June 14, 2002

More Manhattan Project Reviews

The first review comes from Game Club Central. Here's a bit of what they had to say:

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is a fun action game that is full of the one-liners, bra-busting women, and pigs, pigs, and more pigs.

The game is fun, addictive, and you will not want to stop until you have completed the game.

With some decent visuals, addictive gameplay, and some of the funniest on-liners to date, Duke Nukem has entered 2002 without missing a step. Manhattan Project is a good action shooter that any fan of Duke Nukem shouldn't miss.

Next up is a review from Action Vault over at IGN, who really seemed to dig the game, which had this as a summary:

In a genre that has become increasingly saturated by tactical shooters vying to deliver stomach-knotting realism, it's refreshing to see a developer take a stand and produce a title which not only eschews current trends, but that offers an instantly accessible and enjoyable gaming experience. Rather than taking a retrogressive step, Sunstorm has managed to combine classic gameplay mechanics with pleasing visuals, to produce a fluid experience that bests what is found in many contemporary titles. For sure, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project's irreverent demeanor will not find favor with everyone.

Sunstorm has delivered a worthy homage to one of the action genre's most illustrious heroes.

There's also a review of the game over on Justgamers.com, but it's in German, so it's hard to summarize a review not written in English for us at 3D Realms. Yeah, you could use one of the web translators, but they don't work 100% accurately. Here it is if you want to check it out, too.

Posted by Joe Siegler on June 14, 2002 at 4:40 PM | Permalink
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