April 1, 2010

Duke Nukem Forever would have been gold today

Duke. About to beat the sunnuvabith who cancelled his game.

Wow. This came out of left field. Jason Bergham, Take Two producer formally working on the legendary vaporware, confirmed today that April 1, 2010 would have been the day Duke Nukem went gold. That is to say, completed development and sent to the manufacturing plant. It was "totally intentional" and "going to be hilarious" according to Bergham. Seriously. But would anyone have bought the news? And for that matter, would anyone have bought the game?


  1. Never heard of this game but I would have bought it

  2. ...

    How have you never heard of this game? It's one of the most famous games ever because it was in development since 1997.

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