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Apogee opens online store, peddling its classics

Shareware pioneer Apogee Software has announced the launch of a new online store, offering a handful of Apogee's most well-known games, specifically Duke Nukem 3D, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Rise of the Triad and both Blake Stone titles, all o...

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GOG discounts Apogee games this weekend

Hankerin' to clobber pig cops and jetpack-toting snake dudes, but just can't find that Duke Nukem 3D disc? Save yourself some time and snap up the Atomic Edition of Duke 3D for just $2.99 on GOG.com this weekend. If that weren't enough of a deal, GO...

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Apogee updates on Duke Nukem Trilogy progress

Apogee has responded on their official forums to requests for more info on the upcoming Duke Nukem handheld trilogy. Yes, it seems the games really do exist. We're as surprised as you are. An Apogee representative says that "both the DS and PSP vers...

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Apogee site reveals Duke Nukem Trilogy details

The Apogee website has been updated with a few more details regarding Duke Nukem Trilogy, which was announced today. Both the DS and the PSP will be getting versions of the game, which will each offer "a totally different gaming experience on ea...

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Apogee and Icarus Studios resurrect Sam Suede [update]

[iBase Entertainment] Apogee and Icarus Studios have announced a new "action comedy" game called Sam Suede in Undercover Exposure. No platforms were noted, but Icarus's past developments have all been PC-based (with the exception of Dexter on iPhone...

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Take-Two suing Apogee over unfinished Duke Nukem Forever

The game may never be released, but its legacy may live on forever. Duke Nukem Forever, which 3D Realms was supposedly working on from 1997 right up until it closed its doors on May 6, is at the center of a lawsuit filed by its would-be publisher, T...

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Apogee returns from dead to bring new Duke Nukem to handhelds

Apogee Software, a one-time forerunner of shareware titles, is back. According to a press release, the company has reached an "exclusive agreement" with 3D Realms and MachineWorks Northwest LLC to release Duke Nukem Trilogy to the "handheld console ...

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Apogee and Take-Two settle Duke Nukem Forever lawsuit

After Duke Nukem Forever's lengthy (and often mocked) development ended without a retail product, developer Apogee and publisher Take-Two played the blame game in court. A lawsuit, and subsequent countersuit, held serious accusations against both: T...

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Apogee's Rise of the Triad getting ludicrous on iPhone

Apogee -- it's not dead yet! -- has announced that its cult classic first-person shooter, Rise of the Triad, is on its way to the iPhone OS. The game is being ported to the platform by Mobilia Interactive, which has produced a number of previous iPh...

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GOG in the Machine: Duke Nukem 3D, more Apogee on the way

Week after week, Good Old Games bring us a bountiful list of memories from our childhood. This week the company's bringing not just Duke Nukem 3D for $5.99, but the announcement that Apogee Software has agreed to distribute through GOG's digital di...

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Apogee and Deep Silver want your best Duke impressions

Tired of hearing about Duke Nukem these past couple of weeks? In all honesty, we're becoming a bit weary of writing about him, but we really couldn't pass this one up. Apparently the folks behind the Duke Nukem Trilogy are looking for a few good ac...

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3D Realms returns with 32-game Anthology release

Once-defunct publisher 3D Realms has re-opened its doors, releasing a 32-game compilation and promising a slate of upcoming releases from a newly-assembled staff. The 3D Realms Anthology, available for $19.99 from the publisher's website, colle...

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Court filing reveals 2K Games was developing 'Duke Begins'

Did you seriously think he'd just roll over and die? He's Duke Nukem, guys. We're pretty sure he can't be killed by conventional weapons (such as bankruptcy). This news came in response to last month's Take-Two court filing against Duke Nukem Forev...

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Rise of the Triad returns to PC this year, powered by Unreal Engine 3

When it comes to the early days of first-person shooters, names like Wolfenstein 3D and Doom come up a lot. There are some, however, lucky enough to remember Rise of the Triad, a frenetic, gory and occasionally downright goofy shooter from 1994. Now...

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3D Realms acquired by Rise of the Triad developer

Interceptor Entertainment, developer of the 2013 Rise of the Triad reboot, has acquired Apogee Software, who in turn owns the 3D Realms brand and formerly owned the Duke Nukem IP. The news was first reported by Danish newspaper Borsen, and confirmed...

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