A digital sketch and a real sketch, a digital painting, a poster and a fake Magic card. From all these techniques comes five pieces of art that are all worthy a place in an art gallery, an art gallery featuring a Pop Culture exhibit to be exact.Declassify >
Retro Gaming Revisited
“Duke Nukem” and “Quake,” along with “Doom” and “Wolfenstein 3D,” are the forefathers of all first person shooters, but there was something special that set 3D Realms’ “M” Rated hero apart from the rest.Declassify >
As mentioned in the previous post, I recently beat Duke Nukem Forever – A game that essentially 15 years in the making eventually released with little critical acclaim, but one that should have been given it’s due. Duke Nukem Forever was not for everyone but, having beaten the game, I can say it was made for me as I fit into the 1% of gamers who can appreciate its greatness.
In all fairness, the lack of critical acclaim was due to its place in modern gaming and has no actual bearing on the game itself.Declassify >
I thoroughly enjoyed the game. Yeah, I bet you didn’t expect that. Hail to the King, baby! This game is great. It had everything in it, that made Duke Nukem 3D so iconic. It had guns, blood and gore, boobs and the classic dialogue that you expect from the Duke.
For a game that was in development for 12 years, you can’t blame them for taking some shots at themselves.Declassify >