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  1. Duke Nukem Forever delayed

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    Gearbox Software's long-in-the-making action game's release date now pegged for June 10 debut internationally, June 14 in North America. In January, 2K Games and Gearbox Software did the unthinkable: The publisher/developer duo slapped a May 3 release date on the elusive Duke Nukem Forever...
  2. Duke Nukem Forever launches May 3

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    Long, long-in-the-making action game finally gets a release date for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Today, Duke Nukem Forever has something few gamers ever thought it would receive--a hard release date. Developer Gearbox Software and publisher 2K Games announced this morning that the...
  3. Retailers Hint at Early 2011 Release for Duke Nukem Forever

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    Retailers Hint at Early 2011 Release for Duke Nukem Forever 10/04/2010 Written by Zak Islam Gearbox president, Randy Pitchford, has already stated Duke Nukem Forever’s development is complete, but the game won’t be releasing until 2011 due to last-minute polish. But the...
  4. Duke Nukem Forever demo incoming?

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    Gearbox head Randy Pitchford says that a preview of the 2011 360, PS3, and PC shooter is "important", currently working on timing with publishers. Duke Nukem Forever, a game long dismissed as vaporware, materialized in a big way at last week's Penny Arcade Expo. In a lavish surprise...
  5. Duke Nukem Forever shipping in 2011 on 360, PS3, PC

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    PAX Prime 2010: Gearbox president Randy Pitchford confirms that his studio has taken over the long, long, long-awaited shooter, which will be playable on the PAX Prime floor. Yesterday as part of his prolific Twitter stream, 3D Realms president George Broussard posted a cryptic picture of...
  6. Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project rated in Korea

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    Microsoft submits 3D side-scrolling shooter to country's Game Rating Board, bolstering XBLA speculation. Microsoft submits 3D side-scrolling shooter to country's Game Rating Board, bolstering XBLA speculation. Take-Two Interactive and Apogee Software remain in a legal tangle over the fate...
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