Just got around to reading the latest issue of Wired, which details the myriad delays that made the title of Duke Nukem Forever painfully appropriate. The Garland gaming developers at 3D Realms wouldn't talk -- there is, after all, that mammoth lawsuit pending, in which publisher Take-Two, which ... More >>
The only thing that'll take longer than the development of Duke Nukem Forever is the lawsuit is created after the game never showed.Long story short for those without short- or long-term memories: After Garland-based video game developer Apogee Software/3D Realms took forever developing and never de ... More >>
Sadly, this Next Generation weekly series is going to take a turn for the worse--no, worst--once they dig their claws into 3D Realms. The Garland company behind '90s super-seller Duke Nukem 3D has been developing that game's sequel, Duke Nukem Forever, for nearly 10 years (in 1997, the game's title ... More >>
It's no secret that Dallas is a hotbed for video-game creators; we've done a number of pieces on the subject, most recently this story on SMU's gaming program. In recognition of our estimable position amongst the pale and pasty, all this week gamer Web site Next Generation is running profiles of Dal ... More >>
Why are these Dallas high-tech hotshots chucking the action, gore and riches of the computer gaming world to hawk a genteel digital magazine?