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Duke Nukem Forever: Fully Loaded comes with graphics card


8:00 AM on 05.30.2011
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PC games don't often get special editions like their console counterparts, so it's interesting to not only see Duke Nukem Forever get one, but get one that is uniquely designed to the platform. Duke Nukem Forever: Fully Loaded comes with a limited edition GTX 560 graphics card, you see. 

Here's the full package:

  • Limited edition EVGA GeForce GTX 560 graphics card.
  • Art book.
  • Mousepad.
  • Belt buckle.
  • Duke Nukem Forever.

It's unique, I'll give 'em that. Especially when you consider the fact that you really, really won't need a new graphics card to play this game. At least if you're a big enough PC gamer to want this version.






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