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Is it worth the wait? Of course not, don’t be ridiculous. How could any game possibly be worth waiting 14 years for, especially one that only ever aspired to be a low-brow comedy first-person shooter? There’s no reinvention of the genre here, no real attempt at grandeur. More than anything, Duke just wants to party like it’s 1997. Check unrealistic expectations at the door and forget the ancient, hyperbolic promises of self-deluded developers before you even consider buying this suddenly corporeal ghost of PC gaming history. The development-time-to-awesomeness ratio isn’t impressive. If you can do that, Duke Nukem Forever can at least mostly succeed in its aspiration. After all of its tumultuous history, it’s ended up as an entertaining FPS wrapped in juvenile, smut-laced humor. Its gameplay is a hybrid of old-school and new, and it won’t wow players with stunning visuals—its window of opportunity for that passed years ago—but it does put on a good show of alien ass-kicking by working what it’s got.
Duke. Offensive or not so offensive, you're one tardy man. Yes, Duke Nukem Forever isn't getting released until June 14 in the US and June 10 for the rest of the world. Last thing we heard, Duke was getting released in early May. Randy Pitchford confirmed the delay on 2K's YouTube channel. Click more for the video.
I initially felt a little uncomfortable about capturing and carrying a woman across a canyon for my own entertainment, but a few minutes into my Duke Nukem Forever "Capture the Babe" match it became clear that she was pretty damn aroused by the whole thing. Which makes it completely OK, right? All her dialogue was laced with innuendo – a bit like how real women speak, right? Our team's babe is wearing a short skirt, white knee-high socks and a top that emphasises her breasts, just like all women do. But she needn't have bothered. The blue Dukes are on offence this round, and I'm on the red team. “Do you guys do everything together?” enquires the babe as I carry her underneath a destroyed bypass and onto a jump pad that launches me back on the half-wrecked highway. I think she's implying that she's up for group sex when the match is over. I wish she wouldn't.
Just when you think the Duke's gone quiet, BOOM, there he is, standing on your porch, shouting obscenities and and throwing poo at your walls. Three new Duke related videos have landed. The one above brings news of an incoming demo next month. It's for First Access members only at the moment (that includes anyone who pre-ordered Duke Nukem Forever or bought the Game of the Year edition of Borderlands), but it's bound to get a widespread release soon enough. Below we have the exciting new TV trailer, and a part 2 of the behind the scenes Duke retrospective, charting Duke Nukem Forever's long, long, long, long history. The game's set to finally come out on June 14 in the US, and June 10 everywhere else.
Two new Duke Nukem Forever trailers have been released. The first one shows the Duke's take on a common dilemma, what do you do when you're falling off a building while attached to an alien with a jetpack? The second video offers an easier dilemma, what you should do when you come across feces in a toilet? Flush it? No. The Duke's answer is to pick it up and throw it at giant mech monsters.
Welcome to bizarro-world. The Duke Nukem Forever launch trailer is upon us, and it's ashamedly gratuitous as you'd hope, or at least expect from the Duke. Shrinking rays, pole dancers, bad language and breasts all make a predictable appearance. The game's out everywhere except the US next Friday. The Duke hits the US on the following Tuesday. Will you be picking up a copy?
Duke Nukem Forever is back on track for a 2011 release. 2K have got Gearbox working on it, and folks at PAX were even playing the thing. There's nothing in the way of a trailer yet (grrr), but here's some hand held footage that gets pretty close to the screen.
Duke Nukem 3D was released in 1996, and ran on MS DOS and eight megabytes of memory. Duke Nukem Forever is coming out in June 2011, and will require a fair bit more than that. Read on for the full minimum and recommended system requirements.
The game everyone thought would never see the light of day actually has an official release date. Duke Nukem Forever will be out May 3 this year. Get the details and the new trailer after the jump.
The new Duke Nukem Forever release date raised a question around the PC Gamer US office: why is this game, which stars the quintessential American badass, is made by an American developer, and is published by an American company being released four days later in North America than internationally? What gives? Don't 2K and Gearbox know that Americans have grown accustomed to preferential treatment? Who are the conspirators behind this? We want names! We asked 2K PR Manager Charlie Sinhaseni, and the answer is so simple that it'll surprise you.
Gearbox want to know what you thought of Duke Nukem Forever. What did you think of Duke Nukem Forever?
Duke Nukem Forever sold well, apparently. What sales charts fail to measure, though, is the weeping rage of a million disappointed souls, beating their chests and flagellating themselves for believing in the stinking resurrection of the zombified remains of Duke. To measure that, you need a survey. Gearbox are collecting opinions to discover what you thought about Duke Nukem, presumably for the rumoured Duke Nukem Forever sequel. Personally, I could only force myself to play to the second hour, before binning it. What did you think?
Members of the Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club and owners of the Game of the Year edition of Borderlands will get the first slice of Duke Nukem DLC for free. Gearbox haven't said what the update will include, but a "source familiar with the situation" has told Kotaku that it's "a full DLC. Not some silly skin." The voice of Duke, Jon St. John dropped a hint, saying that it's "something that may involve singing. I'll leave it at that." Duke Nukem karaoke, anyone? Duke Nukem Forever surprised the world recently when it finally went gold. It's coming out on June 14 in the US, and June 10 everywhere else.
It's still hard to believe, but Duke Nukem Forever is coming out next month, on June 14 in the US, and a few days earlier on June 10 for the rest of the world. It's popped up on Steam for pre-order, with 10% off the full price and comes with full Steamworks support, which means auto updating patches and Steam cloud game saving. If quietly buying the game digitally isn't Duke enough for you, there's always the Balls of Steel edition, which comes with a huge bust of the Duke. For a full overview of the retailer pre-order deals on offer, head over to the Duke Nukem Forever site. You can read our preview of Duke Nukem Forever's multiplayer here.
Gearbox announce that who pre-ordered Duke Nukem Forever, or bought the Game of the Year edition of Borderlands can now download the Duke Nukem Forever playable demo. All you have to do is whack your code into the box on the Duke Nukem access site and get downloading. Gearbox haven't mentioned a date for a full public release of the demo, but it seems likely it'll hit alongside the release of the full game on June 14 in the US, and June 10 everywhere else. Don't worry if you can't play the demo yet, console yourself with the new launch trailer, released yesterday.
Gearbox have announced that Duke Nukem Forever will be using Steamworks. Whether you buy the game digitally, or on a disk, your game will have to be tied to a Steam account. Duke Nukem Forever is now available to pre-order from retailers as well. Pre-order bonuses include access to an in-game big head mode, T shirts and a trucker hat. The Balls of Steel edition is also available if you fancy getting your hands on a great big bust of the Duke. The game's due out on May 3.
Can it be true? It must be true. We've had word from Gearbox that Duke Nukem Forever is finally, genuinely finished. “Today marks an amazing day in the annals of gaming lore," says Christoph Hartmann the day where the legend of Duke Nukem Forever is finally complete and it takes that final step towards becoming a reality.” Going gold means that all the development on the game is complete. All that remains now is for the game to be mass produced and shipped to retailers for its release on June 14 in the US, and June 10 everywhere else.
The problem with Duke Nukem Forever - other than that it was bad - was that it didn't provide the classic FPS experience that Duke Nukem 3D fans wanted, while also failing to be a decent modern shooter in its own right. That's why this is such a beautiful thing: with Duke Nukem Forever 2013, modders Gambini and Mikko Sandt have created the "game that was meant to be". Which apparently means a Duke Nukem 3D mod.
Duke Nukem Forever looks goddamn hilarious. This video is the first inkling I've had that I want to actually play the thing. It starts with a first person view of Duke peeing, with the prompt "press X to exit." The guy presses X, and Duke stops peeing, then starts again. Alright, I didn't say I was a sophisticate. More hilarity embedded below:
Jeez, took long enough, right? I mean, it's been, like, two whole months since Duke Nukem Forever's Parody Pack was announced. Two! You'd think these people could learn to be a bit more timely. Regardless, Duke's making his first assuredly offensive leap into the brave new world of DLC on October 11, according to VG247. It's completely free to First Access Club members, but everyone else will have to pony up a fairly steep $9.99. Four maps and weapons - no matter how sort of timely their knock against Call of Duty may be - don't exactly cause my piggybank to explode with glee. Or explode at all, for that matter.
The first Duke Nukem Forever DLC details have landed on the Gearbox forums, picked up by VG247. It will be called the Parody Pack. It will add three new game modes, four new maps and new weapons designed to send up a few well known, slightly more successful shooters. There's Call of Duke, a modern combat map populated by N00b T00b launchers, 2Forts1Bridge, with its own Heavy style minigun, and two other maps featuring sticky bombs and a weapon known only as the "DFG." The DLC will be out this Autumn, and will be free to the First Access Members who pre-ordered Duke Nukem Forever before its release. Two screenshots have been released along with more DLC details, which you'll find below.