Friday, June 10, 2011

Duke Nukem Forever

Gerbox achieved after about 15 years that a new version of the game Duke Nukem arrives in stores today. This is Duke Nukem Forever. Despite the success of Duke Nukem 3D in 1996, 3D Realms study was unable to continue the task. Cancellations, production problems were delaying her return ... until today.

The creators of Duke Nukem Forever have been introduced in the late history of the title, and 2K Games has explained why in 15 years. "The search for the perfect game to keep up our" King "Duke Nukem unfortunately complicated the development and 3D Realms a few years ago had to close its doors and cancel the project, playing Europa Press.

After 3D Realms, other studies such as Triptych took over, but 2KGames explained that they had no funding or support from a large company, which made taking the project from becoming a "task almost impossible." Fortunately, the study Gearbox took over the project and supported by 2K Games have managed to return Duke to fill the screens of users of action, scantily clad girls and a whole array of stylish phrases.

Just the treatment of female figures is controversial. Randy Pitchford of Gearbox Software on Eurogamer says that "from the minute you suggest that Duke commit an act of violence against women is a woman just because you're offending me." Available on Xbox, PS3 and PC.

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