I'm not sure I was ready for this Kim Jong-un Easter egg in the revival of Apogee's classic shooter, Rise of the Triad.
Apogee has released the source code for their classic 1994 FPS, Blake Stone: Planet Strike. Here's Apogee's Terry Nagy: "When we were selecting games for the Throwback Pack, (...) I knew we had a golden opportunity to finally release the source code. Nice to know that those old 3.5″ floppies retain data for so long!"
There are "remakes" of classic old games that throw out what's often the most nostalgic part: the box art. Then there is Rise of the Triad.
The breach-of-contract lawsuit filed against the longtime developer of the longtime-developed Duke Nukem Forever has been settled and ended. Both sides agreed to pay their own legal costs, and neither can sue on the same grounds again.
According to official trademark assignment documents, Bethesda Softworks' parent company ZeniMax Media now owns the rights to the first-person shooter Prey, and they're filing trademarks left and right.
The "well-known developer" behind the recently unearthed Duke Nukem series spin-off Duke Begins has been named in court documents. Borderlands and Brothers In Arms developer Gearbox Software was reportedly tasked with developing the title for Take-Two.
Take-Two's lawsuit against Duke Nukem Forever maker Apogee/3DRealms has finally seen the light of day, with some Xbox 360-port and offshore-money twists.
3D Realms never received any of the $12 million that Take-Two is suing the company for, 3D Reamls' co-founder Scott Miller told Shacknews today.
Duke Nukem Forever developer 3D Realms is reportedly out of gum, allegedly planned to close its doors this week. But that won't affect the other Duke Nukem game currently in development or Apogee Software.
While the Duke Nukem Trilogy trailer was a blast, it told us absolutely nothing about the planned handheld trilogy. Fortunately, Apogee's Terry Nagy is a little more forthcoming. He says the games will see Duke as "the Forest Gump of World War II", and in doing so explain how he got the name Duke Nukem. And how do you…
Wow. Apogee. That's a name I've not heard since, oh, before you were born! But hear it again we will, because the classic PC publisher (or at least the name, ala Atari) is back from the dead, and is bringing one of its classic franchises with it. The company has announced that it'll be releasing three new Duke Nukem…