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Thursday, 26 May 2011 10:10

EVGA offers GTX 560 Duke Nukem bundle

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EVGA has unveiled a new bundle for the nostalgic Nuke Dukem crowd. The “fully loaded package” features a limited edition GTX 560 graphics card along with a few unique goodies.

In addition to the full Duke Nukem Forever game, the bundle includes a Duke Nukem Forever art book, limited edition mouse pad and Duke’s trademark radioactive belt buckle. EVGA stressed that bubblegum is not included. Women, beer and Duke’s sense of humor, which borders on misogyny aren’t in the box either. The MSRP is $245.

Users who order the card before the end of June will get a 10-year warranty. It might be worth noting that the game is rated M and is not suitable for audiences under 17 due to graphic violence, blood and gore, nudity, strong language, strong language, use of drugs and alcohol and mature humor. Basically it has everything that makes one’s teenage fun.

You can check out the details here.

 

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