3DRealms “polishing” DNF

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 30 January 2008 10:30 GMT

This almost isn’t worth the internet it’s written on, but 3DRealms reckons it’s “polishing” Duke Nukem Forever at the moment, which means you man see the shooter sometime before you’re dead.

“We’re doing a lot of polishing of set pieces, environments, and characters,” said art director Tramell Isaac.

Duke Nukem Forever has been in development for since 1997. It’s just depressing. It’s not like we even care. Just release it, let the internet tear it apart and move on, Tramell. It’s like pulling off a Band Aid.

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