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Gearbox suing 3D Realms, Interceptor for 'unauthorized' Duke Nukem use

Gearbox Software filed a lawsuit against 3D Realms (3DR) and Interceptor Entertainment, accusing the studios of unauthorized use of the Duke Nukem property and alleging violation of trademarks held by Gearbox. The lawsuit points to 3D Realms' recent reveal of Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, which fea...

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3D Realms withdraws lawsuit against Gearbox

3D Realms has withdrawn its lawsuit against Gearbox. Filed in June, the lawsuit alleged that Gearbox blocked an independent audit to document royalties earned from Duke Nukem Forever. The original Duke Nukem developer sought $2 million in the lawsuit, but has now dropped the case entirely. In a ...

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Duke Nukem Forever interview: An end in sight

Duke Nukem Forever might actually be completed and released -- but like most everyone, I won't be convinced until the final product is in my hands. During a recent press event, I played through the same demo we saw at PAX and spoke with 2K Games senior producer Melissa Miller, who did her best to r...

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3D Realms teases 'numerous' upcoming Duke Nukem projects

The reports of Duke Nukem's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Though Forever has been jettisoned into the inky blackness of the vaporware realm, leading to a court struggle over the Nukem IP, 3D Realms CEO Scott Miller still sees a future for the foul-mouthed hero. "The next few years should se...

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3D Realms finds 'fundamental flaws' in Payne movie

Max Payne has an emotionless face not even his own mother loves. 3D Realms CEO Scott Miller, whose studio produced the Max Payne games, has added his voice to the mass of critics showing displeasure with the film adaptation. Speaking to Edge, Miller said, "There are several fundamental story flaws ...

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Duke Nukem movie in the works - your grandkids'll love it!

Good news, fans of fine films! Duke Nukem is (reportedly) making his way to the big screen, seemingly undeterred by the ten year journey back onto smaller ones. Scott Faye – the Hollywood producer bringing Max Payne to your local movieplex – tells Hollywood gaming reporter John Gaudios...

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