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  • Duke Nukem Forever was "75-80% complete" when 3D Realms closed in 2009

    Triptych Games’ president David Riegel has revealed in a podcast over on the official Duke Nukem Forever site, that the game was 75-80 percent complete when 3D Realms shut its doors back in 2009.

  • Duke Nukem: Critical Mass trailer released ahead of Friday's European launch

    Fans of Duke Nukem can now check out some actual gameplay for Duke Nukem: Critical Mass on DS.

  • Duke Nukem: Critical Mass due in April

    Apogee has put a date on Duke Nukem: Critical Mass. Will wonders never cease?

  • Multiplayer modes detailed for Duke Nukem Forever

    Scans from the Official Xbox Magazine have detailed the multiplayer modes folks will be able to get in on with Duke Nukem Forever.

  • Gearbox: News on Duke dropping early February at the latest

    Gearbox has said fans of the Duke can look forward to hearing more about the crass hero towards the end of January, early February.

  • Gearbox allows fan made Duke Nukem 3D revamp to be made with UR3

    Gearbox has given permission to fans looking to develop a revamp of Duke Nukem 3D using Unreal Engine 3.

  • Pitchford: Duke Nukem Forever is "not a nostalgia game at all"

    Gearbox’s Randy Pitchford has said Duke Nukem Forever will still maintain some of what the series iconic, yet at the same time a bit if freshness has been added to it as well.

  • Gearbox's Pitchford: DNF demo "an important thing to do"

    Gearbox Software head Randy Pitchford has told VG247’s Stephany Nunneley a Duke Nukem Forever demo in an “important” part of marketing the game, and the developer can now start working on a demo release date following DNF’s unveiling in Seattle last Friday.

  • Duke Nuked: Gearbox new IP owners of Duke Nukem

    Bang. Gearbox has just announced at its PAX panel it now holds the rights to the Duke Nukem IP, having been transferred to the studio from previous owner 3D Realms.

  • Duke Nukem gameplay hits YouTube

    Some new gameplay footage for Duke Nukem forever has hit YouTube, showing both a boss battle and some enemies being gunned down with a large weapon.

  • Duke Begins was being developed by Gearbox

    Take-Two Interactive has revealed via new court records that Gearbox Software was the developer for Duke Begins. The game was originally revealed via a court filing by 3D Realms. Duke Begins was apparently part of an agreement between Take-Two and 3D Realms in 2007 with Gearbox handling development. Since all the court hoopla, the title […]

  • Three Nukem games confirmed for iPhone

    Three Duke Nukem games are to release for iPhone, 3D Realms’ Scott Miller has told Shacknews. “We have several more iPhone games on the way, including three unannounced Duke Nukem games,” said the developer. 3D Realms was recently forced to ditch Duke Nukem Forever after the game’s 12-year development ran into funding issues.

  • New Duke Nukem video looking pretty darn good

    The game hits XBLA on September 24 and we reckon it’s looking pretty darn good. “Go get some” after the break. By Mike Bowden

  • Duke Nukem 3D hitting XBLA September 24

    Announced, detailed, and soon – according to Shacknews — delivered; Duke Nukem XBLA is an exemplary figure in this otherwise delay-heavy industry. The undeniably 3D adventure will blast its way onto XBLA on September 24, showing another game starring a certain unrealistically muscular, wise-cracking FPS hero how it’s done. Really, where is Serious Sam 3 […]

  • Max Payne producer working on Duke Nukem movie

    Missed this yesterday. According to this Kotaku piece, Max Payne movie producer Scott Faye is working on a Duke Nukem movie. “I’m working diligently at making a Duke Nukem movie scenario that will live up to the character and its import in the videogame world,” said Faye. “As is the case with all of my […]

  • Apogee Software's return brings Duke Nukem trilogy to DS and PSP

    Apogee Software just confirmed its return to the scene by announcing the full Duke Nukem Trilogy for DS and PSP. “Apogee Software is producing the Trilogy under an exclusive license agreement with 3D Realms and MachineWorks Northwest LLC. The Trilogy is comprised of three episodes: Critical Mass, Chain Reaction, and Proving Grounds. “This marks a […]

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