Duke Nukem Forever slips by a month
Gearbox has announced in a rather amusing video that, sadly, Duke Nukem Forever has been delayed, again.
This time though, the delay is only a month and the perennially tardy title should be out on June the 10th in Europe and June the 14th in the US.
You can see Gearbox's Randy Pitchforth talking excitedly about Duke Nukem's impending release over on 2K Games' YouTube channel.
Duke Nukem Forever is in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and Gearbox is hoping that they have managed to capture make it the big boobs and even bigger blasts experience that Duke Nukem was famous for all those years ago.
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