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Duke Nukem Forever: A Discussion with Randy Pitchford

EuroGamer: "Duke Nukem Forever launched in June 2011 after 15 years in development, the longest-ever video game development period. The story of its creation is one of peaks and troughs and high drama, but that's not what we sit down with Gearbox Software boss Randy Pitchford, the man who saved Duke from development hell, to talk about. Instead, we're here to talk about the reception to the game."

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HarryMasonHerpderp1959d ago

I can't believe the guy is still defending this game.

FinaLXiii1959d ago (Edited 1959d ago )

He´s defending some of the design choices where DNF prevails strong where most other games of the genre completly ignore it.

Like adding puzzles, interactive scenarios, lack of seriousness in terms of character and plot, diversity in gameplay, things like that.

DNF is an average shooter but what makes it special its bold design choices that go for something more original.