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Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
For your delight, we've posted two new movies of Duke's intro scene. They are big, honking moves (8.3 and 4.8 MBs each), but there represent the full intro. We'll post more about the game tomorrow after we've played a little more. Get some popcorn, Sugar Dadies, and Jujubees and enjoy.
For those who haven't heard, GT Interactive is gearing up to release yet another Duke Nukem title, Duke Nukem: A Time to Kill - and it looks promising.
Just when you thought Los Angeles was safe, from aliens anyway, D. Nukem is called to action again to defend Earth from another alien attack. This time, however, the aliens have developed new technology that enables them to venture through time in an attempt to enslave the human race... and Duke is gonna have to stop'em. Even if he has to travel endlessly through time.
Playing similarly to Eidos' Tomb Raider, Duke Nukem: A Time to Kill is a third-person shooter that enables gamers to take the role of Duke himself and travel through four different time environments including: Modern Los Angeles, Roman Times, the Old West, and Duke will even slap on a kilt and battle in the classic Medieval Era (the things Duke does to save humanity).
Warping through time does have its disadvantages, though. Instead of going on a 24-hour killing spree with a rocket launcher, you might have to resort to weapons of the time. For example, there are no rockets in the wild West, there are six-shooters and cowboy hats. And in ancient Rome, you won't find any shotgun shells laying around, nope, you'll find swords, togas, and chariots.