GameStop Accepting Duke Nukem Forever Preorders From Clinton Presidency

Sure, your Duke Nukem Forever preorder slip might be chiseled on a piece of granite using rudamentary tools and a language of pictographs no longer discernible by humans without doctoral degrees.

That’s okay. GameStop will still take it.

The Escapist is reporting that GameStop has said that anyone who can produce a DNF preorder receipt will have their $5 honored by the company. That’s according to an interview with Game Informer:

“With a long-anticipated release like Duke Nukem Forever, we encourage customers who pre-ordered more than a year ago to verify their reservation with their local store prior to launch. Provided the customer has a receipt, we will honor even those pre-orders taken long ago.”

Booyah. That’s kinda like finding $5 in your jeans when you get them out of the wash. Oh, and you’ll also get your preorder bonuses.

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3 Comments on GameStop Accepting Duke Nukem Forever Preorders From Clinton Presidency


On June 1, 2011 at 5:54 pm

Any of you investment gurus out there know what compounded interest on $5 would amount to today? I’m sure Gamestop does.

Come to think of it, they weren’t Gamestop in 1999. They were EB Games.

But to show you how old I really am, I can remember when they were Babbages. Now, those were the good ol’ days.

Phil Hornshaw

On June 1, 2011 at 5:59 pm

I got my first game guide from Babbages — for Chrono Trigger. Which I lost, much to my 10-year-old chagrin.

Phil Hornshaw

On June 1, 2011 at 6:00 pm

Actually, wasn’t GameStop actually Funcoland waaaay back, and then acquired Babbages and EB Games? Because EB stores still exist.