On the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem 3D's release, Will Perkins reminisces about his first encounter with the game and Duke's problematic legacy.
For more than ten hilarious years, Duke Nukem Forever has been — to game nerds — a most marvelous on-going joke of a game, so fabled and so outdated that many wondered if it would only ever exist in alternative dimensions where dinosaurs lived on and you have a beard/don't have a beard. However, earlier today we discovered that this most cherished gag may come to an end earlier than we think.
With the demise of 3D Realms this week, the future of Duke Nukem Forever is in doubt. 2K Games own the rights to DNF, but whether they will choose to actually finish development of the game is unknown. Thanks to some of the artists and designers who worked on the game we’re seeing the first […]
After years in development, it would seem that the world-famous vapourware game Duke Nukem Forever will remain just that. 3D Realms, the developer responsible for Duke Nukem Forever is yet another apparent victim of the recession. The studio announced today that it would be shutting down. 3D Realms found themselves in the situation of being forever in development […]