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Randy Pitchford of Gearbox stated at the Penny Arcade Expo that
the company, aside from finishing Duke Nukem Forever after
its long, troubled development by other studios, intends to make a
Duke game of its own. Here's a quote:
"And then soon… I know that you guys figured out that, when
One of the biggest jokes in all of gaming is about to be put to
rest, and developer Gearbox Software wants you in Dallas, Texas to
help them celebrate the end of Duke Nukem Forever's storied,
fourteen-year-long development cycle.
If you can prove you are over 21 years of age and live in the
Duke Nukem Forever is set to be released in little over a week
and in anticipation for the newest entry in the series this wiki is
getting a much needed makeover! To make such a thing possible
though we need a little help from you, the fans.
Starting today we are looking for people who wouldn't mind…
If you happen to be a member of the First Access Club (F.A.C.)
you've probably been spending most of yesterday playing the demo
for Duke Nukem Forever which was released on Friday, June 3rd, 2011
on the PC, Xbox 360, and PS3.
If you've played it give us a shout in the comments! Tell us