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June 18, 2011
We are reviewing who gets games next time and who doesn’t based on today’s venom. Bad scores are fine. Venom filled reviews… that’s completely different. Too many went too far with their reviews.
The Redner Group founder Jim Redner • Tweeting his anger with the negative reviews the long-awaited “Duke Nukem Forever" received upon its release. Those were Redner’s last words as 2K Games’ PR guy — his company was ditched not long after. (Because, um, he suggested doing something that’s very unethical.) The game itself, which many reviewers noted seemed to have come from a different era of gaming, received mixed reviews according to Metacritic — few reaching to the point of total hatred. source (viafollow)
19:18 // 2 years ago
June 14, 2011
"Duke Nukem Forever," vaporware no more. You can buy it!
It’s here. Finally. In purchasable form. The long-delayed sequel to Duke Nukem 3D finally comes out in the U.S. today. And what better way to celebrate the game’s release than by talking with one of the guys who helped make this epic monstrosity? USA Today chats a little with co-creator Allen Blum on the journey that finally brought the game to stores. Finally. source
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It’s here. Finally. In purchasable form. The long-delayed sequel to Duke Nukem 3D finally comes out in the U.S. today. And what better way to celebrate the game’s release than by talking with one of the guys who helped make this epic monstrosity? USA Today chats a little with co-creator Allen Blum on the journey that finally brought the game to stores. Finally. source

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9:50 // 2 years ago
February 23, 2011
Did you work on “Duke Nukem Forever”? Wanna be in the credits?
So yeah, the new developers of the Duke Nukem 3D sequel have this message on their site asking if you worked on the game at some point between 1997 and now. It’s kinda like what Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ kids went through when he died, except with video games. source
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So yeah, the new developers of the Duke Nukem 3D sequel have this message on their site asking if you worked on the game at some point between 1997 and now. It’s kinda like what Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ kids went through when he died, except with video games. source

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22:42 // 3 years ago