Gearbox Software is rebooting the Duke Nukem franchise with Duke Begins once Aliens: Colonial Marines is completed.
The sequel to Borderlands will hit retail shelves sometime during fiscal year 2013 beginning on April 1, 2012.
Jim Redner of The Redner Group talks about the backlash he received over the Duke Nukem Forever blacklisting threat on Twitter.
While Jon St John defends Duke Nukem Forever against the negative "clueless" reviewers, Randy Pitchford claims that consumers are wanting greasy hamburgers instead of caviar.
2K Games said that the XCOM reboot will take place next year for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Gearbox released the Duke Nukem Forever launch trailer and news of free DLC for First Access members.
You waited 14 years for someone to say it: Duke Nukem Forever has gone gold. Go ahead, pick your jaw off the floor. It's ok. We understand.
Our favorite action stud is almost here to make sure those alien bastards pay for shootin' up his ride.
Apparently Gearbox is saving Duke Nukem's gay robot sidekick for another day. Meanwhile, Mass Effect 3 gamers will finally get some love with male NPCs.
Six multiplayer screenshots, Gearbox's first-ever Gearbox Community Day 2011 event, and the possibility of Duke Nukem Forever on Mac or iOS... it's all jam-packed just for you inside!
2K Games and Gearbox Software have released two new Duke Nukem Forever videos showing fun with a jetpack and poop.
Randy Pitchford said Duke's delay stems from inaccurate predictions about the amount of time it takes to finish certain tasks within the game.
The ESRB has listed the description of Duke Nukem Forever, highlighting everything that will make this the biggest game of the year... and the most hated by parents and political loud-mouths.
Gearbox wants the name of everyone associated with Duke Nukem Forever's development. Hope this doesn't delay the game.
Duke Nukem Forever will fly off retail shelves despite whatever review scores it earns from all three platforms.