After the eventual release of Duke Nukem: Forever, Gearbox isn't giving up with the foul-mouthed loose cannon as Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour releases on Steam.
While skipping out on the expansion missions for now, the reworked 20th Anniversary Edition of the 1996 classic brings a brand new episode to top up the original offering of 4.
Created by some of the original game's development team, Allen Blum III and Richard Gray, the bonus episode even includes new and re-recorded lines by original Duke voice actor Jon St. John. Lee Jackson even returned to score episode 5.
Upgrading the 2.5D engine to transition the game to a 'True 3D' format, players who'd rather play Duke Nukem 3D in its originally intended way can turn off both the remastered audio and graphical tweaks; and with reviews suggesting Jon St. John might not have been feeling it that day, it might be a wise decision.
Take a look and decide for yourself. You can grab Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour here. There's online co-op. That counts for something, right?