Posted: June 24
A reasonable port of a classic FPS. Keep your quick-save key handy, don't forget the Mighty Foot, and make sure to leave V-Sync off for performance reasons. One play-through of the shareware episode of Duke Nukem 3D should make it clear just why this surprisingly complex shooter had fans clamouring for more. It's punchy, it's quick, it's sharp, and it still has some of the best level design seen in the golden age of first-person-shooter games. You'll be hunting for secrets, replaying your favourite levels, and admiring the scenery that still holds up well in this iconic mid-90s game.