Duke Nukem Forever launches in the United States at midnight tonight, but many critics have already weighed in on the title which took a decade and half to complete. Right now the game is getting decidedly horrid reviews from all the major gaming websites, or at least the ones that Metacritic uses in its scoring system.
If you are a member of the Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club, you'll get a taste of what's to come on June 3rd. First Access Keys for the demo were shipped with the Borderlands Game of the Year Edition, and you'll also have access if you've already pre-ordered Duke Nukem Forever.
Gearbox has released the minimum and recommended system specs for Duke Nukem Forever, and apparently they've decided to go all-in with this charade that Duke Nukem Forever is a real game that is coming out in the near future. After its most recent delay from May to June it appears that this game may actually see the light of day.
When Duke Nukem returns this Spring in Duke Nukem Forever, the king will return with a whole slew of new multiplayer features. Not much has been talked about on the multiplayer front for the game, but that's all changed with the release of the latest edition of The Official Xbox Magazine.