Duke Nukem For President?

Ripten's Chad Lakkis writes:

"Will gamers look past his extended absence and help him in his quest for the White House? Can they forgive his lengthy history of broken promises? Let's find out."

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wardrox3820d ago

I wonder if he will sh*t bricks on Iran.

Nostradavis3820d ago

He may, but it will likely take him "forever" to get anything accomplished.

iamtehpwn3820d ago

Who will NEVER get inaugurated

Charmers3820d ago

I am just wondering if I will ever live to see Duke Nukem Forever, I am getting very advanced in my years and I expect to die before we ever see this game. I guess it's a generational game, it will be our great grandkids that release and play the game.

Nostradavis3820d ago

Yes. And you can tell them stories about when you were a kid and how the game was promised to you for years and years. When the game finally comes out I imagine it will feel a great deal like it did when the Red Sox finally won a world series.

thesummerofgeorge3820d ago (Edited 3820d ago )

I wouldn't be surprised if this was another failed attempt to release the game. Personally, I don't like 3D Realms, they're arrogant and inconsiderate of their fans, who made them what they were. Saying "when it's done" as a release date for over 10 years. Even as of recently they've used the phrase "when it's done" as a release date... Come on guys... They should be doing everything they can to win over fans, not resurfacing for the 10th time with little information, no release date or even an approximation. They don't deserve their fans as far as I'm concerned.

Edit: And for a game in development this long, it looks sub par at best.

Nostradavis3820d ago

Couldn't agree with you more George. How is it that a company does nothing for 10 years and then insults E3 calling it "irrelevant"???

Hello??? And what are you 3D Realms?????

Twizlex3820d ago

I remember the last time 3D Realms made a good game was when... wait... no, actually I don't remember.