I played it against friends over our 2400 baud modems
Are you sure you have the number right?
I thought 9600 and 14400 baud modems were some years before Duke Nukem 3D. Wasn't 2400 pretty "old tech" for the era of Duke Nuken 3D?
Then again, parts were relatively expensive back then so I guess you could have been using the same modem for years.
I just remember because our first real PC (besides a Commodore) was a 486 DX 33, and I believe either the first or second modem we got for it was a 9600. And that was only so my mom could work from home, first through a telnet-like session and much later through (I think) PC Anywhere.This comment was edited on Aug 25, 16:04.
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