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Well, it certainly has been forever. Duke Nukem Forever was originally supposed to ship in 1998, but due to mismanagement, lawsuits, and quite a few game engine changes, the game became a running joke. Most gamers considered it dead, until last year at PAX Prime where Gearbox Software announced that they had purchased the rights to the DNF name, and would be polishing it up for release. The hype train quickly gained steam as more and more fans realised that soon they could once again step into the shoes of Duke Nukem himself. Could DNF possibly live up to the hype, or is it doomed to fail?

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Last week Duke Nukem Forever went Gold, and now we have an official launch trailer to get us ready. Gearbox has stayed true to their word, and after 13 years Duke Nukem Forever is actually coming out!

The trailer gives you a glimpse into the fun you'll have while kicking alien invader ass with an arsenal of weapons worthy to only Duke himself. Check out the trailer after the break.

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Duke is back with another behind the scenes look at the History of Duke Nukem. This time, they enter the Realm of 3D! 

It's still a little tame for what you'd expect from a game were you can shot monsters while enjoying a stripper, but it gives you an interesting look at the history of one of the most loved/hated games of its time. So check it out after the break.

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It's no secret that Duke Nukem has a thing for the ladies - they've been a part of almost every outing he's had. Duke Nukem Forever is no different, and this trailer proves just that. Despite being less than a minute long, you'll see topless chicks (censored, of course), cat-eared chicks, twins, and even some glory hole action.

Hit the jump to see for yourself.

 

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Gearbox has released a behind the scenes video series for Duke Nukem Forever. The first episode brings us back to the early day of Duke when he was a simple child side scroller. The video has some interesting fun facts for you Duke fans out there. While the video as a whole is in neat and informative, it just seems a bit tame for Duke Nukem. Anyways check it out after the jump. 

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Many were skeptical when they heard that Duke Nukem Forever was coming out May 3rd, 2011, but Gearbox assured us all that it was true. On May 3rd, we could all jump back into the large shoes of Duke Nukem! And they lied to us! It's an outrage I say! I'm so mad, I could write a very angry letter letting them know just how angry I am! Ok, so I'm not that mad, mainly because it's probably the shortest delay in Duke Nukem Forever's long and storied history.

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At PAX East this past weekend, I got my first taste of Duke Nukem Forever. The game, which has spent over a decade in development, had lines spanning completely around its large, throne-centered booth. Once I got going, I noticed something I hadn't really given much thought to before regarding the game. It wasn't the surprisingly good graphics or the smooth controls; It was just how much fun the game was.

Remember fun? FPS games in particular have totally forgotten it. Apparently, you can't have fun and be realistic at the same time. So as time went on, the likes of Medal of Honor and Call of Duty went and replaced fun with "gritty" realism and Kill-Death ratios. Stats. Fun was killed with stats.

Maybe it was because Duke Nukem was too busy to save the day. But he's here now, and he is bringing the fun.

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