Not even then. Definitely not best to play to it after playing Duke Nukem 3D.Seriously? I've only read negative reviews, saying you should only play it if you've played the other games.
lolwut? I've heard nothing but negativity.Strange, I've seen a lot of positive reviews about the game from critics and fans.
From what I read, that's most reviewers' main gripe. Apparently it tried to blend decade old game mechanics with ridiculously out of place new mechanics. WTF is up with the regenerating health anyway? I think it's pretty clear that the developers where sitting on their asses for 10 out of the 11 years it took to make this.And you missed the point.
Play Duke Nukem 3D. Then look at Duke Nukem Forever. They're radically different games. DNF is nothing more than the Duke Nukem world slapped with the Halo engine. Even more obvious when Duke's Mighty Boot, his signature melee attack, is NOT in the game and replaced with a typical gun smack.
DNF is obviously more of an attempt to modernize Duke with today's shooters, rather than sticking to what the Duke Nukem games are good at.