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Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior, and other classic shooters 60% off

No words can describe the awesomeness of our new weekend offer! No, scratch that. There are some words. "Pew, pew!". There, all done, thank you very much! Our Apogee Action Weekend promo described in nine characters (including the exclamation mark and space). Big guns, small guns, laser guns, gunpowder guns, single-barreled guns, double-barreled guns, triple-barreled guns, quadruple--oh, you get the idea. All things shooty. Five action-packed FPS games, three rampage-ready platformers, and one fast-paced space-fighter sim, all for your explosive pleasure and blazing satisfaction. There are some great action heroes on our roster, this weekend. Let's put two of them in the spotlight.

The Bishop of Badassdome, Duke Nukem, is mostly known as the star of his classic 3D FPS game, aptly named Duke Nukem 3D. His career, however, began with two classic run-and-gun action-platformer flicks, simply known as Duke Nukem 1+2. Once a platformer character, always a platformer character--one might say. After making his blockbuster FPS, Duke decided to go back to his roots. That's how Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project came to being. In this severely underrated gem Duke reprises his role of a platform-jumping hero, as he takes on hordes of twisted mutants menacing New York. Each and every one of these titles can be yours for only $2.39!

If you think that Duke's famous one-liners are awesome, brace yourself, because you've heard nothing yet. Lo Wang is Mr. Nukem's counterpart of unspecified Asian origin, and he's the most talkative ninja-kung-fu-samurai-sushi-karate-type person in the history of games. This controversial star of Shadow Warrior Complete is always ready to mock his enemies in ways that will make you blush. No, really. Hearing some of his lines will make you wonder how did the devs ever got away with them. Maybe nobody noticed over all that amazing FPS action? Find out for yourself, for only $2.39!

Even more things go "pew, pew!", "ka-bang!", "woooosh!", and "BOOM!" in our weekend offer. Go right ahead to the Apogee Action promo page, and find out for yourself!

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Well it's matter of taste. Themes and colors in Code of Honor gets better as game progress, in my opinion changes to more creative and consistent than Duke3D, in Enter the Wang they can be slightly questionable and various in terms of chosen colors and design.

I got Duke Nukem 1+2 and while Duke Nukem 2 is better both games are highly enjoyable even considered first one dont have music, have simplified graphics and PC Speaker sounds. I have fun with them and those words coming from a guy who never played them back in these old days. While Manhattan Project looks better because is 2.5D it can't be considered as canon, and these two are Duke origins.
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HenitoKisou: Well it's matter of taste. Themes and colors in Code of Honor gets better as game progress, in my opinion changes to more creative and consistent than Duke3D, in Enter the Wang they can be slightly questionable and various in terms of chosen colors and design.

I got Duke Nukem 1+2 and while Duke Nukem 2 is better both games are highly enjoyable even considered first one dont have music, have simplified graphics and PC Speaker sounds. I have fun with them and those words coming from a guy who never played them back in these old days. While Manhattan Project looks better because is 2.5D it can't be considered as canon, and these two are Duke origins.
It just seemed too gritty to me, but to be honest I haven't played much of the main campaign. In Duke 3D I find the palette cleaner with more contrast, giving the colors a nice pop. Could be considered a little more cartooney as a byproduct I guess. But it plays well and that matters above all else. One of my favorite games is Quake II and that's just different shades of grey, green, and brown :D
So when's the DOSBox emulators of Blake Stone Aliens of Gold + Planet Strike and Rise of the Triad gonna be updated to 0.72 to 0.74 or to put it this way; the installer version from 1.0 to 2.0?
Well I bought everything except the second Blake Stone game. The first is actually decent, though I don't think strafing is a separate key :(