Duke Nukem Ain’t Dead

I guess this isn’t the same as a greenlight, but it is a pretty clear message. Says CEO Strauss Zelnick: “You will see future Duke IP coming from this company.”

That’s interesting, considering every critic other than me hates Duke Nukem Forever, and there’s already been a PR controversy surrounding it. But, hey, it’s a commercial success apparently, and so of course they’ll make another one. That is how this business works, after all.

We can only hope, however, that the next Duke Game will actually have some funny jokes. And hopefully my peers will calm the f–k down.

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1 Comment on Duke Nukem Ain’t Dead


On June 22, 2011 at 9:58 am

Hopefully if they choose a new engine they stick with it and don’t change it up three times.

Duke Forever was good, but I’ll tell you what, I don’t think it was as good as Duke 3D was. There could have been simply more, after it taking this long.