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Project Ascender in the works for PC, PS4 from Duke Nukem creator and Rise of the Triad developer

Project Ascender is in development for PS4 and PC, and it’s from Duke Nukem creator and co-founder of 3D Realms, Scott Miller and Rise of the Triad developer Interceptor Entertainment. The project was spotted on Interceptor CEO Frederik Schreiber’s LinkedIn profile. The game has apparently been in development since September and has 19 staffer members […]

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  • 3D Realms drops its Duke Nukem Forever suit against Gearbox, issues apology

    3D Realms had dropped its suit against Gearbox over unpaid Duke Nukem Forever royalties, stating a “misunderstanding” led to the suit being filed in the first place.

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  • Prey 2 slated to grace cover of next Joystick magazine

    French gaming magazine Joystick has the sequel to Prey on its next cover. Yes, that would be Prey 2.

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  • 3D Realms' Scott Miller: EA should try to buy Take-Two again

    After failing to win over Take-Two back in 2008, EA CEO John Ricitiello called the whole courtship a “waste of ink.” 3D Realms’ Scott Miller, however, thinks he should give it another shot.

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  • 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.

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  • Miller: We never saw T2's $12 million

    3D Realms boss Scott Miller’s said the developer never saw the $12 million Take-Two’s claiming was dropped on the failed development of Duke Nukem Forever. “No. We didn’t get a penny of that money,” said the exec, talking in this Shacknews comments thread. “This, along with so much else, is 100 percent spin, being eaten […]

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  • 3D Realms: E3 “Irrelevant,” tiny screenshots are only way to go

    When asked by Next-Gen why Duke Nukem Forever won’t be making the trip to E3, 3D Realms chief Scott Miller had a pretty straightforward answer. “We view E3 as irrelevant nowadays,” he said. “In fact, I wasn’t even aware it was coming up.” We suppose that would be an issue when you’re developing your game […]

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  • 3D Realms: Prey 2 will "leapfrog" Portal

    3D Realms boss Scott Miller has claimed that Prey 2, the game that “pioneered” the idea of spacial portals that led Valve to the head of myriad game of the year lists last year, will “leapfrog” Portal when it’s finally released. “While Prey pioneered the portal concept, Valve’s Portal took it to an all-new level,” […]

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  • 3D Realms refutes Earth No More lawsuit

    According to this, 3D Realms boss Scott Miller has been quick to defend his company after it came to lilght yesterday that it was being sued by a team that claims to have had the original idea for sci fi game Earth No More. “I can’t say much, because this is a legal matter. Except, […]

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  • 3D Realms has "learned lessons" over DNF release date debacle

    3D Realms boss George Broussard said that lessons had been learned by the developer in the wake of the Dallas Business Journal story last night that apparently confirmed a date and platforms for shooter Duke Nukem Forever. Speaking on the company’s forums, he said: “I’d like to address the article the Dallas Business Journal put […]

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  • Exclusive: Miller responds to Dallas Business Journal article on DNF

    3D Realms boss Scott Miller has responded to claims by the Dallas Business Journal that he has set platforms and a date for long-in-development shooter Duke Nukem Forever. “As usual,” he told VG247 in response to a question of the original article’s validity, “the press got it wrong. Sigh.” The article in question claimed that […]

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