On June 14, 2011 the long-anticipated Duke Nukem Forever finally hit the market, drawing the gaze of many gamers. Taking a quick glimpse at the new game and comparing it with the 14 year old Duke Nukem 3D, players will find the changes quite pleasant. Aside from the obvious changes in graphics, Duke Nukem Forever has been integrated with completely new gameplay dynamics seen in the latest shooters, such as Crysis 2 and Bulletstorm. The players are now not only limited to a direct confrontation with the enemy, but rather will have to utilize the surrounding environment to make it through various parts of the game. In addition, the users are provided with a larger set of options to choose from when playing Duke Nukem Forever. The game offers both a single player mode as well as multiplayer."
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