She's got the arsenal to do it 3D Realms is keenly aware of what players know it for. Sure, there are plenty of titles in the publisher's history that should stand out, but for all intents and purposes, the company might as well re-name itself The Duke Nuk... read feature
Last May I broke the news about 3D Realms' upcoming Bombshell, and the typical '90s-esque trailer was decidedly light on gameplay but generous with clichéd teaser elements.
Now there's a proper trailer out to dissect ... read
Max and I decided to check out Shadow Warrior, which was recently ported from PC to consoles, is a re-imagining of the 1997 game by 3D Realms. It's sort of like Duke Nukem with the culturally ignorant Asian themes of Mortal Kombat. I had my doubts about this game, but as you can see in the video above, I think it's kind of just dumb fun. Also, we rock out to Stan Bush and make dumb jokes. read feature
It's happening -- the day I thought I'd never see in a million years. 3D Realms is back, five years after closing its doors. Original members like Bryan Turner and Scott Miller are on board with the relaunch, having onboarde... read
Plus, an excuse to show clips from Akira
There's been a whole bunch of interesting stuff to talk about in the last week! Halo 5: Guardians has been announced for 2015, Far Cry 4 is coming this fall, Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction has been rebranded as Bombshell, Tom ... read feature
A bit of the old ultraviolence
After an excruciatingly long countdown, Interceptor Entertainment's cheeky teaser site has been updated to reveal Bombshell, the best little non-Duke Nukem game that's actually Duke Nukem in Texas we could have asked for.
Th... read feature
Put on your current events helmets, everyone, because Tuesday Newsday is here.
Because it’d just be an Ephant Mon in the room if I didn’t address it, the Star Wars Episode VII cast has been revealed, following t... read
Remember when Interceptor Entertainment purchased 3D Realms? Pepperidge Farm and Interceptor CEO Frederik Schreiber remember. And after digging through nearly 25 years' worth of content after the acquisition, he's sharing ass... read
In response to Gearbox Software filing a Complaint against 3D Realms and Interceptor for unauthorized use of the Duke Nukem trademark, 3D Realms (along with Defendants Apogee Software and Interceptor Entertainment) submi... read
Interceptor's not off the hook either With this week’s news that Gearbox Software has filed a lawsuit against 3D Realms and Interceptor for unauthorized use of the Duke Nukem property, it raises the question – exactly what the hell are 3D Realms and I... read feature
My mom's gonna hang this on the fridge. Following up Friday's debut of "Dumb Idiot Ideas," here's the first episode of another weekly series: "Farts 'N' Crafts."
On this show, I draw horrible pictures of things vaguely related to what's going on in the world of vid... read feature
Gearbox Software has filed a lawsuit in United States Federal Court against both 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment, alleging that the two colluded to use the Duke Nukem trademark and copyright unlawfully, and ... read
Earlier this year, 3D Realms filed a lawsuit against Gearbox Software, alleging more than $2 million in unpaid royalties from Duke Nukem Forever. A mere few months later, the parties have now stipulated to the dismissal with ... read
Need more Duke Nukem in your life? Especially to wash out the terrible taste of Duke Nukem Forever out of your mouth? Well good, as Interceptor Entertainment has released the Duke Nukem Platformer Pack on Steam.
The pack con... read
3D Realms is back, and that can only mean one thing -- Duke Nukem. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem II, 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment have announced a upgraded re-release of the '90s game for iOS dev... read
Now that those other shooters are out of the way, it's time for me to play a few that I wanted give a spin. And I think this video encapsulates my mantra, "I only look out for numero uno."
Bulletstormstormstormstorm, m... read
They say you should never meet your heroes, as you'll only ever be disappointed. I think the same thing can be said for videogames that have accrued over a decade of expectations and hype. If you never play it, at least in yo... read feature
Duke Nukem 3D, that is. The latest promotional video for Duke Nukem Forever continues with the second part of a behind-the-scenes retrospective on the Duke Nukem franchise and deals almost exclusively with the hero's fi... read
Good evening, Destructoid viewers, and welcome to the - wait for it - 69th episode of the Destructoid show. Expect to get quite the bang for your buck today, because we've got a bevy of news waiting for you.
First and... read
Maximum PC has posted a giant interview with George Broussard, the designer of the actually released Duke Nukem games, and Gearbox's Brian Martel and Randy Pitchford. All of them had something interesting to say.
Broussard me... read
Over on the Gearbox forums, a user going by the name of "fresch" has posted about a Duke Nukem 3D remake project they're trying to get off the ground. While he waits to get permission from 3D Realms to pursue the game, which ... read
Duke's not dead! Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project will be out June 23 on Xbox Live Arcade for just 800 MS Points. This new adventure was actually originally released on the PC back in 2002 and now it's been revived for Microsoft's red ringing console.
Glad the series is not dead, but I still want Duke Nukem Forever in a bad way. Check out the latest trailer and all the screens below. read
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, af... read
The whole EA/Take-Two almost became a joke (and a waste of ink) it got so drawn out. EA would try to buy Take-Two, Take-Two would reject them, EA would come back, Take-Two would reject them again. It finally all settled with ... read
3D Realms -- the studio I'm convinced is nothing but an extravagant practical joke -- has teased "numerous" upcoming Duke Nukem projects over the coming years, with a "resurgence" planned for the notorious FPS hero.... read
The studio behind the recently uncovered game Duke Begins is Gearbox Software.Earlier this afternoon, Shacknews uncovered more court papers from the ongoing Take-Two versus 3D Realms legal proceedings. The fresh filings are f... read
More Duke Nukem Forever images have surfaced. For whatever reason, two more screenshots take from the cancelled game were uploaded to the official Duke Nukem Facebook page, both featuring some huge pig monster thing reminisce... read
At least one person at id Software wasn’t buying the news that 3D Realms’ fabled Duke Nukem Forever project was canned. Speaking with VideoGamer, id’s director of business Steve Nix said he initially thought... read
Everything is darker in Paris, or at least when the Nazis are around. Unless you consider the glow of their blood on the walls to be brightening. Pandemic's title has been buzzing about the office recently, what with the trai... read
George Broussard of 3D Realms issued a statement to clear up some misunderstandings in light of all the Duke Nukem Forever troubles.First, 3D Realms isn't dead! They're still alive, but they did have to let go the Duke Nukem ... read
Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory, so here's some further credence to the idea that Duke Nukem Forever's death is merely a marketing ploy by 3D Realms. Apparently, the URL "savedukenukem.com" was registered on... read
Okay, I'm starting to hate posting all of these Duke Nukem Forever leaks. I keep forgetting it may not actually come out anymore and the more assets I see, the sadder I get. So yeah, a bunch of new assets were leaked online a... read