Posts Tagged ‘Duke Nukem’
Ever wish you could be as badass as Duke Nukem himself? Or maybe you’re just not feeling badass at all? Thankfully, Duke Nukem Forever is coming to the Mac in August, which means you’ll have plenty of lessons to follow. In the meantime, however, this here is your list to get you well on your way to the level of badassery that you want. See what steps you need to take to become a true badass. Duke style.
You ask the questions, and we answer! After announcing the impending launch of Duke Nukem Forever on the Mac, we asked if you guys had any questions about the game. Below are the questions we collected and our answers. Have any more questions? Leave them in the comments below, post a message on our Facebook page, or shoot us message via Twitter! We’ll do our best to answer as well as collect the new questions for the blog. So, without further ado…
Q: When will Duke Nukem Forever be available on the Mac?
A: Duke Nukem Forever will be available on the Mac this coming August 2011.
With the release of Duke Nukem Forever portraying the Duke Nukem of today, it’s always good to go back and reminisce about the Duke that was. Here’s a jump to the past with a Duke Nukem 3D retrospective and how this game forged Duke’s iconic status.
The infamous Duke Nukem Forever was a game that no one thought would ever be released. But, lo and behold, the great Duke Nukem finally graced our gaming experience with his presence and will be arriving on the Mac in just over a month. However, as everyone probably knows, it was not an easy road to get here. Let’s look back and see what Duke Nukem Forever has lived through.
Hail to the King, baby! Duke Nukem is back in Duke Nukem Forever and he’s not here to dazzle your ass.
He’s here to kick some ass! Duke Nukem Style.
He’s crude. He’s boorish. He’s offensive. And he’s a womanizing egocentric son-of-a-gun. BUT THAT’S HOW WE LIKE OUR DUKE.
Sometimes you just aren’t craving the caviar equivalent of a game, but a greasy hamburger. THIS IS YOUR HAMBURGER SO EAT UP.
Aspry Media has been recruited by Duke himself to spread his awesomeness to the world, as Duke Nukem Forever will be hitting Macs this August. Duke Nukem Forever brings you ass-kicking of epic proportions, massive guns with equally massive explosions, and, of course, babes. This is pure unadulterated Duke that we all know and love.
As an added bonus, Duke thought his fans on the Mac deserve a bit of a reward for patiently waiting so long and Duke does know how to please. We’re offering a 10% discount on all pre-orders, plus FREE shipping (USPS) for those that want this box of manliness to further boost their egos.
We’ll be posting more info on the game in the coming weeks, including some great feature stories, videos, and FAQs, right here on the GameAgent Blog, so don’t miss out! To make doubly sure you’re always up to date, follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
Apple and Apple Related Gaming Stories
- Thunderbolt iMacs may finally put PC towers into retirement.
- Apple Final Cut is cut! Not to fear though, it’s being replaced with Final Cut Pro.
- Facebook is making a move to capture the iOS audience.
- Bungie is coming back to Apple with Bungie Mobile.
- Apple finally has the key patent for the iPhone multi-touch user interface.
- If you want your authorizations back on iTunes purchases here’s how.
- Apple has a pretty good chance on being the game industry according to Phil Harrison at least.
- Game devs have to get innovative to make money on their game apps.
Gaming Stories in General
- Finally, a study to support that games actually REDUCE violent crimes.
- Duke Nukem 3D is getting a remake later this year. Come get some!
- Team Fortress 2 is now Free-to-Play!
- Google is making a move into the gaming world
- Walmart Gamecenter became a bit more useful.
- PopCap, makers of Plants vs. Zombies, is to be acquired by EA.
- L.A. Noire is coming to PC. Now it’s just a hop, a skip , and a jump away from Mac.
- J.K. Rowling is planning on launching an online Harry Potter game. A potential wizarding MMO?
- New breed of MMO’s may finally be saying goodbye World of Warcraft.
- Jim Redner from The Redner Group writes about his twitter brain fart.
- Sonic the Hedgehog turned 20 years old this week. Quake turns 15.