Duke Nukem Forever to make an appearance in July PC Gamer?

Yes, it lives! Maybe. Duke Nukem Forever will (supposedly) make his long awaited appearance in the July issue of (the US version) of PC Gamer! Not much else is known, is this going to be an interview, actual gameplay screens, or something else? Maybe they will announce a release date. Ok, maybe not a release date. But you never know these days. Here is the small blurb from the May PC Gamer that Duke4.net reported on and Voodoo Extreme has now picked up on:

Remember those slick decoder rings you played with as a kid? How you sent indecipherable notes to your best friend about how gross that girl sitting next to you was? Well, at PC Gamer, we love secrets, and since we always have our well-trained, doctor-like hands on the pulse of the gaming industry, we'll have some tasty inside info for you next month. Is Duke Nukem Forever finally being released? Hey, it could happen.

So head on over to Duke4.net and check out the PC Gamer blurb and say thanks!

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Looking at the duke4 site it appears it's just rumour mongering to sell mags. George appears to have shot down them down in a ball of flames.

edit: Now on voodoo extreme as well now. Ah well.

This game has been in development longer than i have had a pc, which is about 9 years.
Imagine the ammount of money thats been wasted on it!
In that time Microsoft have Shipped 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista and a few server
3D Realms carnt even finish a game that will last like 10 hours in almost 10 years... i bet the scrapped it like 9 years a go and keep thinking about working on it again.

Well, I'm sure that the scans will be leaked to the net a few weeks before the magazines are delivered.

You know, I can't stand computer magazines. They're so obsolete. I mean, most of the time you open them up and read about stuff that had been discussed on the net months ago. The only time they ever get anything new is when they bribe some company to share the info with them first. And when that happens, scans will appear on the net for everyone to read it whether they subscribe or not.

I used to subscribe to PC Gamer and Computer Gaming World, but I ended up getting rid of both of them after I subscribed to GameSpot. Online sites like GameSpot run circles around any magazine.

I used to buy magazines all the time but now i dont bother too much, i do find it nice to sitdown and read something thats not on a computer screen though, even tho as you say most of the time ive allready heard about it on the net.

i love how the acronym for duke nukem forever is the same as a common acronym in racing for did not finish.

/obscure?


the article is probably a write up stating they chose a fourth engine to use for the game and again, had to scrap everything and stat over.

but to be perfectly honest, they would have to have something REALLY innovative at this point. not even something to the HL2 caliber would suffice. now that Crysis is on the prowl and releasing good demo footage, does anyone really want to play any other FPS?

after I found out that Crysis, like FarCry would cheapent he game haløfway through and introduce Monsters/aliens... my desire to play it plummeted, such a rgeat game untill they want the borign route of killing monsters, yeah never done that before...

Duke Nukem is just a through and through original game, with one linenrs from the coolest actor/movie around