3D Realms Makes An Explosive Return To Gaming With Bombshell

Interceptor Entertainment partners with 3D Realms to bring the world Bombshell, an isometric action role-playing game set for release on PC and consoles. From the creators and producers of Rise of the Triad, Duke Nukem and Max Payne comes Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, bomb technician turned mercenary for hire. A fierce gunslinger with a personality as powerful as her mechanical arm, Shelly Harrison is set to blow her enemies away with skill and style.

Shelly lost her arm and her squad after failing to disarm an otherworldly bomb in what became known as “The Washington Incident”. Held responsible for the explosion, Shelly was discharged from the Global Defence Force and later approached by a private military contractor with the promise of a second chance: an arm constructed from technological remnants found in the wake of the incident.

Follow Bombshell’s quest for redemption as she fights through surreal alien worlds to rescue the President and save Earth using a growing array of special skills. With her own tech-tree upgrades, destructive weaponry and fierce combat abilities, Bombshell and her countless arm configurations make her the perfect soldier to stop the Kyrr, an evil alien race lead by diabolical scientist- turned-madman Jadus Heskel.

Bombshell never lets up. Fast-paced shooting, role-playing style mechanics and an exciting story evoke a level of depth and intensity the genre has never seen before. Bombshell blends first-person shooting controls with an isometric perspective, empowering the player to save the world with deadly speed and accuracy.

Bombshell is scheduled to release for consoles and PC in 2015.

Unboxing of Duke Nukem’s Balls of Steel Edition & Analysis

Unboxing of Duke Nukem’s Balls of Steel Limited Edition & Analysis

We check out how ‘solid’ Duke’s Balls Box is

by : GrathiusXR

©2011 Arthur Kotsopoulos

It’s been 14 years in the making but it is finally safe to say that today history has been made with Duke Nukem Forever finally released on the 360, PS3 and PC.

What better way to celebrate such an historic day than to fiddle around with the Duke’s Balls of Steel Limited Edition and even do it a little early for that matter as well.

As many Australians know, as of yesterday the game broke street date and whilst the US will still have to wait a few more prescious days before they get their hands on Duke and his ‘Balls Of Steel’, us Aussies are enjoying the game in its full glory.

So without further ado I give you a summary of the contents that Duke Nukem: Forever’s Balls Of Steel Edition, as well as what the build’s quality is like, especially given the shelf price on it.

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