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New Duke Nukem Forever screenshot released

Datamonstar (845886) writes | more than 7 years ago

First Person Shooters (Games)

Datamonstar (845886) writes "Gametrailers.com reports a confirmation of sorts for the existence of Duke Nukem Forever. According to the article:

"In what almost feels like a sick joke, the guys at 3D Realms have appeared out of the ether to reaffirm the existence of the vaporware that is Duke Nukem Forever."
The picture's authenticity was confirmed "After finding an image of Duke on a Gameasutra jobs posting for a programmer at 3D Realms, members of the Shacknews messageboards discussed its authenticity until George Broussard, co-creator of the franchise, popped up to verify it as an in-game image." The article is quick to admit that "The screenshot offers little in terms of information. It simply shows Duke in typical fashion: grimacing behind a pair of sunglasses while holding some pistols." But it also states "It took 'em 10 years to make this screenshot, so you'd better appreciate it." If this event is any indication at all, it would seem that the game's production is still moving (somewhat) forward after all."

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