Duke Nukem 3D in real facts

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Collection of Duke Nukem 3D facts

Duke nukem 3D facts

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  1. Duke Nukem 3D was released January 29 1996, developed by 3D realms.
  2. This was the third game in the Duke Nukem series, the previous 2 were 2D platform games.
  3. In the Nintendo 64 version most of the sexual references were removed. For example, the dancing girls are wearing a lot of clothes and the porn shop is changed to a comic shop.
  4. The character is a homeage to 80s/90s action heroes, like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallon.
  5. Believe or not, but the fact is that it was the first game to feature working mirrors.
  6. 3D Realms managed it with 8 people (13 at the most when the team was really stretched), and a budget of $300,000. Even factoring in inflation, that’s a paltry budget for a game that revolutionary.
  7. 3D Realms originally envisaged it as a first-person side-scroller.
  8. To this day, the famous voice behind Duke Nukem’s famously iffy one-liners – Jon St. John – considers the character the defining role of his career.
  9. Duke was something of a catchphrase thief. His famous saying “kicking ass and chewing bubblegum” and “hail to the king”come from the horror films They Live (1988) and Army of Darkness (1992), respectively.
  10. In the chapter “site 3”, one of the stone tablets represents the cover of the original doom
  11. In the Mac version of the video game, typing in DN1984 on the first level will print
  12. In level 2-8, Lunar Apocalypse-Lunar Reactor, there is a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. You can find a dead Luke Skywalker hanging upside down at the back of a cavern

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