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Duke Nukem lives, and that means Forever doesn't matter
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 18 February 2011 19:24

From Ars Technica:

Duke Nukem Forever was an industry joke for a very long time, and even now it's a game that plays like it popped out of a decade-old time capsule. That's not the best thing to say about a game for modern system that will be sold for $60. If you'd like a few extra chunks of plastic with your game, you'll be paying even more.

That's not to say that Duke is dead, or even dying. He's doing fine, and this latest game won't prove or disprove anything to anyone. It's a tribute, something to get out of the way before the franchise can move into the modern age.



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