I did a search on Puritan and found mapper , Check any maps of his that include some of these Duke 64 quotes and you'll see he credits. These are definitely not from Manhattan Project. Duke Nukem 64 is a mod for Duke Nukem 3D created by. Still though, the audio is unusually clear in any case. The ones found here just sound like they're coming from an actual release. Popular files for Duke Nukem 3D Name Type Size Date Total 7 days mod 4.
There's even an uncensored version of Duke's yippee ki-yay quote. Do a search on that name and you'll find he's an old time Duke mapper by the name of Captain Massive who has been active as recently as last month and even. . The ones we're concerned about of course are the ones involving Duke Nukem, and here they are, available for a look-see for the curious or nostalgic. Under no circumstances activate the option Polymer, because it will brake the mod. John, we can hear him laughing about some quotes he can't take seriously, maybe some of these the ones that still sounds compressed are coming from an old interview or something like that? I don't know how to upload. Some files sounds like recording tests from Jon St.
These are not re-recorded and are the original lines, just in high quality with no compression. Hey, i don't know if i'm waking up from a decade on this one, but i found something amazing enough to make me wonder if you guys had more infos about this. I'm 95% sure these quotes are exclusives to the N64 version, so i'm wondering where these files came from? The game is censored, has different levels layout, changed joke and improved visuals. All of this makes for an interesting experience for the fans of the franchise. Hell Puritan's the guy who runs the site and ran the Duke Repository. Back in the day was the king of shareware titles, with such games as Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure, Major Stryker and Rise of the Triad being among many which were available as single episode releases.
What exactly is the origin and context of these quotes? Here's your chance to re-live the old game, or at least the first part of it. Nothing incredible from here, but what's new to me is that they sound crystal clear, far from the N64 audio compression. Never heard these anyway, i think it's from an old video or a podcast. There's indeed many one-liners i didn't recognized either in these sound folders, they're not from Time to Kill nor Land of the Babes, Zero Hour, not so sure but i don't think so. Not confirmed, but sounds plausible to me. Do a search on that name and you'll find he's an old time Duke mapper by the name of Captain Massive who has been active as recently as last month and even. Is there more High Quality quotes from the N64 version or Duke 3D available around? That all sounds like pretty impressive research, except minus the stuff regarding the duke quotes themselves all of that is pretty obvious if you've ever visited Come Get Some forums.
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