Duke Nukem 3D News

Gearbox sues 3D Realms over Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction

Original series creator admits "material infringement" and apologises.

Duke Nukem IP-holder Gearbox is suing the series' original developers - 3D Realms, Interceptor Entertainment, and Apogee Software - for developing the recently announced PC and PS4 title Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction.

Duke 3D revamp to get multiplayer beta

Duke 3D revamp to get multiplayer beta

New website fleshes out game details.

The amateur developers recreating Duke Nukem 3D using Unreal Engine 3 have created a new website, launched a podcast and invited interested fans to donate funds to help the project.

Interceptor Entertainment has a non-commercial licence from Duke Nukem Forever studio Gearbox Software to develop Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded, which should consist of a three-episode single-player campaign and multiplayer modes when finished.

"We are going to stay true to Duke Nukem 3D, but we are also going to be integrating all the new gameplay elements from this century!" the developers promised in their first website update.

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3D Realms shuts down

Take-Two retains Duke Nukem Forever IP.

3D Realms has closed because of insufficient funding, placing the future of Duke Nukem Forever once more in doubt.

Duke Nukem 3D for XBLA today

Foul-mouthed shooter to cost 800 Points.

Duke Nukem 3D will be the Xbox Live Arcade addition today, and will cost 800 MS Points (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60) to download.

Duke Nukem to be Hollywood film

Max Payne producer heading project.

3D Realms has decided to turn Duke Nukem into a Hollywood film, and has enlisted Max Payne producer Scott Faye to help. And he wants to help.

Duke Nukem 3D for XBLA finished

It's in Microsoft's hands now, says 3DR.

3D Realms has confirmed that Duke Nukem 3D is on its way to Xbox Live Arcade shortly, having passed certification at the first attempt.

Duke Nukem 3D confirmed for XBLA

Duke Nukem 3D confirmed for XBLA

Hopefully this year, says Scott Miller.

3D Realms has said that Duke Nukem 3D is definitely heading to Xbox Live Arcade.

Confirmation came from big shot Scot Miller, who told the Dallas Business Journal it would have co-operative play, online multiplayer, and potentially be available this year. What are you waiting for? Christmas?

"We're really excited about bringing classic Duke to the 360," said Miller. "We're talking to Microsoft about getting a release slot sometime this year."

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Duke Nukem for XBLA?

3D Realms keen on it.

3D Realms big shot George Broussard has said Duke Nukem 3D could be coming to Live Arcade. Apparently all he's waiting on is the go ahead from Microsoft.