There was a plethora of great games at Penny Arcade Expo 2010 this year, but there was one that took the show by storm. Everyone who read the internet at all this weekend knows that game was the resurrection of Duke Nukem Forever. It was easily the most memorable showing at the convention not necessarily because it had any kind of revolutionary gameplay or unmatched visuals, but it sticks out the most in my mind as being a triumph in the industry. It went much deeper than just a trailer and a demo; it was Randy Pitchford, CEO of Gearbox, tearing up during the Gearbox panel. It was the 5-hour lines just to play the 15 minute demo and it was also the people who came out of their demo with a big grin. These are just a few of the moments that gave the announcement enormous weight. I’m not even a Duke Nukem fan and yet it was easily the most unforgettable aspect of my weekend at PAX.