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Friday, 20 April 2007 10:57

Duke Nukem Forever news

Written by test1

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In July's PC Gamer


It seems like the chaps from PC Gamer knows something the whole world would like to know. They've confirmed that Duke Nukem is alive and kicking. We don't care if they have found some crumbles, but any info is better than nothing.

For those who have been living ignorant in the last decade, let us fill you in. Duke Nukem is a synonym for vaporware, it has been announced more times than we can count, but people are still believing that one day the game will gloriously surface.

This is not the first time we've heard about it, so please take this announcement with a grain of salt.

The last news is  here.

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