They should title it F3AR or something. Oh never mind, bad joke. Or is it?
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What’s that sound? It’s the sound of a million grieving computers that won’t match its system requirements.
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Bet you thought they were planning to enter the rhythm games market.
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With Duke Nukem Forever right around the corner (you wish), it seems that 3D Realms has already gotten some ambitious plans in their delayed minds. Scott Miller from 3D Realms is collaborating with Scott Faye, producer of the upcoming Max Payne movie. The result will be just that: a goddamn Duke Nukem movie.
To start with, there’s the severe lack of potential for Duke Nukem. He worked as a hero back in the 90s, that too as a gaming hero fabled only among hardcore gamers and relatively obscure otherwise. Can he seriously come close to making a dent on film?
Add to that the utter lack of storyline for Duke Nukem. The whole thing was pretty much a pop culture rip-off that worked as a pastiche or a self-parody of itself (see what I did there?) and something to fill in the gaps while to blasted the next pig-faced alien. That for a movie? Go to hell.
And finally comes what 3D Realms are perhaps best known for. Will the movie even make it? Or will it spend another century “under development”?