Duke Nukem to PSP and DS

Since the release of Duke Nukem 3D, it is never quiet about his successor Duke Nukem Forever. Beyond a couple teasertrailers is developer 3D Realms never materialised. Now it is finally time to learn more about a new Duke Nukem game.

A releaselist of a major distributor show that Duke Nukem in the third quarter of 2008 will be on the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS. The game is defined - on both platforms - as a first person shooter.

Officially, we have still heard nothing, but it's not the first time that this distributor early information about gamereleases let loose. Earlier this year, we already learned that Mario Kart Wii on April 11 would come, and this was also true.

Any appearance of a Duke Nukem game on a portable video game is of course a surprise, because everyone thought that Duke Nukem Forever on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 would first appear. Perhaps Duke Nukem on the Nintendo DS and PSP a remake of Duke Nukem 3D in this way the public is ready to make way for the new great game Duke Nukem?

Previously 3D Realms has already indicated that we are interested to the old game Duke Nukem 3D over to the Xbox 360 and as a download to offer the Xbox Live Arcade. Here we have only recently heard little about.

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BlackIceJoe3813d ago

I sure hope this is true and is a remake of the old Duke Nukem games. I would love to see how DN would play on the PSP & DS. I just hope if this is true it does not end up like DNF.

omb3813d ago

All work on DNF is on hold again because $DRealms have found some more money to milk from the already over milked Duke cash cow.

PR0F3TA3813d ago

online mode please... and i mean Infestructure not that Ad-Hoc

RealTimeWeaponChange3813d ago

I actually already have Duke 3D on my DS, but it has sh1t controls cuz of the guy who coded them. Just search Google if you don't believe me. You need an M3/R4 card (for roms).

But anyway, I will get Duke 3D wherever it is. Live Arcade or DS. Come get some.

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