Bombshell, an upcoming ARPG from the makers of Duke Nukem and 2013's Rise of the Triad reboot, was revealed last year in May with an extremely vague teaser trailer, featuring a girl with a robot arm sitting around and aiming guns. The latest trailer, on the other hand, appears to have some actual in-game footage.
3D Realms, the beleaguered original developer of Duke Nukem Forever, will be acquired by a Danish firm that had been set to publish a new Duke Nukem game until both were sued last week by Gearbox Software.
"We have acted in good faith and are working towards a resolution," says the CEO and game director of Interceptor Entertainment, which was due to publish a Duke Nukem game by 3D Realms before Gearbox Software filed a lawsuit Friday. "We are not all out of gum."
The studio that spent 12 years unable to finish Duke Nukem Forever and the one that finally did in 2011 are back in court again, this time over a Duke Nukem game for PC and PlayStation that was teased earlier this month.
As a kid, I didn't have a PC or gamer friend to grant me access to 3D Realms games in the 90s. I'm not sure if having one would have made me appreciate this remake of Shadow Warrior more, or if it would have made me complain that it's not the same as it used to be. All I do know is that this preview of Shadow…
Apogee Software/3D Realms—the studio that spent more than a decade working on Duke Nukem Forever—is suing Gearbox Software, the company that bought that game’s rights and released the long-brewing sequel in 2011. Apogee/3D Realms alleges that Gearbox has refused to pay more than $2 million owed to 3D Realms from…
For years, 3D Realms toiled on Duke Nukem Forever. After the game languished, another studio (Gearbox Software) came in and finished it. Now, 3D Realms is working on a new game. A game it's been working on for a while—and it wants your money to finish it.
If anyone would know what it's like to show up late to a party it's the man that worked on Duke Nukem Forever for over a dozen years.
I played Duke Nukem Forever by myself. Couldn't stand it. Maybe I should have had some beers and played it with a friend instead. Seems like a lot more fun!
While my review is forthcoming, it's no spoiler that Duke Nukem Forever isn't a Game of the Year contender. Question is, though, what game are we judging?
In the latest Duke Nukem game, the titular star is an offensive asshole, much of his macho charm having given way over the past decade to dick jokes even young boys would struggle to find funny.
Duke Nukem Forever, the game that was in development for forever, was first revealed in 1997. This year it's finally being released by another studio, Gearbox Software, which began working on the game in 2009.
In 2009, Duke Nukem Forever was cancelled after over a decade in development. It's now famously back from the grave, but if you've ever wondered how far the original developers were from actually finishing it, Triptych president David Riegel has your answer.
What would be the necessary ingredients for a Duke Nukem movie? Alien invasions, scantily clad women, cigar smoking and action hero swagger, all of which are on display in fan film The Duke: Fate of Humanity.
Borderlands is a fresh take on the first-person shooter. Even then, there was concern at developer Gearbox Software about the game standing out in the crowded FPS genre.
Gearbox Software's Randy Pitchford is taking Duke Nukem Forever on a world tour, with the randy action hero's first international stop being the recent Firstlook gaming convention in Amsterdam, where Dutch gamers got a sneak peek at Duke Nukem urinating.