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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 Forever Delayed. No, This Isn't A Joke (Never Bet On Duke?)

At this point it should’ve been completely expected, but 2K Games and developer Gearbox Software have announced that Duke Nukem Forever has been delayed.  After spending an eternity in development to the point where it became a joke, it seemed like Duke Nukem was finally on track once Gearbox took over the reins and was even on track for a May 3rd release. But once again Duke has been struck with bad luck and the king of alien blasting and cigar chomping has been hit with another delay.

Duke Nukem Forever: Balls of Steel Edition Announced. BEST CE NAME EVER!

The occasion of Duke Nukem Forever being released is a joyous one that should be celebrated with beer, junk food, parties and other such lively things.  I’m sure we here at Shogun Gamer will have something planned for the release of Duke Nukem Forever, but everyone else can celebrate the occasion if they wish with the recently announced Duke Nukem Forever: Balls of Steel Edition.

Duke Nukem Forever Returns With More Over-the-Top Screens

After waiting for ten years, Duke Nukem Forever is only four months away from finally being in our hands.  The game has quite a stigma surrounding it, but at this point I think a lot of gamers just want to get their hands on DNF and have a fun time peeing in bathrooms, looking at the occasional nude stripper and having a merry time blowing the head off of a mutant boar.

Here's further proof of Duke Nukem Forever actually being real [Video]

If the notion of Duke Nukem Forever’s impending May release seems too good to be true for you then here’s a brand new video which points to the news being actual reality.  Yes, there’s no reason to pinch yourself or activate your kick to awaken yourself from your level 2 or level 3 dreams as Duke Nukem Forever is indeed coming out this year in a fashion that’s almost befitting of the character, big and unexpected.

Duke Nukem Forever finally gets a release date (END OF THE WORLD CONFIRMED!)

After being the butt of jokes for nearly a decade, Duke Nukem will finally reclaim his crown as the go-to game for over-the-top action and cheesy one-liners as Duke Nukem Forever will finally be available to gamers in May.  Speaking to Game Informer, Gearbox Software’s Randy Pitchford confirmed the North American release date of May 3rd, 2011 as when we will see Duke make his long awaited return to the world of gaming.

Want to try out Duke Nukem Forever? Then maybe you should pick up Borderlands

2K Games is doing some cross franchise synergy with today’s announcement concerning Borderlands and the eagerly awaited Duke Nukem Forever.  As most of you know, Borderlands was developed by the talented folks at Gearbox and Duke Nukem Forever is the next project Gearbox is undertaking. So what better way to take advantage of this than allow gamers early access to a DNF demo if they pick up the latest Borderlands release?

Borderlands: Claptrap's New Robot Revolution DLC [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

Claptrap's New Robot Revolution offers a bittersweet
goodbye to a well enjoyed game that delivers the usual dose of offbeat humor mixed in with hours of treasure hunter's fun.

The Pros: 

New areas to explore, wacky Claptrap humor, weapon looting never gets old.

The Cons: 

Should had more new original enemies rather than re-using most of the previous enemies, a reminder of how tedious this game can get when playing single player only, really short play-through. Rating : 

Claptrap's New Robot Revolution DLC is Borderlands' swan song and as nice it would had been to say that the game closes out with a bang, it doesn't but come pretty damn close. The last DLC brings us back to Pandora and stars the one wheeled comedians known as Claptraps.

New screens of Borderlands: Claptrap's New Robot Revolution

Last month we got our first details on the next Borderlands DLC pack – Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution.  Revolving around warring mechanical factions, Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution promises to have the same Borderlands mayhem fans would expect from the franchise along with the added zaniness.

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