XCOM 2 not only supports fan-made mods, but it’s also quite easy to modify soldiers to look like someone familiar.
While you may or may not agree on whether it’s the series’ best, Duke Nukem 3D was still a very important milestone in first-person shooter history.
Jon St. John, probably most well-known to you guys as the voice of Duke Nukem, was asked recently “to be the advertising voice of the Republican party’s leading candidate for president.” He said, and I’m paraphrasing, get the hell outta here.
The legendary Duke Nukem 3D is coming to PS3 and PS Vita. Devolver Digital will be bringing over the game's Megaton Edition, which is already out on PC, and includes Duke 3D Atomic Edition and all three officially released expansion packs. Release dates are January 13 for North America and January 14 for Europe.
Were you one of the eleven people waiting for the Duke Nukem game that was supposed to come to the PlayStation Portable? Still bummed that it never came out? All hope is not lost. A disc containing the source code for Duke Nukem: Critical Mass was recently found in Washington, D.C. But getting at the guts of the thing…
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.
Happy birthday, Duke Nukem 3D! The shareware version of 3D Realms' legendary first-person shooter was released for MS-DOS PCs exactly eighteen years ago. And, just in time for the anniversary, Devolver Digital introduced online multiplayer for the updated Megaton Edition of the game; trailer for that above.
What do Duke Nukem, B.J. Blazkowicz, and Doomguy have in common? They're all stars of a pretty sweet-looking Doom mod, that's what.
3D Realms, the studio that spent more than ten years working on Duke Nukem Forever, has dropped their lawsuit against Gearbox Software, the company that purchased the rights to the game and finally published it.
The creators of Metropolitan Mayhem, an urban-themed level pack for Duke Nukem 3D, uploaded a brand-spanking new trailer for their mod, which came out in... March 2012. Odd timing. Still, there's "an hour's worth of oldskool entertainment" to be had, so if you've got Duke 3D and like the way this looks, dig in!
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…
Poor Duke. Once an A-list star of the FPS world, his long absence during the hellish development of Duke Nukem Forever - and the even more hellish end result of that - has tarnished his name.
By the end of the 90s, the 16-bit era ended and 3D took over. With the PlayStation and 3D graphics cards out there allowing for new possibilities, narrative and gameplay, the 90s produced some of the most attractive characters in video game history.
After twenty-one years, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is getting a direct sequel. That's quite the gap, twenty-one years. But it's far from being the only big gap.
That up there isn't some joke image someone tossed up on Tumblr. It's a real photo, taken from the Library of Congress' video game collection, and it features vintage strategy guides, rebound and preserved for the ages.