What Was The Longest Game In Development?
Screenshots and video snippets would leak out every few years, each time whipping fans into a lather — and each time, the game would recede from view. Normally, videogames take two to four years to build; five years is considered worryingly long. But the Duke Nukem Forever team worked for 12 years straight
Duke Nukem Forever will finally release next year after a decade of development, but why has it taken so long? According to original designer George Broussard, the answer is simple: developer 3D Realms spent too long trying to change game engines it licensed to help build the bloody FPS
Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour will feature "true 3D rendering", allowing the game to be played in true 3D while keeping the original pixel art style intact
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