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Developed by: Sunstorm Interactive, Inc. - ARUSH Entertainment (2002) - Side-Scrolling Shooter - Rated: Mature
The Duke is back, in classic form. Though the definitively macho hero first came to life for many gamers in the ebullient Duke
Nukem 3D, the original Duke Nukem game was a more simple 2D shooter. Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is a return to those
roots. Though presented in three dimensions full of high-poly characters, rich textures, and realistic lighting, this 2002 release
was developed by Sunstorm Interactive to play like a traditional action-packed side-scrolling shooter.
There are more than 25 uniquely dangerous mutated enemies hell-bent on making a meal of him. Whether it's Uzi-sporting
alligators or ten-foot ball roach beasts - Duke's in town to blast bad guys and save babes. Sure, pipe bombs, a machine gun, a
rocket launcher and a pulse cannon are gonna make a goo-filled mess in the Big Apple, but what's a hero to do?
An uncomplicated control scheme suits the straightforward gameplay. Duke battles his way down the linear platform paths with
characteristic panache, spouting aggressive one-liners of questionable taste, keeping an eye open for hot babes and blasting
through an abundant assortment of baddies with an arsenal of overly ambitious weaponry. At the end of each mission level, a
status screen lists important statistics such as number of kills and secrets discovered.
From the Manufacturer: Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (PC Games, 2002) Gaming's king of action returns in an all new
adventure, this time in New York City. When we last saw our hero, he was dishing out smoking barrel justice to some well
deserving alien bastards. Meanwhile, Duke Nukem's archrival Proton has been working with elementary particles to develop a
new radioactive power source. There's one unfortunate side effect of this substance -- it mutates living creatures that it comes
into contact with, often with hideous results. After an entire subway car of rush-hour commuters is mutated into a pen of
half-human, half-pigeon victims, the government decides to call in Duke Nukem to 'take out the trash', and stop Proton once and
for all. Mutants of every kind are thrown at Duke as he chases down Morphix through eight huge environments and avoids the
green slime called GLOPP that is causing all the chaos. Help Duke Nukem blast his way through New York City to stop Proton and
his evil henchmen.
Special Features: Fast-action 3rd person platform gaming in a rich 3D environment; Dynamic, zoomable camera gets you close to
the action and shows Duke battling it out; from many different angles; Eight huge New York-themed missions; Nine powerful
weapons; True Duke Nukem action and attitude, great weapon effects and sarcastic one-liners.
|Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: ARUSH Entertainment
Release Date: May 15, 2002
Developer: Sunstorm Interactive, Inc.
Rating: ESRB: M (Mature)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 / XP I
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project [Jewel Case] [PC Game]