Ars: Duke Nukem Forever Hands-On - An Ambitious, Audacious Mess

At a preview event for Duke Nukem Forever in Vegas, Pitchford continued to talk about his devotion to the game.

"I did not want to live in a world where there is no Duke Nukem, and that's the world we were facing in 2009. So we did it. We jumped in. Sometimes I've said that I bought Duke Nukem, but the more fair thing to say is that George and Scott sold it to me. I feel really humbled that they trusted me with their brand," Pitchford said.

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-Ikon-2781d ago (Edited 2781d ago )

I had this feeling. Looks like some things were rushed. How this is even possible on a 13 year dev cycle is beyond me. Looks like its trying to do to many things at once. And being good at none of it..

BUT I wont make a final judgment till I play it. If all else fails I hope at least this game cracks me up

Derekvinyard132781d ago

we all have diffrent opinions, but i hope this isnt true

fourtwenty20092781d ago

I knew it. This game is going to suck.

Way to ruin Duke's legacy.

showtimefolks2781d ago

the guy in the preview wants a COD in duke nukeum he is complaining about how every FPS has moved on true but some games can be fun like old times

Mista T2781d ago

doesn't he even ask why there are no iron sights too? lol