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The recent Duke Nukem announcement tease is causing trouble, as Gearbox Software is suing 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment for IP infringement over unauthorized use of their Duke property. This will not be the first legal action following the sale of the Duke property to Gearbox, as 3D Realms previously sued Gearbox over unpaid royalties, though this lawsuit was later dropped. The new suit is over Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, a new project which has yet to be officially announced on its teaser website, though a Facebook page outs this as "an isometric action role-playing game for PC and PlayStation 4, by Interceptor." This complaint outlines Gearbox's legal case here, which includes a passage saying "'No good deed goes unpunished.' 3DR’s actions illustrate the point, given the exceptional amount of support that Gearbox extended to 3DR, its ownership, and the Duke Nukem franchise that Gearbox must protect'." Here's more:
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