Duke Nukem Forever At PAX: Interest Helps Classic Game

By Jamie Pert - Sep 7, 2010

A few days ago it was revealed that Duke Nukem Forever was scheduled for a 2011 release, now we are hearing that this announcement has created a lot of interest in other Duke Nukem titles.

If you head over to Good Old Games’s website you will see that Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition is one of this week’s best sellers, not bad considering that the game is over 14 years old.

Many of today’s gamers would have completely missed out on Duke Nukem 3D, for me it was the first time I experienced a jet pack in a first person shooter, it’s quite strange that games such as Halo: Reach and Killzone 3 are only just adding this to their impressive list of features

At the time Duke Nukem 3D was revolutionary and controversial, it will be interesting to see how Duke Nukem Forever will vary in terms of content, do you want some controversial content?

Source: Independent

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