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Duke Nukem Forever Demo Hits June 3rd For First Access Club Members

After over 14 years in development limbo and add a few more years to that total from when I last played a "new" Duke Nukem game, it brings me a sense of grand euphoria to finally to be able to get my hands on a new Duke Nukem game this upcoming June 14th.

Now thanks to a recent announcement from Gearbox Software, the Duke Nukem Forever Demo will finally be available to download exclusively for gamers who are members of the Duke Nukem First Access Club beginning on June 3rd on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.

Say Hallelujah for the New Duke Nukem Forever Trailer

After 12 long years of waiting for the Duke to make his triumphant return to gaming, I figure waiting a few more weeks for the final release of Duke Nukem Forever on June 14th won't really be that bad. So far we are doing quite well with the extra waiting time but another delay would definitely erode my patience big time.

With June 14th still a way off, Gearbox Software has release a new awesome trailer featuring the Dukeness himself, some new gameplay footage, strippers and some accolades from various gaming news sources. Complex magazine!?

Duke Nukem is finally returning in....

Hey everyone, do you remember the Duke Nukem franchise? You know, the wildly popular fps franchise from the mid 90s starring the man who was known for his one-liners and penchant for shooting things.  Well after becoming a joke of sorts due to the decade spanning dev cycle of Duke Nukem Forever, the Duke Nukem franchise is set to return on XBLA.

A new Duke Nukem game could be upon us

You’ve got to love the Duke Nukem franchise since despite not releasing a relevant game in a long ass time the series keeps on kicking.  It’s kind of sad to see the once great Duke resorted to being a joke amongst the gaming community due to the troubled development cycle of appropriately titled Duke Nukem Forever which was killed earlier this year when developer 3D Realms closed. But based on what appeared on the Duke Nukem Facebook page it looks like DN Forever may not be dead.

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