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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project confirmed for XBLA


3:00 PM on 05.28.2010
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project confirmed for XBLA photo



A page for Duke Nukem Manhattan Project has appeared on Xbox.com, all but confirming that the game will arrive on Xbox LIVE in the near future. Or, as the page suggestions "TBD."

We'd more or less known this was inevitable, after showing up on a LinkedIn resume and later the Korean ratings board. But with an Xbox.com page, it's almost certain we're looking at a lock for the game's release. Unfortunately, the description doesn't add anything we don't already know, describing the game as an action title that has Duke blasting through 24 levels and blowing crap up with big weapons.

You know, the usual.

[Thanks, Tony!]






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