History Headscratchers / DukeNukemForever

20th Jul '15 1:47:20 PM WolfMaster91
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** He was 45 in 2012. But when you exercise and stay fit like Duke, you'll look younger a lot longer. Chuck Norris is in his 70's and doesn't look it. You could argue the smoking and drinking and bad eating would take its toll, well the exercise should take care of the extra calories, not sure about the drinking, and considering how short his sprint lasts before he is wheezing, his lungs are terrible.
5th Feb '15 10:17:41 PM TARINunit9
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* So 12 years passed in-universe? I'm not saying older folks can't be [[BadassGrandpa totally awesome]], but wouldn't that put Duke in his mid-fifties or so? Or is he TheConstant?
9th Feb '14 5:53:36 PM Nettacki
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** I'd imagine it was a side effect of the long development cycle and various attempts of bringing Duke up-to-date with then-current gaming trends that got out of date fairly often.
24th Nov '13 12:37:57 AM ReiKusanagi
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* Why did 3D Realms (or Gearbox) insist on sticking Duke with modern gaming aspects (2 guns only mainly as the ego/health while lumped it could have counted as something different)?
9th Mar '13 7:56:16 PM Kadorhal
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** None of those four other games were by 3D Realms.
6th Mar '13 8:19:03 PM Zaptech
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** It's Duke. the electricity knows better than to fuck with him.
7th Feb '13 9:38:06 AM Spithead
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* So, the production of Duke Nukem Forever took fifteen years, yet they were able to make four other DN games in that span of time?
27th Aug '12 8:52:54 AM CynicalBastardo
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** It'll still conduct onto the next thing it touches. Which is why if you get a line of people to hold hands and electrocute one of them, everybody will get a shock, particularly the last person.
12th Jul '12 8:49:22 AM MrDeath
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** Actually, humans get electrocuted and die because human bodies ''don't'' conduct electricity well. The damage done to a human body is because there's a lot of resistance as the electricity goes through.
11th Jul '12 4:12:34 PM FurryKef
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* Why doesn't Duke get electrocuted when he jumps on the dead body in the electrified water in the Duke Burger? Human bodies conduct electricity too -- that's the whole reason people get electrocuted.
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