You've been waiting for it since you were a little kid, and now that it's here you need as much extra, pointless swag as you can get. That's why 2K Games and Gearbox will be offering a very special "Balls of Steel" edition of Duke Nukem Forever.
This is for the real serious Duke Nukem fan, or for anyone who just wants to show appreciation for the awesome name of this limited edition bundle. In addition to the game, Balls of Steel buyers will get the following:
* Collectible bust of the greatest alien ass-kicker of all-time
* Numbered, limited-edition certificate of authenticity
* 100-page hardcover book: The History, Legacy %26amp; Legend: Duke Nukem Forever Art from the Vault
* Duke Nukem Forever postcard series
* Duke Nukem Forever radioactive emblem sticker
* Duke Nukem Forever collectible comic book
* Duke Nukem Forever foldable paper craft
* Duke Nukem Forever poker chips
* Duke Nukem Forever mini-card deck
* Duke Nukem Forever radioactive emblem dice
Does it make up for the years of relentless teasing and seemingly never wanting to release this mythical game? Perhaps. But it's still a hefty $100 for this limited piece of video game history.
But for those who simply cannot get enough Duke Nukem merch, check back in tomorrow, February 12, when GamesRadar will be giving away a special Duke Nukem Forever collector's item that you won't find in the Balls of Steel bundle. Check in later for more details.
For now, if you want to get your orders in ASAP for the kick-ass Balls of Steel package, it's available for pre-order at Amazon and GameStop. It will be released alongisde the standard game-only launch of May 3.
Feb 11, 2011
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