Discussion in 'Games' started by Frick, Dec 19, 2007.
This can be read on 3D Realm's frontpage:
Soo... What do you think?
I think there is already a thread on this. Your screenshot is better i think.
Oh man.. I read through the forum a bunch of times but I missed the other thread. Sorry.
Either way, it'll be interesting. I doubt we'll actually see a game untill 2010+
They delayed it.......again
Lol, this game is a joke. I've been saying that for over ten years now.
Until and unless I see an actual release of this game, Duke Nukem Forever will be Vaporware in my book. I know that good things come to those who wait, but g'dayumn! It's past ridiculous.
damm this game takes so long to be realeased its sick
this better be one of the best if not the best game ive ever played, that is if they ever actually release it
yeah man i think its a joke, even when it comes out i think itll be still a joke i might not even get it when its out in protest.
pffft the developers will eventually die and pass it on to there sons and so on.
doesn't look that good kinda looks like a hi res doom 3, i dont like the graphics for the arms or the veins.
lol just noticed how much he looks like Bruce Willis in that pic
I think the people over at 3dRealms just like to throw parties, smoke pot, and do cgi renderings.
lol i need to get a job there
I cant see the image, I will look when I get home
how much have they spent making this anyone know the exact number, i remeber it being like $10,000,000 a while back or something rediculous like that
a little over 10 years is it not?
its a wonder how they ever stay in business maybe they sell drugs or have a lemonade stand outside their office
coz they aint sellin much games
Mobile dn games, Prey or perhaps the Max Payne series that is quite successful. Besides they're selling their ancient games on Steam.
I still play my Duke Atomic Edition every once and a while. I gotta run it in some sort of emulation though.
Sittin here waitin for the trailer.
Like WinDoom for Doom and Doom engine games, there's some out there for Duke as well. High resolution support, better textures, runs in Windows, etc.
If this game is actually released, then 'Jeremy Soule and Julian Soule, Frank Bry, Jason Evigan and Jon St. John' are my heroes for making the wait less painful. Although in this case, it really just opens the wound. Darn them!!!
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