Whether you like Duke Nukem and his antics or find him lowbrow, you have to admit that the developer Gearbox has been doing a pretty good job of advertising Duke Nukem Forever. Randy Pitchford, Gearbox%26rsquo;s chief, talks about it with obvious passion and it can be pretty infectious. In Pitchford%26rsquo;s most recent update, things seemed a little fishy, but ultimately it%26rsquo;s filled with good news. Watch and see what we mean:
So Duke%26rsquo;s still on track for his June 14 in the US release date, while the UK gets it earlier for a change on June 10, and while we wait we%26rsquo;ll have a demo to enjoy on June 3. If the staging of this cheeky video didn%26rsquo;t make much sense, watch Pitchford%26rsquo;s previous update on the game:
It really does seem like we%26rsquo;ll at long last have Duke Nukem Forever, which is something you're never prepared for as a games journalist. Looks like we won%26rsquo;t have Duke Nukem to kick around any more.
May 16, 2011