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NSFW The Duke is back with a fresh PR stunt, this time an online game which features guns, targets and lots of Bulgarian airbags.

The game - aptly titled Duke Nudem - pits a user against one of four models in a shooting gallery, firing different weapons in a variety of modes. The luscious ladies encourage you to shoot your load by stripping if you score higher than them. There's no need to splash out... the game is free.

Duke Nudem

There is a "SFW" version too, but don't expect me to tell you how that one goes - there's no time to try them both. It was very hard and I was pushed to get a grip on it - the game that is.

While clips of the girls baring all take a while to load, it's certainly worth the wait. Let us know which one you think is the hottest. I've got dibs on number four, "Rifle Rosie". Took ages to unlock her, though.

Duke Nukem Forever is set for release on 10 June. Let's rock. ®

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