There's a game for every kind of man. So why not show dad some love this Father's Day with a new one? Whether you're a video game know-it-all or can't stand them, dad might enjoy something new to play. Use our handy guide to figure out what game to give him after the barbecue this weekend.
You've probably seen this 10-year-old Duke Nukem Forever preorder receipt before - perhaps even here. What you may not have known was that it belonged to Bill Stiernberg, a 27-year-old attorney who was recently interviewed for the game's release this week.
Fourteen years in the making, a lot of people have had a hand in the development of Duke Nukem Forever. Many of their names are lost forever. Gearbox Software, which will finally deliver the game in May, wants to credit everyone it can find who had a role in the game's creation.