Alright, who was it? Who the hell asked for more Duke Nukem?
Still, with Gearbox owning the rights and someone out there still pointing at alien boobs and tittering like a schoolchild, they had to find an excuse to crowbar him into another release.
Enter the Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition; a game that was marketed as including Duke in the campaign, yet in-game that amounted to the same cutscenes as 2011's original with all the same lines from everybody else, leaving the main character's to be replaced by Duke's voice actor trying to fill the blank with something hilarious.
No edits otherwise, no changes to gameplay and only the most minor of refinements to the graphics. It was as cheap and forced as it sounds, like some Youtube skit malformed into a full price product.