First hands-on with Duke Nukem 3D XBLA

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 26 August 2008 07:31 GMT

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Shacknews has posted what’s apparently the first hands-on with the XBLA version of Duke Nukem 3D. From the piece:

Trading in keyboard and mouse for trigger and analog stick, I was relieved to see how well it’s held up. It’s still an enjoyable FPS, an innovative game that even today is worth playing for the first time. To have it ported to the smoothest multiplayer platform in the business, and updated with new features and bonus content, will be a real treat for Duke virgins and veterans alike.

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