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  • Duke Nukem 3D
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  • A l'époque des dieux de la mythologie Dans un Los Angeles post-apocalyptique, Des seigneurs de la guerre, et des rois de légendes envahit de boîtes de striptease, de cinémas porno et de fast-foods, Un pays une terre en plein désordre demandait un héros. Alors survint Xéna, Duke Nukem une prestigieusex princesse , soldat intergalactique issue du coeur des batailles. Combat. Passion. Danger. Par son courage, Xéna Duke Nukem changera la face du monde.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is a first-person shooter developed by 3D Realms and released by GT Interactive Software in 1996. The story features the protagonist Duke Nukem fighting against an alien race. It contained many of the same features as Doom, although the atmosphere of the game is different: Duke Nukem 3D incorporates a fair amount of humor mixed in with moody, largely urban or industrial themes.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is the third game of the Duke Nukem series, and the most famous of the Duke franchise. Unlike the previous installments, it's a First-Person Shooter. It was the most controversial of the installments, due to its portrayal of women and erotic elements. The game also got several console ports, such as Duke Nukem 64, (Nintendo 64) Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown (Play Station) and versions for Sega Saturn, Mega Drive and, recently, Xbox Live Arcade and mobile platforms.
  • Duke Nukem 3D (kurz Duke 3D) ist der dritte Teil einer Computerspiel-Reihe der Firma Apogee und wurde am 29. Januar 1996 von 3D Realms veröffentlicht. Es handelt sich bei diesem Spiel um einen Ego-Shooter. Die ersten beiden Teile der Spieleserie, Duke Nukem und Duke Nukem 2, sind Jump 'n' Run-Spiele. Duke Nukem 3D hat mit diesen nur den Protagonisten Duke Nukem gemein.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is a first-person shooter computer game developed by 3D Realms and published by Apogee Software. It was released on January 29, 1996 for the PC. It is a sequel to the platform games Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II published by Apogee. An expansion pack, Plutonium Pak, was released in November 1996. Duke Nukem 3D features the adventures of the titular macho Duke Nukem (voiced by Jon St. John), who fights back an alien invasion on Earth.
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  • Englisch
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Thematik
  • Science Fiction, Invasion durch Außerirdische
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  • 18
Info
  • In Deutschland indiziert.
Release
  • 1996-01-29
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  • Duke Nukem 3D
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  • 3
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  • A l'époque des dieux de la mythologie Dans un Los Angeles post-apocalyptique, Des seigneurs de la guerre, et des rois de légendes envahit de boîtes de striptease, de cinémas porno et de fast-foods, Un pays une terre en plein désordre demandait un héros. Alors survint Xéna, Duke Nukem une prestigieusex princesse , soldat intergalactique issue du coeur des batailles. Combat. Passion. Danger. Par son courage, Xéna Duke Nukem changera la face du monde.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is the third game of the Duke Nukem series, and the most famous of the Duke franchise. Unlike the previous installments, it's a First-Person Shooter. It was the most controversial of the installments, due to its portrayal of women and erotic elements. 3D is set after the events of Duke Nukem II, as Duke returns to Earth to celebrate his victory over the Rigelatins. However, his space shuttle is shot down by an unknown force, and he is forced to crash land in Los Angeles. He quickly finds out that an army of aliens is in the process of invading the city, and have turned all members of the LAPD into grotesque pigmen-monsters, while abducting women left and right. Duke decide to take matters into his own hands, and starts to repel the alien invasion, street by street. The game is packed with non-linearity; the player could take shortcuts to the end of the level and find secrets, and there were plenty of usable things, such as hydrants, fountains (which regenerate health) and light switches. While this is nothing new in our era, at the time of its release, a fair amount of these elements were a novelty. As an early FPS, it has plenty of weapons (such as kicks, pistols, shotguns, chainguns, rocket launchers, pipebombs, wallmines, and even shrink rays and a freeze gun) and items. (Medkits, night vision goggles, steroids, a hologram device, a scuba gear and protective boots among others) Oh, and it also has a Multiplayer mode. It was also among the first FPS to use the z-axis and is still one of, if not the, best at integrating it into the majority of gameplay, rather than the occasional sniper and hidden target. 3D has seen a handful of Expansion Packs, with only one of these (Plutonium Pak) being made by 3DRealms. It added a new weapon, (the Expander) two new foes, and a fourth episode, where it's discovered that the aliens were capturing women to produce Queens, which can gave quick birth to alien drones. The Updated Rerelease, Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, included both the retail game and the Expansion Pack. Three official themed level packs made by 3rd party developers were released for the game; Caribbean: Life's a Beach, Nuclear Winter, and Duke it out in D.C.. The level packs featured themed pallette swapped weapons (i.e. a super soaker instead of a shotgun in the Caribbean pack), palette swapped enemies (i.e. Pig Cops wearing hulu skirts or Santa outfits), a couple new enemies (a bouncing dinosaur life preserver in Caribbean and uzi-wielding feminist elves in Nuclear Winter), and one new boss (Santa Claus in Nuclear Winter). The game also got several console ports, such as Duke Nukem 64, (Nintendo 64) Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown (Play Station) and versions for Sega Saturn, Mega Drive and, recently, Xbox Live Arcade and mobile platforms. On October 13, 2010, an officially-sanctioned indie next-gen reimagination of the game called Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded was announced. It will use the Unreal Engine 3. There isn't a release date as of now. As of September 24, 2011 it has been put on indefinite hold due to legal issues (some fairly asinine), which was met with much backlash from the Duke Nukem fan community. It is probably safe to assume that the game has been canned. This thread may lead to some rather curious insight.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is a first-person shooter computer game developed by 3D Realms and published by Apogee Software. It was released on January 29, 1996 for the PC. It is a sequel to the platform games Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II published by Apogee. An expansion pack, Plutonium Pak, was released in November 1996. Duke Nukem 3D features the adventures of the titular macho Duke Nukem (voiced by Jon St. John), who fights back an alien invasion on Earth. Reception of Duke Nukem 3D has been largely positive. Reviewers praised the interactivity of the environment and the humor within the game. However, the game's erotic elements and portrayal of women have incited controversy.
  • Duke Nukem 3D is a first-person shooter developed by 3D Realms and released by GT Interactive Software in 1996. The story features the protagonist Duke Nukem fighting against an alien race. It contained many of the same features as Doom, although the atmosphere of the game is different: Duke Nukem 3D incorporates a fair amount of humor mixed in with moody, largely urban or industrial themes.
  • Duke Nukem 3D (kurz Duke 3D) ist der dritte Teil einer Computerspiel-Reihe der Firma Apogee und wurde am 29. Januar 1996 von 3D Realms veröffentlicht. Es handelt sich bei diesem Spiel um einen Ego-Shooter. Die ersten beiden Teile der Spieleserie, Duke Nukem und Duke Nukem 2, sind Jump 'n' Run-Spiele. Duke Nukem 3D hat mit diesen nur den Protagonisten Duke Nukem gemein. Duke Nukem 3D bietet trotz des Namens kein echtes 3D, sondern nur eine verbesserte Version eines 2D-Raycasters. Sie ermöglicht auch die Darstellung von schrägen Flächen und das Nach-oben- bzw. Nach-unten-Schauen. Diese Art der Darstellung wurde gelegentlich als 2,5D-Darstellung bezeichnet. Es stellte gegenüber dem zu der Zeit weit verbreiteten Spiel Doom einen gewissen Fortschritt dar.