If there is anything like us, you can always use eBay in the hopes of getting a cheaper joint. Full copy of The Box Wave Racing 64 starting at 99p, eh? That should be worth the guess bidding, no? However, it is rare that anything we want to pay does not end up at the last minute, and even the things we win couldn’t be called ‘rare’.
However, another lucky character has managed to bend the genre of Duke Nukem’s previously unknown Nintendo DS game. The game has a thought-provoking title ‘Duke Nukem DS’ (so as not to confuse you with a side stage shooter Duke Nukem: Critical Mass which you did it release from the console) and came in the development cupboard. It seems to have been developed by MissionWorks Northwest, a studio that holds several Duke Nukem mobile games.
As assessed by DScapades in the latest video, this is not only an exemplary footage but a huge unlocked FPS crowd, with 28 levels and multiplayer mode included. After some digging, the DVDcapades discovered that the game was actually Duke’s game port released from the Taswave Zodiac, the most secretive and most forgotten feature of the mobile console since the 2000s.
You can check out the video below to find the full story in this chapter hidden in Duke’s console history:
From a player’s point of view, Duke fans may have done much better with this DS instead of Crazy Mass, a 29-point game Metacritic.
Would you give this navigation to your trusted DS Phat / Lite? Let us know what you think below.