It took 14 long years, but gamers can finally get their hands on 'Duke Nukem Forever'.
For those born after 1996, it's the sequel to 'Duke Nukem 3D', a raunchy, violent, but critically acclaimed and popular first-person shooter. It followed 'Doom', but took the genre to another level; instead of a generic Martian base, it's set in Los Angeles. Instead of brown, dreary corridors, you could interact with everything from toilets to pool tables to strippers. And instead of a faceless, mute space marine, it starred Duke Nukem: A man who looked like the result of throwing every 80s action movie star into a blender, with a set of one-liners ripped from all of them.
So when developer 3D Realms announced in 1997 that a sequel was on the way, fans rejoiced and waited eagerly.
14 long years later, 'Duke Nukem Forever' is finally available. But is it worth the wait? FULL POST