Tagged With duke nukem forever

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It's no secret that Duke Nukem Forever was not particularly well received. As a self-described snob of first person shooters, I'm certainly not wild about the game. Broken encounters, weak level design, and an inconsistent sense of humour held Duke Nukem Forever back from being a great game. Duke deserves better. Duke Nukem 3D is one of the most important games ever made. So how does someone go about fixing Duke?

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Apogee Software/3D Realms — the studio that spent more than a decade working on Duke Nukem Forever — is suing Gearbox Software, the company that bought that game’s rights and released the long-brewing sequel in 2011. Apogee/3D Realms alleges that Gearbox has refused to pay more than $US2 million owed to 3D Realms from royalties and advances Gearbox received from publishers for Duke Nukem Forever.