TSA writes: "It has been fourteen years since Duke Nukem Forever was first announced for the PC. Fourteen strife filled years in which the game has become the punch line to a joke that stopped being funny back when Tony Blair was still in power. In that time we’ve seen the ascension of the PlayStation brand with three generations of hardware, the rise and fall (and then rise) of Nintendo, the death of SEGA as a console manufacturer, Microsoft’s revolution of the online console experience, and a whole host of motion related gubbins.
Whereas back in the day FPS players demanded no more than big guns and lots of ammo, this is no longer the case. I guess what I’m trying to say is that gaming has evolved a heck of a lot since 1997; should Duke have been put to rest a long time ago, or should we all once again prepare to hail to the King?"