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Duke Nukem Manhattan Project Coming to iOS on January 9th

Category: Duke Nukem
by Yatta, on Thu Jan 02 2014, 08:43pm

DNMP was originally a 2002 PC game that was ported to the Xbox Live Arcade in 2010 (read our review here).  3D Realms founder Scott Miller has since updated his Facebook cover photo to show the game being played on an iPhone, and the rumored release date is January 9!

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Joe Covers 20th Anniversary of Duke II

Category: Duke Nukem
by Yatta, on Tue Dec 03 2013, 10:06pm

duke2_20th.pngJoe Siegler, former 3D Realms employee, reflects on the 20th anniversary of original Apogee games Duke Nukem II and Blake Stone.  It's worth a read!
It’s December 3rd, 2013.   That means that 20 years ago, it was December 3rd, 1993.   What is the big deal with that?  Well, a company I worked for released two new games on that date.  “Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold”, and “Duke Nukem II”.   That’s right, Apogee (my Apogee, not the current one – from here referred to as just “Apogee”) put out a couple of new games that day.   If I was still at my former job, this is the kind of piece I’d write for the website.  But I’m not there anymore, and I didn’t want the dates to pass unremarked.  So here we go.  A few thoughts from me on these two titles.


ModDB Mod of the Year - Vote for DNF 2013

Category: Duke3D
by Yatta, on Mon Dec 02 2013, 07:25pm

Please show your support for DNF 2013 and its DLC by voting before December 10th!


DNF 2013 DLC Released!

Category: Duke3D
by Yatta, on Sun Nov 24 2013, 09:07pm

Remember this mod?  It just got 10 times more amazing.  This epic bike bit reminds me of the last level in Halo 1!

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Duke3D Multiplayer Beta on Steam Now!

Category: Duke3D
by Yatta, on Sat Oct 05 2013, 11:02pm

Our friends BlackSpawn and Mikerz sent word today that Duke3D Megaton players on Steam can start beta-testing the muliplayer co-op and deathmatch modes of the game:

Just to let you know, the Multiplayer BETA for Duke Nukem MEGATON (Steam Version) is up. All you have to do is right click on the Duke Nukem Megaton game in your library, Select "Properties," click on the "Betas Tab" and choose"Public BETA."
I tried getting a game together with four people from the community, but it didn't work out due to lag. In the end, Phayzon and I, who both live in the United States, were able to get co-op working. Still, the multiplayer is in beta stages and international play might be difficult.
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Above, Phayzon and I took screenshots of one another. Unbeknownst to us both, we happened to have shots of nearly the same exact moments after we compared our image files!


Duke3D HRP v5.3 and DukeDC HRP v1.6 Out!

Category: Duke3D
by Yatta, on Mon Sep 30 2013, 12:18pm


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Pre-Order Shadow Warrior Now!

Category: 3D Realms
by Yatta, on Thu Sep 05 2013, 10:12pm

This new trailer is hilarious! The game comes out on September 26.  Pre-order now and save money!

The only thing I wish was different is the voice actor.  But maybe I'll come to appreciate him when I play the game.


Pre-order Rise of the Triad & Get 3 Free Games!

Category: 3D Realms
by Yatta, on Wed Jul 03 2013, 06:18pm

Rise of the Triad, an over-the-top gore-fest of a shooter paying a tribute to the 1990s roots of the FPS genre by re-envisioning one of its memorable classics, is available for pre-order for only $14.99 on With your pre-order you'll receive it's classic predecessor Rise of the Triad: Dark War, as well as Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, and Blake Stone: Planet Strike for FREE!

rott_gog.jpgFrom the depths of first-person shooter history a legendary game arises, reborn to deliver yet another generation of gamers onto the pastures red with blood and guts! The title that succeeded in turning the 1994 holiday season into a trigger-happy fragtastic mayhem has been given a new lease on life and is on its way to our computer screens. Sporting top-notch modern graphics and animation it will also retain its original gory-but-funny spirit, skillfully catering both to our nostalgia and modern gaming needs. Yes, Rise of the Triad is coming to, and pre-ordering today comes with special benefits!

Rise of the Triad has everything that made its predecessor so memorable, from zany weapons, through gory visuals, down to the frantic multi-player mayhem. Talking about multi-player, our DRM-free version will be mulitplayer-compatible with all other versions, so you'll get to go fragging your friends whatever their preferred game delivery system might be. While the game looks and feels very 2013, the developers went out of their way to recreate that special RotT feel. Just look!
Don't wait one moment! Pre-order your copy of Rise of the Triad today, for only $14.99 on and get Rise of the Triad: Dark WarBlake Stone: Aliens of Gold, and Blake Stone: Planet Strike for FREE!


The Duke Nukem Platformer Pack - Available Now On Steam!

Category: Duke Nukem
by Green, on Tue Jul 02 2013, 03:16pm

Interceptor Entertainment (the developer behind the rebirth of Rise of the Triad) and 3D Realms are proud to bring the original adventures of the king of all alien-ass-kickers to Steam with The Duke Nukem Platformer Pack.

The pack includes Duke Nukem 1 ($2.99), Duke Nukem 2 ($2.99) and Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project ($5.99). The games can also be purchased as a bundle for $9.99. With the addition of these three Duke classics to Steam, the entire Duke Nukem PC back catalog is now on the world's number one digital distribution platform for games.



3D Realms files breach of contract suit against Gearbox Software

Category: 3D Realms
by Green, on Fri Jun 14 2013, 11:16pm

3D Realms has filed a breach of contract suit against Gearbox Software claiming it is owed more than $2 million in unpaid royalties and have been refused their agreed upon right to hire an independent audit firm to conduct an audit on Gearbox Software's royalty statements and related records which was one of the agreed upon clauses in the 2010 purchase agreement for certain rights and intellectual property related to the Duke Nukem franchise.
Law360, New York (June 12, 2013, 7:28 PM ET) -- Video game developer Apogee Software Ltd. claims Gearbox Software LLC owes it more than $2 million in unpaid royalties and advance payments after Gearbox bought rights related to Apogee's "Duke Nukem" video game, according to a breach of contract suit filed Friday in Texas state court. 

Apogee, which does business as 3D Realms Entertainment, says Gearbox has failed to pay the money under the terms of a 2010 purchase agreement the companies inked, and claims the company has also barred 3D Realms from conducting an independent audit of the royalties Gearbox has earned.

“3D Realms has therefore been required to file this lawsuit to enforce the purchase agreement, to recover the amounts due and owing from Gearbox and to enforce the audit right provided by the agreement to enable it to conduct an audit of Gearbox's royalties,” the complaint says.

Gearbox on Wednesday emphatically denied the allegations in 3D Realms' complaint.

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