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Posted on Thursday, August 19 2010 @ 00:36:37 Eastern

God I hope this rumor is true.

http://www.kotaku.com.au/2010/08/rumour-borderlands-studio-reviving-duke-nukem-forever/

According to Kotaku, Gearbox might have taken up the mantle that 3D Realms and George Broussard left behind.  They were supposed to put out their own Duke Nukem game a few years back, called "Duke Nukem: Begins" or something to  that effect, but never actually got around to doing it.  Now that 3D Realms has gone down in flames, the IP for Duke Nukem - along with all of the "work" that was put into the game - is out there somewhere.  All I know is, I still want to play it.

"But why?" you might be asking.  "Why would you want to play a game that has taken over a decade to just fizzle out with the last flame on the last dollar bill of 3DR?"  And the answer, like every great question, is a simple one.

Because it will either be absolutely awesome, or the biggest letdown in gaming HISTORY.  And I'm willing to take that chance.

I don't really have anything specific to add to that, just... doesn't THIS make you want to play?

(Also, a message to whoever does OFFICIALLY get to work on this... if anyone... need a hand with anything?  I'll offer my insight and ideas!)
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