The lights are on
Duke Nukem II released 20 years ago for MS-DOS, and now you can relive Duke's 2D platforming experience on your iOS device. The game is $1.99, and you can grab it here. Developer Interceptor Entertainment, who is also working on the anticipated Rise of the Triad reboot, is promising Duke's first title a little bit later this year. The sequel was released first, because it's the better game of the two.
You can check out some behind the scenes footage for the game below, as well as listen to its newly updated theme.
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Haha, that's epic.
I played the first two when Duke 3d came out. They were on the Duke 3d disc with a ton of demos.
Duke II better than 1?
Not in my opinion.
This is really needed? Better yet -- people actually still want this so badly they'll put up with it being on iOS? Okay then...
It is just 2 bucks... Very cheap...
Oh yes, I don't see even high end PCs running that, I knew Ipods would overtake the PC market eventually ever since my 1st gen ipod nano ran tetris.
BLOW IT OUT YOUR A**!
lol sorry I just love that quote.
Pass. Never really like the series that much.