Take-Two settles Duke Forever suit

"The matter has been resolved."

Take-Two has settled its lawsuit with 3D Realms over Duke Nukem Forever, according to spokespeople for both parties.

"We can confirm that the matter has been resolved, and the company is not providing additional details of the agreement," a corporate comms man for Take-Two told IGN, while 3D Realms said it wasn't saying anything.

3D Realms was forced to lay off the Duke Nukem Forever development team last year and "rebuild" as a smaller company.

Take-Two filed a lawsuit against 3D Realms shortly afterward, which 3DR's Scott Miller said was "based on knee-deep BS and with more spin that a top".

"3DR has been in nearly a dozen lawsuits (including against Warner and Fox). We're always innocent, and we always win. This one is no exception. Give it a year, then the truth will come out," he said almost exactly a year ago.

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