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Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour

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Frag like it’s 1996 – this time with even more asses to kick! Join the world’s greatest action hero in Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour as he saves Earth once again, kicking alien ass and saving babes across the globe along the way. Blast your way through hordes of ugly aliens in four classic Duke Nukem 3D episodes plus an additional ALL NEW FIFTH EPISODE from the game’s ORIGINAL EPISODE DESIGNERS with NEW MUSIC from the game’s ORIGINAL COMPOSER and NEW Duke Talk from the ORIGINAL VOICE of Duke Nukem. • ALL-NEW Episode FIVE, created by the original episode designers, Allen Blum III and Richard “Levelord®” Gray! • New, bonus content in Episode 5: Duke Nukem finally gets a INCINERATOR to roast new “Firefly” enemies! • New “Duke Talk” plus high-fidelity re-recordings from Duke Nukem’s original voice actor, Jon St. John! • New musical score for Episode 5 created by Duke’s theme song author and original game composer, Lee Jackson!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Very few people are going to see this, but I need to let it out.
I got my first PC in 97 as a kid, it was a DOS machine with a bunch of (illegal) stuff preinstalled by friendly IT dudes. One day I stumbled upon a directory named DUKE3D/ and ran some random BAT file that came up first. It contained one level worth of a game, which I replayed for days until I mustered up the courage to call the IT dudes and ask if they knew how to finish the level. They said I should run dn3d.exe instead; the batch file was only loading some random custom map that had no exit.
I played the real thing and it was amazing. But more importantly, my 11 year old brain learned that exploring different .EXEs was rewarding. I tried everything, and soon came across build.exe, the level editor made by Ken Silverman. (25 years later I still remember the name; he authored the Build engine used in multiple classic games, was very much part of the Carmack/Sweeney S-tier of 90-s game programmers, but apparently gave the middle finger to corporate life).
Build.exe came with DN3D (Atomic Edition?) and let you design and run maps. It wasn't the most friendly piece of software (google "build.exe duke"), but I was as dedicated as 11-year-olds can be, so I printed out the 120-page-long manual and spent months making custom levels. My parents didn't get it. To make it worse, pressing ENTER to switch between 2D and 3D views in the editor made the screen go blank for a second, and my parents were totally convinced I was hiding porn every time they walked by. It wasn't easy.
A couple years later I got my hands on Half-Life and progressed to Worldcraft, later renamed "Valve Hammer Editor" (since v3.4, I guess?). Then CS became a big thing and I spent ~4 years making CS and CS: Source maps. After a while I was doing textures, models, sounds, ran a dedicated website and collaborated with other folks building mods for Valve games. It was fun.
Eventually I decided to study IT, dropped out a few years in, and co-founded a gaming studio that went on to make some commercially successful games. We won some awards, made some money, and opened some doors. It changed my life in every way. Among other things, I got to meet some of the OG CS level designers in person, as well as other prominent figures like Peter Molyneux (Civ was the other formative game for me).
Since then, I've bought DN3D on every platform it launched because it was so crucial in launching my career. I know GB, RG and the rest probably aren't getting a penny out of this, but it makes me feel better. And I'm sure they're okay, anyway.
Toss a coin to your level designer or toolkit coder. They might be changing some lives.

Review from Steam

Give us megaton edition back you greasy bastard

Review from Steam

randy is a greasy bastard

Review from Steam

rip megaton edition

Review from Steam

Let me start out by saing I'm totally fine with this rerelease. Duke Nukem 3D is a great game and deserves the attention, HOWEVER...
We had the magnificiant Megaton Edition on Steam already, and it was killed off - along with Duke 1, Duke 2, and Manhatten Project. I've been unable to play Megaton in multiplayer with friends because it's no longer for sale. Please bring them back so we can have more games and more choices - because Megaton Edition is better in many ways.

Review from Steam

Most fun you'll have with your clothes on.

Review from Steam

This is a certified Randy Pitchford moment. If you wanna buy this, get EDuke32.

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