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 Apr 07, 2005 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* Stealth games at E3?

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Computer Games Magazine is running speculation on possible "hidden" projects that could be announced/shown at E3: bottoming out their list is Duke Nukem Forever's silent twin.

3D Realms?s next game ? Yes, yes, yes, we know?Duke Nukem Forever still has not come out after over seven years in development. But according to the company?s head man Scott Miller over in his own web blog, that isn?t stopping the developer on creating another, original, game as well (although it might be Prey?hey, we are just thinking out loud at this point) That?s about all we know..and frankly, we would just be satisfied with Duke Nukem Forever coming out sometime this decade.
Yeah, no kidding. Especially since it's now making Daikatana's development time look SHORT.


 

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