First and foremost, a disclaimer: The subject of this story is something I am going to buy with no questions asked and won't even think about that Benjamin Franklin ($100 note for those outside the U.S.).
We've waited for almost forever, and around 3% of all readers on Bright Side of News* weren't even born while the original, politically incorrect Duke Nuk'em was being embedded onto our retinas, offering a unique mix between humor, action, gameplay and painstaking attention to detail by Mr. Richard "Levelord" Grey.
Duke Nukem Forever was announced 14 years ago at Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, and few have believed that the game would not come out in 2-3 years. Instead, it took multiple game engine changes (Quake 2, Quake III, Unreal 2, 2.5, 3, 3.x) and finally - a game developer change - to make this title a reality.
2K Games, publisher of Duke Nukem Forever is releasing the game on May 3rd, 2011 on PC, PlayStation and Xbox 360 in two flavors (pun intended): Plain Vanilla and Balls of Steel.
Duke Nukem Balls of Steel Edition will be available through selected number of retailers and e-tailers, mostly due to limited number of units. Unlike some "special editions" with sluggish bundles, 2K Games is coming all out in this large box, which contents you can read on the image below:Contents of Duke Nukem Forever Balls of Steel Edition
We can't wait for this title to come out, and if you're wondering what's this all about, take a look at the official trailer for the game... we've been waiting "forever":
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