After being in development for over 13 years, it's finally time for Duke to return. But after so much turmoil, will his latest explosive adventure be worth the wait?
Its pretty much impossible because of the waiting time, but......... always bet on the duke :P I expect the game to be very good and for it to be some good old fashioned fun :)
Waited since I was a little kid for this, I think it will sell well no matter what it will end up like. It is a part of everyone's gaming history man.
I'm not so sure the younger gamers will appreciate it as much, or know much about the game's history.
I think Broussard's ambition either worked incredibly in the game's favour and we're going to be blown away, or he's completely killed it and the game is going to suck beyond belief. I don't think it can be in between.
2K's titles are generally good. Come and get some! Always LOL at his quotes.
randy pitchford (founder of Gearbox) at PAX said that Broussard has like a "shit filter", he knows when a game sucks and when its awesome. the reason the game took so long is because Broussard wanted to make the perfect game.
I think this game can only disappoint in the end, The titanesque hype and expectations behind it is just impossible to meet. just my two cent. @ below: lol probably.
and if the hype is met? the world collapses between your feet and a black hole is created :P
And then he'll wait for Duke to rescue him :P
This would have to be spectacular to impress, there's a lot more competition out there now compared to when this game was announce many moons ago.
One of the biggest stories in VG history. It won't be great, but the legacy of 'Duke Nukem Forever' be talked about for years to come.
it will definitely be 'worth the wait' but there's no saying how could a game it might be. seeing it grab an actual release will be a miracle.. this is why DNF being a good game may be an impossibility for some.
NO!! It was not worth waiting for 12 years!
Dunno, I'll have to wait and see. :)
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