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Duke Nukem: Planet of the Babes Advert - PlayStation [June 2000]
I stared at this advert for a couple of seconds after coming across it just trying to figure out whether or not this game was real or not. I’d never heard of it, but my knowledge of PSX games is nothing compared to all the dumb titles I can recall for Nintendo’s system.
Turns out, this game was actually released for the PlayStation system as a sequel to Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, but it went through a slight name change. Apparently, the moniker Planet of the Babes was too similar to a particular movie reboot that was in development and (supposedly) lawyers saddled up and threatened 3D Realms and GT Interactive.
You’d think that they’d be protected under parody laws, but for whatever reasons, the game ended up being shipped as Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes. The developers even went as far to completely drop the Planet of the Apes stylized font as well.
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill Advert - Sony PlayStation [September 1998]
So many games that I missed out for the original PlayStation, absolutely no time to track them down and play them all.
Duke Nukem: Music to Score By Advert - 1999
So weird to see adverts for a video game soundtrack that isn’t an original orchestral score, but a heavy-metal compilation. Has there been any recent games that have done something similar??