August 13, 2002

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Reviews

Over the last week, we were alerted to a new, and quite good review of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project over at the site. They appeared to really love the game, here's a bit of what they had to say.

Duke's world is both attractive and functional, without being over-demanding on the hardware front and overwhelming sound wise.

You don't need ninja-like reactions to play the game, but if you do have them, Duke can accommodate. After all, he is a hero.

The graphics and sound are as good as you could want without disrupting the fun.

Head on over to ukgamer and read the entire review. If you still haven't purchased your own copy, you can do so by clicking on the buy it graphic above, or you can download the free game demo to check out the first episode for yourself. You can also check out the official Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project website for info, screenshots, movies and more! Don't forget, the registered game CD comes with a level editor so you can make your own DN:MP game maps!

Posted by Joe Siegler on August 13, 2002 at 10:00 AM | Permalink
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