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Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball

Brave New Gamer has the latest story casting doubt on the fate of Duke Nukem Forever, the first-person shooter that may or may not still be in the works. This is a quote from Duke's voice Jon St. John, who had the following to say when asked about the game at a recent panel discussion: "I'm not allowed to speak on that subject, sir," St. John explained. "He's asking about Duke Nukem Forever, let me go ahead and tell you right now that I’m not allowed to talk about Duke Nukem Forever." Responding to the crowd's disappointment, he added: "No, no, don’t be disappointed. Read between the lines. Why am I not allowed to talk about it?" Thanks Kotaku.

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26. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 14, 2010, 12:41 Lit_Reflex001
 
ROFL!!!!  
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25. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 13, 2010, 18:42 JohnnyRotten
 
I've got balls of aluminum

Good choice - lightweight, doesn't rust, etc. I'll have to think about switching over...
 
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24. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 20:11 BinaryNinja
 
sliv wrote on Jan 7, 2010, 09:47:
If I never hear about this game ever again I'll be happy.

Yeah, right. Every time there's a story on Blue's about DNF, there is never less than 20+ comments. Everyone loves talking about DNF. It's the ultimate punching bag for the cynical gamer.

It's not cynicism anymore. It's being realistic. I won't believe this game even exists until i see it on a shelf in a retail store.
 
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23. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 14:39 wrigleyvillain
 
Hump wrote on Jan 7, 2010, 08:01:
Lets see, tie up the loose ends of what they have then console ports need to be hashed out, I'm guessing Fall 2010.

Thats assuming Broussard has been taken out of the development loop.

He has.

http://www.wired.com/magazine/2009/12/fail_duke_nukem/
 
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22. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 09:47 sliv
 
If I never hear about this game ever again I'll be happy.

Yeah, right. Every time there's a story on Blue's about DNF, there is never less than 20+ comments. Everyone loves talking about DNF. It's the ultimate punching bag for the cynical gamer.

This comment was edited on Jan 7, 2010, 09:48.
 
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21. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 09:44 shuttleswo
 
Ravor wrote on Jan 7, 2010, 09:32:
If I never hear about this game ever again I'll be happy.

not me; i've probably gotten more enjoyment out of the soap opera that was/is this game than i probably will get out of playing it
 
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20. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 09:32 Ravor
 
If I never hear about this game ever again I'll be happy.  
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19. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 08:25 DavidM
 
If I send them 20 bucks will the current crop of "developers" "working on it" just STFU until its gold?  
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18. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 08:08 Veinman
 
If this game ever comes out, I'm hoping Duke doesn't have someone barking orders into his ear piece, telling him what he needs to do next.

Duke knows exactly what needs done... Kick ass and chew bubble gum.
 
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17. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 08:01 Hump
 
Lets see, tie up the loose ends of what they have then console ports need to be hashed out, I'm guessing Fall 2010.

Thats assuming Broussard has been taken out of the development loop.
 
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16. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 03:04 Rigs
 
What choking alien?!? I just remember choking chickens...

Oh, you didn't play that version, eh?

And for the record, my balls don't itch cause they BRASS!

Booya!

=-Rigs-=

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'I know what you think you are, what you want us to believe! But I don't buy it! For three years now you've been pulling everyone's strings, getting us to do all the work, and you haven't done a damn thing except stand there and look cryptic.'
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15. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 02:04 Lit_Reflex001
 
It's very important that they make it very fun to kill aliens. We need Soldier of Fortune 2/ Left For Dead 2 level blood and gore with detailed, extensive features.

Remember that choking alien from Duke Nukem 3-D?
 
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14. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 01:53 Jerykk
 
I think Monolith would be best studio to carry on the Duke name. They've proven they can do humor with NOLF (and Blood and FEAR, to a lesser extent). They've proven they can do action (all of the above). They've also been making shooters since the Duke days.  
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13. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 00:56 Xoxotl
 
Why does everyone assume that since the original developer tanked that the IP is dead?

Very good point, XM-S. Now that you mention it, it is probably safe to assume the IP has been transferred to another development team.

Maybe we'll see Call Of Duty: Duke Nukem in the future?
 
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Don't start anything you can't finish. Preferably to component atoms.
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12. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 00:18 XM-S
 
I don't get it. Why does everyone assume that since the original developer tanked that the IP is dead? Its one of the most successful games ever published. OF COURSE its going to get made. Its cash in the bank for the publisher.

If someone gives you a Benz, you drive the fucking thing, you don't trash it just because the old owner couldn't figure out how to start it.

What you should be wondering is, will it completely suck when it gets released without 3DRealms?
 
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11. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 7, 2010, 00:08 Drayth
 
When these people die of old age, who's gonna carry on the rumors? ...for that matter.. who's gonna be around to read them?  
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10. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 6, 2010, 23:48 SM0k3
 
Every time a article of Duke Nukem is posted a member of Al Qaeda dies -- Please think of the terrorist!  
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9. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 6, 2010, 23:08 Icewind
 
ForgedReality wrote on Jan 6, 2010, 22:13:
It won't ever arrive, and if it does, it will suck. We've already seen videos of it using some outdated shitty engine. It looked like Shadow Warrior or something.

I thought I read that it was using Unreal Engine 3.

Well, your point still stands, sort of...since UE3 has always looked like shit.
 
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8. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 6, 2010, 23:07 BinaryNinja
 
At this point, who cares?  
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7. Re: Another Duke Nukem Forever Curveball Jan 6, 2010, 22:16 Nere
 
My balls itch.  
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