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Duke Nukem: Time to Kill (PlayStation)

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Description

The game begins not a long time after Duke Nukem 3D. Duke is relaxing in Bootylicious with a few beers and some babes when suddenly Pig Cops start trashing the place and turn his 1968 custom hog into a chopper bike. Duke trashes all the Pig Cops and then finds out that the aliens are trying to get to the past in order to take over the world before Duke was there to stop them.

The game includes 28 levels in total, varying from L.A. in the present time, to the Ancient west, and the Colosseum. It also has a deathmatch mode that allows two players to wreak havoc against each other.

Screenshots

Duke Nukem: Time to Kill PlayStation Duke with a crossbow
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill PlayStation Duke gets medieval in a moat
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill PlayStation Shake it, baby!
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill PlayStation Toga Duke vs. Commando Duke in factory

Alternate Titles

  • "Duke Nukem: TTK" -- Common abbreviation

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User Reviews

Duke meets Tomb Raider Zovni (9355) 3.4 Stars3.4 Stars3.4 Stars3.4 Stars3.4 Stars
Not quite the Duke I knew Zokolov (66) 1.6 Stars1.6 Stars1.6 Stars1.6 Stars1.6 Stars

The Press Says

Power Unlimited Sep, 1998 9.6 out of 10 96
Absolute Playstation Oct, 1998 94 out of 100 94
Gamezilla 1998 87 out of 100 87
Game Revolution Nov, 1998 B+ 83
Jeuxvideo.com Nov 24, 1998 16 out of 20 80
GameGenie 1998 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
IGN Oct 15, 1998 8 out of 10 80
Quebec Gamers Nov 23, 2013 7.6 out of 10 76
GameSpot Oct 08, 1998 7.5 out of 10 75
Power Unlimited Jul, 2001 68 out of 100 68

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Trivia

Soundtrack

Following the release of Time to Kill, N64's Zero Hour, and Duke Nukem for the Gameboy, RED interactive released Duke Nukem: Music to Score by, the official soundtrack CD for Duke, which includes 2 previously unreleased songs by Megadeth including the cover for the Duke theme song, as well as Stabbing Westward's The Thing I Hate (the opening theme song from Time to Kill). The compilation also includes material from Slayer, the Wu-Tang Clan, Type O Negative and Coal Chamber as well as a lot of complementary CD-ROM materials and an interactive strategy guide for Time to Kill from Game Wizards.

As of 2001, more info was available at www.redmusic.com/dukenukem

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Goteki45 (308) added Duke Nukem: Time to Kill (PlayStation) on May 24, 2001