August 14, 2002

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Reviews

The September issue of Computer Games Magazine is out on the stands now, and in it is a review of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project. They give the game their Editor's Choice award - here's part of what they had to say.

While the game itself is strong, and evokes a sense of nostalgia, the Duke stuff does it even more - you hear Duke say all your favorite lines.

...we get Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, a side-scrolling potty-mouth action fest worthy of the Duke.

It's fun all the way through and sold at a budget price.

A much-maligned genre, 2D platform games quickly grew pass� with the advent of 3D. Even Mario & Sonic won't go there anymore. Which only makes this game more impressive, especially for those wondering how a modern platform game built with 2002 tech would play.

If you want to check out the entire review, you'll need to pick up the September issue of Computer Games magazine.

Posted by Joe Siegler on August 14, 2002 at 10:05 AM | Permalink
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