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Monday, 06 September 2010 10:19

Someone plays Duke Nukem Forever

Written by Nick Farell
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The much awaited vapourware Duke Nukem Forever has actually been played by someone. The game which has been in development at the same rate as the cedar wood wasp  has finally started to get a public airing.

One hack from destructiod even claims to have played it. He has taken pictures so it appears to be true. We have seen pictures of Duke Nukem Forever before though. They were taken on a box brownie by one of the pioneers of photography but they they were definitely Duke Nukem Forever.

The graphics do look jolly nice but let's not get too excited - it is "when it's done" Duke Nukem after all.



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