No longer vapourware, Duke Nukem Forever is finally available on shelves, but rather than a catch-cry of “Hail to the King”, many purchasers will be decrying “Fail to the King!”
The Duke is back, the former vapourware king Duke Nukem Forever has release dates, cover art work and now a rating in Australia, a land notorious for allowing only edited questionable content onto store shelves. And for content, it doesn’t come more questionable than the Duke.
All right, mother-nukers, Duke Nukem’s soon to blast and wisecrack his way back into the hearts and minds of both the old and a new generation with two radioactively tasty treats: the loooong-awaited sequel that is Duke Nukem Forever and Duke Nukem Next-Gen: a redux of the 1996 Duke Nukem 3D. Go get some!
Ahhh the Duke doesn’t let good taste get in the way of a promo trailer. Witness the latest ‘Babes’ trailer for Duke Nukem Forever.The continually delayed Duke Nukem Forever from Gearbox Software has had a new trailer released, unsurprisingly it plays on the cheekiness of the game and sets the expectations for content this coming June.
Long was it an industry joke, the game continuously announced for release over the course of a decade or more. Then Gearbox and 2K Games stepped in to resurrect Duke Nukem Forever. We even got to play it a bit, and actually settle on a release date in early May, seems we didn’t really settle on a release date.
Lifted straight from the dusty-with-age “I’ll believe it when I see it” folder comes news of the impending release of a Duke Nukem Forever demo for Xbox, PS3 and PC. Those brave souls who pre-ordered the game will get first access.