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I Can't Believe They're Still Pretending To Make Duke Nukem Forever

Posted on Wednesday, December 19 @ 22:38:00 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Today, 3D Realms released a new teaser trailer for Duke Nukem Forever, a game that was announced more than ten years ago. You know what's happened in the meanwhile? A lot.

The original Duke Nukem 3D was actually one of the first games I ever reviewed. When Duke Nukem Forever was announced on April 28th, 1997 GR was only one year old.

There are some great lists going around about everything that's happened while this vaporware failed to appear. but I'm just going to hit some of my favorites.

1- The entire Grand Theft Auto series. Yep, even GTA 1&2 before the landmark GTA3.

2- Britney Spears entire career (would that we could make that go away).

3- Nine Legend of Zelda games, not counting remakes.

4- The entire Sims series.

5- Every Metal Gear Solid game.

6- An entire generation of consoles came and went - the PS2, the Xbox, and the Gamecube.

7- When Duke Nukem Forever was announced, there was no such thing as Google, eBay, or MySpace.

8- Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP all launched, and have all been replaced.

9- Every single English Pokemon game.

10- Every movie in The Matrix, the X-Men and The Lord of the Rings series.

Meanwhile these guys haven't managed to complete a single game. For your enjoyment, here's the new trailer and an old one from E3 in 1998.






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