Want to know about the multiplayer in Duke Nukem Forever? Official Xbox Magazine has the scoop in its April 2011 issue with the first hands-on details.
The issue is on its way to subscribers now and should hit newsstands soon, so keep an eye out!
Duke Nukem Forever is legendary in its development cycle. Over the years, the game has been in the hands of several publishers and many developers have come through the doors at 3D Realms that may have contributed in some way to the game.
As the studio responsible for Duke Nukem Forever, it is our desire to recognize and acknowledge the people who have in some way been a part of the legacy and evolution of the game before it’s released on May 3 (North America) / May 6 (International), so we’ve launched the "Did You Contribute to Duke Nukem Forever" webpage to help find those people.
If you or someone you know has been involved with Duke Nukem Forever at some point and would like to be considered for having an acknowledgment in the game, please let us know at www.gearboxsoftware.com/dnf-credits
You've got questions. We've got answers and love hearing from our fans. That's why, every so often, we reach into the Gearbox Mailbag and have the Gearbox Software crew--the world's foremost experts on all things Gearbox Software--respond to a few questions right here on Gearboxity.
In today's edition of the Gearbox Mailbag, your questions about Duke Nukem Forever, Brothers in Arms, focus testing and more!
You want it. You need it. Now, we're bringing it. Introducing the Duke Nukem Forever Balls of Steel Edition.
Over Gearbox’s decade of operation, Pitchford has become known as an enthusiastic and outspoken representative of his studio–and of the industry. He joins Ken Levine and Shawn Elliott on this episode of Irrational Interviews to discuss how things have changed for game developers and what they want out of the next generation of game consoles. And since both Ken and Randy, now studio heads, started their careers in the trenches, they reminisce on how much more infuriating dev tools once were ...Read More
The King of All Shooters is coming to Las Vegas on Monday, February 7 and is throwing a party with his closest friends.
Of course, The Duke is always looking for new friends to wrap their hands around his controller and experience his glory all up-close-and-personal-like.
If you'll be in the Las Vegas area on Monday, February 7, are 21 years of age or older, and want to spend some time playing with Duke and Duke Nukem Forever, let him know by filling out this form.
Each and every note will be reviewed by one of Duke's lovely ladies and the hand-picked best-of-the-best will be invited to party at his side.
Hurry! Entries will only be accepted through February 4, 2011.
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