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Duke Nukem Forever: Gameplay and Demo At PAX Prime 2010

Back in 2008 we asked you if you would want Doom 4 or Duke Nukem Forever first, and our readers made it clear that they had been waiting “forever” for Duke Nukem Forever. In April 2009 was the sad news that Duke Nukem creators (3D Realms) had closed, and this led to many unanswered questions.

Then in April 2010 we had more positive news, which showed some leaked screenshots and video for the apparently binned Duke Nukem Forever. The story is one of the longest running we have seen, and it’s sad to see it unfold the way it has.

Duke Nukem Forever gets a graphics upgrade it deserves – PAX Prime 2010 had a surprise reveal of Duke Nukem Forever, and visitors were lucky enough to get hands-on time with the game, yes-REAL gameplay.

The video below shows an exclusive interview at PAX Prime 2010 with Brian Martel, from Gearbox. He explains that the game has been a long time coming, and because of so many let downs over the years, what better way to show Duke Nukem Forever than an unexpected demo.

They have let gamers play a couple of levels; one is a really early beginning level. Watch the video below to learn more. For some extended gameplay (over 13mins) see this article.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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