@Jking98 just get both? duke isnt out for a bit so plenty of time to finish noire and save some cash.
Duke Nukem Forever - Demo Announcement Trailer
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- May 16, 2011
Check out the Duke Nukem Forever first access demo available June 3.
@Jking98 If u want a great story and deep characters, go with LA Noire. If u want super fun shooting and a laugh out loud hilarious story, go with the King.
@ElusiveOne That is pretty weird, but I think he wants to reward those who have been patient enough and actually are old enough to remember Duke Nukem. Randy Pitchford is pretty passionate about Duke Nukem and seems to side with the loyalists, those who have been waiting the longest and he doesn't seem to care that much about sales but I think it's gonna sell huge anyway.
I don't see why people who pre-order need to try out the demo first. Wouldn't they want to convince those still unsure about buying the game instead?