3D Realms' George Broussard updated his .plan with word that Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, the 3D platform action game developed by Sunstorm Interactive, has gone gold. The game is expected to arrive on store shelves "in a couple of weeks."
all these newbie gay fan boys who automatically thing anything not "first person shooter" sucks... you are mindless idiots. open your simple gay minds you morons. jesus, first person shooters are so tired and boring these days, please stop making them! they are all the same! thank god someone had the nuts to try something else with this game! !!!
but 3drealms does suck maximum cock, ill agree with you there. they are as dumb, if not dumber, than all of the above mentioned gay fanboys.
When are u gonna step the plate and make a real Duke Nukem game...??? I was a duke fan but I never once bought all the shitty sub games that have appeared and frankly Im bored of waiting for the next real "3D" I guess your happy to keep milkin the franchise on crap and never workin again what a sell out
Duh, this is made on the polished Unreal engine some call Unreal tournament so it isnt any new technology, So quit sticking up for them, they suck anyways, this UNREAL MOD has been in development for years and the community makes better MODS for free!
I got excited until I found out this is programmed like a Donkey Kong game with third person point of view. Good Job...regress back to the old way of programming so kids that have just begun to play games will think this is a game with a new point of view. Uggh! No wonder they're marketing it as only $25.00! I'd rather watch TV or spend the money on a movie for entertainment.
I'll save my shopping spree for first person immersion of DNF...ho hmmm.
As systems get faster and game designers make real efforts to take advantage of the increased power in graphics & CPU's, it's undoubtably going to take longer production cycles to program and test all the additional code that is required. Game designers that simply piggy back the current technology will be able to produce games faster but if you want a high quality realistic game that will have a long life (as games go), your going to have to be prepared and accept years of waiting. I'm anxious as anyone for DNF, but if they produce a game as good as it's purported to be, then I gracefully accept the long wait and the "when it's done" stance. Hopefully, this long "tease" will show up as a new benchmark in games that'll blow your mind! I won't write it off until/unless an official press release comes out that it has been abandoned.