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  1. Marcus Estrada

    3D Realms Anthology Includes 32 Classic Games

    Back when people were just getting their first PC, 3D Realms were pumping out an impressive amount of video games. They started small and grew as series like Duke Nukem and Commander Keen grew in popularity. 3D Realms has now returned and their first order of business was to release a 3D Realms Anthology for $19.99. This digital only box set includes 32 games set to run on modern Windows machines. Here is the complete list of games: Alien Carnage Arctic Adventure Bio Menace Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold Blake Stone: Planet Strike Commander Keen: Goodbye Galaxy Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure Crystal Caves Death Rally Duke Nukem Duke Nukem 2 Duke Nukem 3D Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Hocus Pocus Major Stryker Math Rescue Monster Bash Monuments of Mars Mystic Towers Paganitzu Pharaoh's Tomb Raptor: Call of the Shadows Realms of Chaos Rise of the Triad: Dark War Secret Agent Shadow Warrior Stargunner Terminal Velocity Wacky Wheels Wolfenstein 3D Word Rescue Weirdly, it doesn't appear that the 3D Realms Anthology includes any keys to websites such as Steam or GOG, although some of the titles are available via both.
  2. Marcus Estrada

    Classic Duke Nukem Games Hit Steam

    Duke Nukem Forever was viewed as a gaming atrocity to many. The title, which had been in development and scrapped many times over for years could have never pleased everyone but ended up annoying practically everyone instead. What if you just want to play some retro Duke Nukem games again? Steam has you covered as today they finally released Duke Nukem, Duke Nukem 2, and Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project on the store. Of course, the fan favorite Duke Nukem 3D had already been available before. Now players can get the chance to experience Duke's beginnings when the game was all about violent platforming. Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem 2 cost $2.99 each while Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project costs $5.99. However, you can simply opt to buy The Duke Nukem Platformer Pack which brings all three games together for $9.99. Do you consider yourself a fan of Duke or did you never understand the appeal?
  3. Marcus Estrada

    Shadow Warrior Classic Redux is Also Coming to Steam

    It was in May that Devolver Digital decided to suddenly release the 1997 FPS Shadow Warrior onto Steam for free. The purpose was to get players reminiscing about the game (or discovering it for the first time) as the remake is currently underway. Apparently that's not all the classic Shadow Warrior attention that we'll be seeing, though. According to the Shadow Warrior Facebook page there is more to come: "Shadow Warrior Classic Redux is coming to Steam with updated visuals, a remixed soundtrack, and both the Wanton Destruction and Twin Dragon expansion packs all for under $10." The current version on Steam is of course devoid of these expansions as well as any change to the graphics. As noted by the post, this version will cost a few dollars which may deter some players who simply opt to play the free copy instead. No date has been released yet but we'll let you know when it pops onto Steam.
  4. Shadow Warrior may be on people's minds lately due to a re-imagining being revealed by Flying Wild Hog. While that game will be available in 2014, players can get a shot at the original right now. The classic PC game Shadow Warrior from 1997 was added to Steam today. Not only was it brought to the marketplace, but it is available to any Steam users at no cost. Yep, publisher Devolver Digital decided to let the game go up for free. According to the official Shadow Warrior Twitter, this is not just a promotion and the game will remain free. It's a pretty interesting way to help drive interest in the rebirth of a franchise, but it might have made more sense to launch this closer to 2014.
  5. Back in the 90s, 3D Realms were known primarily for the Duke Nukem series. In 1997, they released their purposefully politically incorrect game Shadow Warrior to the masses. It was successful, but certainly never as much as Duke. That's why it's such a surprise to know that the game is now getting revisited. This time around it's developer Flying Wild Hog who are set to modernize the original. In an interview with Joystiq, Flying Wild Hog notes they are not blind to the controversial stereotyping of the original: "But one thing we did take out was a lot of the cheap jokes that had a lot of racial stereotyping and kind of sexist joke. A couple things that in the [original game's] writing that were definitely offensive, like the use of names that we certainly wouldn't use now." Unfortunately, the teaser trailer provided showcases no actual gameplay, but does set the mood for Shadow Warrior. It will come to PC first this year and hopefully consoles in 2014.
  6. Marcus Estrada

    Duke Nukem Forever Box Art

    From the album: Marcus's Album

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