Everybody knows Duke Nukem, right? But did you know that its sequel is being developed right now? it is called Duke Nukem Forever and is going to be a true hot download in a few months! Duke Nukem is a first-person shooter computer game developed by 3D Realms and it was released back in 1996. The gameplay was pretty simple. In this 3D game you had to move through different levels, pick weapons and equipments and shot enemies and monsters. Today this game won’t be such a big deal, but back in 1996 it became a hit in a few days! Duke Nukem Forever, as said, is the sequel of that great video game and is under development by Gearbox Software, currently. It will be released for all the major video games consoles such as Xbox, Playstation and Windows operating system (XP, Vista, Windows 7). Let’s find out how and where you will be able to download it! The game is not available for download yet. In fact it will be released on May 2011 however good news are on its way! In fact, I have just found out a way to download a free demo as soon as the game will be out!
This is the official Duke Nukem Forever website. Right there you will be able to find a couple of interesting links which allows you to pre-order the video game for your console. Here are the links:
The game costs $49 for the PC version and 59 for the console version.
However, if you want want to be one of the FIRST people to play the game, visit this special link. On that page you will find a nice trick which will allow you to get a free copy of Duke Nukem demo. All you will have to do is buy a nice game called Borderlands Game of the Year Edition whichonly costs $27.99!!
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