Duke Nukem 3D Gets Update to Remove Ads in Response to Community Uproar


Duke Nukem 3D was released to much excitement yesterday, but a few quirks here and there had people shutting the game down and requesting refunds left and right. One of those quirks were ads.

Although this game is not free to play – it cost $.99 per episode – users were met with ads. The general idea is that ads are supposed to help generate revenue for free games while paying a premium for that game will remove those ads.

Turns out MachineWorks had a different idea initially. They’re reversed all of that, though, as a quick update has damned those pesky ads to the same hell that the monsters in the game probably come from. Now if only Hulu could take notes here… Find the game in the Android market here. [Android Central]

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. I pay for Hulu and don’t mind the ads because I receive access to content not normally available to the free peoples. Now if I can get access to all the paid content on my PS3, then I would be a happy camper. Also I want to watch episodes on my phone. Chop, Chop, Hulu! 

    1. Hulu has an Android App.

      1. “Hulu Plus is available on the following devices: Nexus One, Nexus S, HTC Evo 4G, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC myTouch 4G, HTC Inspire 4G, G2, Motorola Droid II, Motorola Droid X and the Motorola Atrix. Support for additional devices will be announced throughout the year.”

        I have a Droid Incredible – which weirdly was one of the first phones to offer netflix

  2. why aint hulu plus on all phone and why aint plant vs zombie on the market

    1. Plants vs Zombies can be found on the amazon market app.

  3. Just have a subsidized version for $0.99 and an ad-free version for like $3.99 or whatever…problem solved

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