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Gearbox seeking to credit everyone who has worked on Duke Nukem Forever

Gearbox Software is on the hunt for anyone who has ever worked on one of the umpteen iterations of Duke Nukem Forever. From illustrators to early developers, long lost publishers and mo-cap strippers, the studio is seeking to add a credit in DNF for everyone who has had a hand in the title's long and belabored development history.

Sadly, nabbing a part of DNF infamy isn't as easy as submitting your name and hoping they don't do a background check. Gearbox has set up adedicated website (opens in new tab)for the promo which makes potential honorees prove their association toThe Dukebefore being accepted. And no, "complained on 3DRealms' forums for 7 years" does not count as a contribution.

This is an interesting opportunity and a respectable move on Gearbox's part. If you know anyone that fits the bill, please make sure to pass this info along. Also, if you know anyone that would be willing to stand in as a fakestudio reference, by all meansemail me personally.

[Source:Gearbox Software (opens in new tab)viaLazygamer (opens in new tab)]

Feb 24, 2011

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