Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Oct 8, 2010.
it's supposed to be coming out in Feb. 2011...
check my old thread about this game. it got delayed due to broussard's stupidity.
(if it comes out, i will buy it)
Yeah man, Duke for PC back in the day was very awesome for it's time. I had thought the new game was vaporware for the last 10 years. I'll be extremely interested to see a polished copy of it after this long lol
Hahaha... it will be released... how often they had a releaseday? 20 times? Over 10 years or what?
I must admit that since years my cellphone is playing the duke nukem theme when im getting called...
Sweet memories....... sweet memories
This looks so sick.
This is how it looked like when it was supposed to be released in 1999
"Shake it, Baby"
lol this was shown in Amsterdam =p i didnt go cuz was lazy haha
"It's time to kick ass and chew bubblegum...and I'm all outta gum"
One thing that bugged me, the "hot chicks" stuck inside the goo/gunk/shell thingy's always said "Help Me".
The only sodding thing you could do was waste them and listen to their digitized screams as they died a horrible and pixely death.
Oh man, the mention of Duke Nukem 3D takes me back (I'm 30 now).
The first 18 rated game that deserved the rating it received.
Woohoo - let's go roaming around a porn store...and blow it up.
Let's raid a strip joint and watch the pixelated ladies gyrate on their podium...then blow it up
And the RPG was A.W.E.S.O.M.E
maybe it was a good thing that they delayed it then
3D Realms spent a staggering 12 years trying and failing to bring Duke Nukem Forever to market. Though the emotional toll that effort exacted on the studio remains unsaid, Duke Nukem Forever savior Gearbox Software has affixed a price tag to the labor.
In an interview with CVG, Gearbox president and CEO Randy Pitchford said that 3D Realms head George Broussard spent $20 million to $30 million of his own money to finish Duke Nukem Forever.
Broussard spent a princely sum in turning Duke into the killing machine that he is.
"George Broussard is not a poor man but I would estimate that he lost $20-$30 million dollars of his own money on Duke Nukem Forever -- I don't care who you are, that's a hell of a lot of money," Pitchford said. "He was committed to Duke to the point of insanity."
Duke to offer girl-on-girl action,
Found 2 versions of the midi-file of the DN-Theme...
Can't wait till it's released on February 2011... I mean May 2011... I mean December 2012... or perhaps early 2013... could come out mid 2015... ...
i still remmeber
lol at the twins on the end
looks good, any idea on the pc release date?
We can expect an other 12 years
$20 - $30 million dollars.. sounds more like someone had some laundry to do. *wink*
Game looks pretty ********ing dope I must say I noticed an Xbox controller in the Demo I would assume it will be available for all platforms considering all the money that was shelled out?
Broussard was/is a perfectionist, and has kept revising the Nukem instead of releasing it in order to incorporate the latest advances in video gaming. The final release should be mind-blowing.
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