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Shareware pioneer Apogee Software has announced the launch of a new online store, offering a handful of Apogee's most well-known games, specifically Duke Nukem 3D, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Rise of the Triad and both Blake Stone titles, all of which can be had for $5.99 each. Savvy readers m...

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The year was 1997, and I'd just begun writing about video games professionally. Like most of my fellow gamers, I was pretty excited when 3D Realms announced that it was working on a sequel to Duke Nukem 3D, the runaway PC hit that it had released just a year before. At my first E3, a year later, ...

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Normally, we wouldn't consider it news when a game "goes gold" in time for its appointed release date. But when the game in question is Duke Nukem Forever, we feel compelled to report all evidence of an actual game -- with a modicum of skepticism, of course -- until the vulgar little adventure is...

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Hankerin' to clobber pig cops and jetpack-toting snake dudes, but just can't find that Duke Nukem 3D disc? Save yourself some time and snap up the Atomic Edition of Duke 3D for just $2.99 on GOG.com this weekend. If that weren't enough of a deal, GOG's offering its entire Apogee catalog for 50 perc...

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Duke Nukem Forever might actually be completed and released -- but like most everyone, I won't be convinced until the final product is in my hands. During a recent press event, I played through the same demo we saw at PAX and spoke with 2K Games senior producer Melissa Miller, who did her best to r...

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Project lead Frederik "Fresch" Schreiber has received a non-commercial license to proceed with Duke Nukem: Next-Gen, his Unreal Engine 3-powered Duke Nukem 3D remake. Fresch secured the license in just under three weeks after his first announcement -- a credit to rights holder Gearbox's openness to...

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Assuming you're still buying games from GOG.com after last week's shutdown stunt, there are some excellent deals to be had this week on the site's "Community Favorites" list. All of the games on the list are half off, which means you can pick up Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition or Myst: Masterpiece Ed...

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So you weren't at PAX last weekend, and didn't play Duke Nukem Forever? Well, then you probably agree with Gearbox's Randy Pitchford when he says that a playable demo for the mythical title is probably "an important thing to do." That's not a confirmation but, now that the cat's out of the bag, the...

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According to unnamed sources speaking with Kotaku and "claiming to have knowledge of the situation," development on Duke Nukem Forever is continuing -- until completion -- with Borderlands developer Gearbox Software. Stranger still, the sources also claim that a "playable demo" will be distributed ...

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Duke Nukem is set to return (once again) to his 2D roots in Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project for Xbox Live Arcade ($10) on June 23. The game -- originally released on PC in 2002 -- sees Duke blasting aliens and saving babes in glorious 2.5D. See for yourself in the new screens and trailer ......

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After being outed by a handful of ratings organizations, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project has finally been confirmed for release on Xbox Live Arcade. A listing for the game recently appeared on the official Xbox website, bringing with it no pricing or release date details -- though it does confirm tha...

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It would appear the side-scrolling shoot-em-up PC Gamer called "a blast" back in 2002, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, will eventually find its way onto Xbox Live Arcade. It's happening, right? Like, we've seen a couple ratings pop up for the game, so it's gotta be a done deal -- come on, will someb...

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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project continues its silent march toward a possible Xbox Live Arcade release, with the title rated M by Australia's rating board for Xbox 360. The game was previously classified by Korea's Game Rating Board and has yet to be accompanied by an announcement by Microsoft. As in ...

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