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Is Duke Nukem Forever Finished?

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Call it what you will, but evidence is stacking up that Duke Nukem Forever, a game that’s been in development for so long that it counts Jesus among its level designers, is actually almost ready for release.

Remember we told you that Gearbox may have been handed the development reigns for the title, and that information would be coming at PAX? Well, PAX is this weekend, and the mounting evidence of it being revealed this weekend is pretty intriguing.

Jon St John, the voice actor who spurts out the character’s infamous stolen lines tweeted that he’d be heading to PAX. He’s also tweeted this “Sorry Duke fans, but the panel I’m on Friday morning has nothing to do with Mr. Nukem. Thanks for asking!” though – but he might just be doing a David Jaffe, who insisted he wasn’t going to be at E3, only to reveal his new Twisted Metal at the event.

Then there’s the enigmatic tweet by Duke Nukem creator George Broussard. Back in 2006 in an interview with 1up, Broussard said that Duke Nukem forever will be out “When pigs fly.”

This is what he tweeted.

Furthermore, Take Two Interactive – who still owns the rights to publish the game should it ever be released – has scheduled an investor call, right before PAX is scheduled to start.

Could it be real? Is Duke back, or will this just lead to hearts being broken, all over again?

Source : Kotaku

Last Updated: September 3, 2010


  1. Uncle

    September 3, 2010 at 13:31

    Don’t toy with my emotions. :pouty:


  2. Philip

    September 3, 2010 at 14:24

    Duke Nukem Forever will be released when people actually give a fuck about it after being strung along for X years 😛


  3. Nick de Bruyne

    September 3, 2010 at 14:52

    I think the only way that Duke Nukem Forever could actually save itself is if it basically was the game that Bulletstorm is going to be, besides that it will either be an old mechanic that no one wants to play, or something completely different, which means there was no point in it being a Duke title to begin with.


  4. piet

    September 3, 2010 at 14:57

    So harsh, why so harsh?


  5. Syth

    September 3, 2010 at 15:27

    Always bet on Duke 😎

    I don’t think it will be ground breaking, but it will still be Duke. Maybe they will start with a new Duke game or improve Duke Begins. Either way, they must just get it out into and move on, success or failure.


  6. Nick de Bruyne

    September 3, 2010 at 15:43

    What I mean is that BulletStorm is the perfect example of how that crazy shooter genre needed to evolve over time


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