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Duke Nukem Forever is 90% Complete

Could this be really true? According to the creator of the Duke Nukem George Broussard, Duke Nukem Forever is 90% complete. Broussard talked about the accomplishment on his twitter.

“Closing out a milestone this week. 71 more tasks to do and we started with probably 800-900. Been a good push. Next one starts Monday.”

If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know, Duke Nukem Forever was announced over 10 years ago on April of 1997, by 3DRealms. To put this into perspective: Zelda: Ocarina of Time wasn’t released on the N64, Bill Clinton was President, the iPod didn’t exist and super hot Hayden Panettiere looked like this. Yes, it was along time ago.

If it only took 12 years to get 90% done, then it should take another few years before we actually see it in stores — awesome.

via: WorthPlaying

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4 Responses to “Duke Nukem Forever is 90% Complete”


  1. No no no… this does not mean the game is 90% complete. It means the milestone they were working on is 90% complete. He say he is closing out “a” milestone this week, the next milestone starts monday. Although I do think the game is getting close.


  2. god I love this game.

    90% complete means that the engine will be scrapped soon.


  3. 90% done? What the heck are you saying? This is total bullsh*t!
    3D Realms and Apogee Software have been shut down, and all the developers gone away to other projects. Don’t post completely random misinformative things.

    D.N.F. have been closed and the game will never be released. Period.

    Well, until someone decide to buy the biggest waporware project in the history of videogames.


  4. Its so sad… i am still wating for Duke Forever and i still have a spark of hope!

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