Duke Nukem Forever

  • Duke Nukem Forever
55
Based on 40 scores, 56 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    26

Pros:

  • Old School Gameplay.
  • 10 Hours.
  • Voice Acting for Duke.

Cons:

  • Juvenile Humor.
  • Ugly Textures.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

It's my humble opinion that Duke Nukem Forever is a lackluster video game that piggybacked its way onto front page news solely because of its name. The game is boring, unoriginal and will likely only appeal to young teenagers or diehard Duke fans...

By Atomic MPC on 48

Forever feels like an...

By Expert Reviews on 40

He may have beaten the odds and made it to 2011, but Duke Nukem should probably have stayed in the 1990s...

By Computeractive on 40

Duke Nukem Forever is hard to recommend...

By FiringSquad on 72

Lo, what a long and winding road hath been tread! Duke Nukem Forever was finally released last month, which must be pretty surreal for anyone even remotely involved in the most drawn-out and convoluted development cycle of a game, ever. In case you...

By Tom's Hardware on

Duke Nukem Forever certainly doesn’t push the limits of a modern PC, and at medium details you’ll see very smooth performance with an $80 graphics card at 1920x1080. Increase the detail to maximum settings with anti-aliasing, and a $130...

By GamingShogun on

Duke Nukem Forever starts off 12 years after the events of Duke Nukem 3D – which, in case you have been living under a rock and did not know, also came out 12 years ago. Duke has basically become the king of Las Vegas after single-handedly...

By PCWorld India on 71

Duke Nukem Forever is an FPS that's been 15 years in the making and has been launched for the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3....

By GameZone on 45

As far as character is concerned, nothing has changed. Duke is still the same testosterone-raging, foul-mouthed booby-slapper that he was in the 90s. He is a gun-toting badass who treats women as objects, mocks our society, and gets off on squashing...

By Gaming Nexus on 23

Duke Nukem Forever is here, yet it fails on many levels. It's boring, looks dated, and the humor falls flat. Take a look at my video review of the game and hear why Duke is one game you should pass on.More On:Duke Nukem Forever Companies: Gearbox...

By Gamers Daily News on 65

Those who were into PC gaming back in the mid to late 1990s know exactly how much hype Duke Nukem Forever built up when it first started development. We were all told the successor to Duke Nukem 3D would be one of the most amazing games ever; if not...

By itreviews.com on 60

While much has been debated over the long gestation period, the essential facts are that playing Duke Nukem Forever is like watching a musician come out of a long retirement - great to experience some of the old hits but you can't help feeling...

By T3 Magazine on 40

Occasional glimpses of genius could be enough to keep the Duke going for a better...

By Techworld on

Duke Nukem Forever is being hailed in many quarters as an unmitigated disaster, which isn't really fair - but it's a deeply confused and patchy experience that conclusively fails to live up to the absurd level of...

By SiliconRepublic on

At the tender age of 13, I got my hands on Duke Nukem 3D and enjoyed it immensely. Yes, I was under the age for the 18+ certificate the game carried but that’s what made the game all the more appealing. The prospect of turning aliens into little...

By Bjorn3D on 70

On the positive side, the game did not seem to disappoint in terms of the gameplay and performance. Duke Nukem Forever offers a variety of different side games in order to distract the player from the main plot and provide a little bit of freedom...

By Game Chronicles Magazine on 63

Apparently I didn’t have nearly as much fun playing this game as Duke did, but then again, my review copy of Duke Nukem Forever didn’t come with two ditzy blonde twins to fellate me during the disappointingly easy final boss fight or any of...

By VR-Zone on 70

Ball of Steel Edition I was fortunate enough to get my hands on the Balls of Steel Edition of Duke Nukem Forever. This limited edition boxed set comes with myriad freebies and premiums, including dice, poker chips, playing cards, a 100-page art book,...

By Benchmark Reviews on

After a 14 year gestation, Duke Nukem Forever has finally arrived. Those of us who played the original Duke Nukem games after weaning ourselves from Doom and Quake have finally had our patience rewarded, but adding a little frosting to the cake is...

By NZGamer on 48

Expectations are a dangerous ruse in video gaming. If publishers set them too high they run the risk of guaranteeing disappointment. If they set them too low they waste an easy opportunity to get their game in the spotlight. Striking the right balance...