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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project on XBLA sounding likely


2:30 PM on 03.24.2010
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We had previously heard rumblings of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project getting an Xbox LIVE Arcade release from a LinkedIn profile, which is how these things usually get started. And now, right on schedule, a game ratings board -- this time Korea's GRB -- has given us some much-needed corroboration.

It's impossible to say when this re-release will go down, but all things considered, it does sound like it'll happen eventually. Although, isn't that what they said about Duke Nukem Forever? Forget I even uttered those forbidden words.

I can't claim that Manhattan Project is something I've played; technically I could, but then I'd be a jerk. Anyway, the fact that it's not a proper first-person shooter and is instead more along the lines of a typical run-and-gun game, I'd be more than happy to give it a try should the game ever hit XBLA.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project For XBLA Outed by Rating Board [GamerBytes]






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