Anthony Burch works at Gearbox Software. He also makes a web show with his sister Ash, called "Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'?"
Joey R. and Becky H. came to San Diego Comic-Con 2011 as Borderlands' Mordecai and Lilith. Nice work!
New maps and modes are coming to Duke Nukem Forever in the Hail to the Icons Parody Pack!
Arriving on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this Fall, the add-on packs four new multiplayer maps (each with a new weapon) and three new multiplayer modes, and will be FREE to all First Access Club members who registered their FAC membership before Duke Nukem Forever launched in their country (subject to availability).
The Parody Pack includes...
Did you join First Access Club before Duke Nukem Forever launched in your country? If so, be sure to visit dukenukemforever.com/access by Monday, July 11 to confirm your preferred platform of choice for your complimentary Duke Nukem Forever multiplayer downloadable content!
We'll be sharing more details about the add-on pack, including the exact release date, in the coming weeks.
* Platform eligibility is subject to local laws, regulations and availability. A full copy of Duke Nukem Forever is required to play the additional content.
Want to face off against the Duke Nukem Forever team? Our names are the same on each platform, so keep an eye out for DNFDev1, DNFDev2, DNFDev3, DNFDev4 and Elizabeth2K during the times and dates below:
July 5 - PC @ 5 - 6 PM CT
July 6 - Xbox 360 @ 6 - 7:30 PM CT
July 7 - PlayStation 3 @ 5 - 6 PM CT
Watch the voice of Duke Nukem, Jon St. John, unbox the Duke's Fully Loaded Package EVGA GTX 560 Bundle on YouTube!
It was twenty years ago today, on July 1, 1991, that the world was first introduced to (and saved by) Duke Nukem.
Originally created by Allen Blum III and Todd Replogle with the help of George Broussard and Scott Miller, Duke -- the ultimate alien ass-kicker -- continues to protect Earth to this day.
Following his debut in 1991, Duke's adventures continued across a number of games and platforms including the Game Boy Color, PlayStation, SEGA Saturn, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, and iPhone.
His most recent outing, Duke Nukem Forever, arrived on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this past month with a playable demo now available.