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Duke Nukem still alive

Forever is a long time.
Run! It's a programmer!

3D Realms has posted a new screenshot for on-going saga Duke Nukem Forever.

It shows a huge boar-man brandishing some impressively yellow tusks, and proves to us all that the project is still very much alive.

The picture accompanied a job posting on Gamasutra that was advertising for an environment artist. But there's little given away about the game other than the candidate will be working on Xbox 360 and Windows.

It follows news from January when game director George Broussard advertised another vacancy on the site accompanied by what he later confirmed to be an in-game screenshot.

Take-Two is expected to publish the title, but was unavailable for comment at time of writing.

Duke Nukem Forever has been in development for a very long time - 1997, to be precise. And quite a lot has happened since then, as people with more time than sense have decided to document.

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