blood will splat on the walls. If you shoot them with gernade launchers, their body parts will come flying off. Duke can also shoot bottles, break vending machienes.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode