The existence of Duke Nukem 3D: World Tour is leaked through the release of several screenshots, confirming speculation that another Duke Nukem 3D release is on the way.
Gearbox Software is now the ‘full and rightful owner of the Duke Nukem franchise’ after a lawsuit against 3D Realms and Intercepter Entertainment is settled.
Even with an impressive fall release, Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that they will be ‘restructuring’ their Seattle-based offices – meaning a hefty set of layoffs.
Despite mostly negative reviews, Duke Nukem Forever became the second biggest selling game in June. Read on for what other games were big hits last month.
After 14 years and 2 development houses, Duke Nukem Forever has finally been released, but has the long wait been worth it?
Gearbox Software CEO, Randy Pitchford discusses the gargantuan effort it took to get ‘Duke Nukem Forever’ ready for the masses – with the developers logging over 6,00 man months in work.
The Duke Nukem Forever ‘Come Get Some’ trailer shows that explosions, vehicles, guns, urinating, women and hand-to-hand combat has never looked so cool in a video game.
‘Duke Nukem Forever’ keeps the promotion train rolling along with this latest trailer showcasing the women in the game. Check out the ‘Babes’ trailer yourself.
In preparation for the release of ‘Duke Nukem Forever,’ a new behind the scenes video has been released that highlights the 2D side-scrolling roots of ‘Duke Nukem.’
Gearbox Software has finally announced Duke Nukem Forever for release in 2011 on all major platforms. This time, if you don’t believe us, we’ve got proof.