So I was being bitten by a chicken with a full set of teeth while the Devil was on Line 1, asking if I had a spare heater. Business as usual. I put Satan on hold as I went to Rock Paper Shotgun and I saw the headline. Duke Nukem Forever has gone gold.
Throwing the chicken out the window and hearing a loud squawk as it crashed into an airborne swine, I took off my glasses. It has finally happened. Duke Nukem Forever has been completed. Taking my laptop into the basement to avoid the apocalypse emanating from the project studio, backlit by the blue moon, I wrote.
After a full decade in development hell, Duke Nukem Forever has finally been completed. After well over a decade in Development Hell, being passed about like it was a basketball between departments and dev groups, the game is done. Gearbox announced on their Twitter that it has gone gold. It’s official. The Duke is back. The rude, crude, stripper-loving pig-shooting master of one-liners is definitely back. Next month, the Duke will appear on what is likely the most heavily anticipated game in history.