Is Duke Nukem, the anti-hero of sorts, going to make another comeback in due time? That remains a question that is worth mulling over, but for now, we will have to make do with what little information that we already have. The Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction website, known as AllOutOfGum.com, has redirected the user to NoGumNeeded.com, where on that particular website, it shows off an image of a lit bomb that is ready to explode in 29 days’ time.
They say that 24 hours can be a long time in politics, and we can tell you that 29 days is not too long to wait when it comes to games. After all, didn’t Duke Nukem Forever take just about forever to be released, only to bomb when it rolled out to the masses? Sometimes, there are things in the past that should not be visited in the here and now, as we consign pleasant memories of yore to where they belong – in the memory bank.
So far, we do know that all hints concerning Duke Nukem have been removed, which could very well have something to do with the existing lawsuit. In March this year, 3D Realms did respond to Gearbox Software’s claim that it, Interceptor Entertainment and Apogee Software were not authorized to make use of the Duke Nukem trademark.
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