Duke Nukem II (PC) | Mini Review!
Slick movement, responsive controls and great combat. New selection of weapons.
Big health bar instead of one-hit kills and no lives.
Luscious colours and great artwork. Runs smoothly.
Challenging, non-linear levels, occasionally with new objectives to mix things up. Checkpoints are available, too.
Catchy, upbeat soundtrack by Bobby Prince. Satsfying sound effects.
Still can’t save mid-game, need to reach a new level.
Even with the on-screen map, flying enemies can appear without warning to hurt Duke.
Some bullet-sponge enemies with insanely quick reaction times.
Levels can be a bit confusing at times.
Items that give points are still useless.