For the last ten years, Duke Nukem has been promising “Duke Nukem Forever” – the sequel to the 3D first player game. Now it looks like the game has finally grown some legs. Does this show that Vaporware can possibly become reality? The long awaited sequel started back in 1997. Using the Quake II Engine – basically a licensed program within the game itself which runs the 3-D realm – the game was going to continue the saga between Nukem and Dr. Proton – Nukems’ original arch nemesis. The plan was to release the game by 1998.
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