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3D Realms to sell Duke Nukem Forever?

Posted on Monday, May 11 2009 @ 20:14:46 CEST by

FUD Zilla claims Take-2 Interactive has offered $30 million to George Broussard to purchase the IP rights to the Duke Nukem franchise, but it's unknown if this includes the work that was already completed on Duke Nukem Forever. Furthermore, the site also heard Broussard has turned down the offer and is in talks with other publishers to secure additional funding to complete Duke Nukem Forever.
Our sources tell us that Broussard turned down the offer to sell the franchise, and instead spoke with several other publishers, including id Software, Epic, Electronic Arts and even Microsoft in an effort to secure additional funding to complete the project.

From what we hear, Duke Nukem Forever is not completed, but we also hear Broussard is continuing to shop for money; but this could prove to be problematic, as Take-2 Interactive does still hold the publishing rights to the game.
Another interesting snippet comes from LA Gaming News Examiner, they spotted Apogee Software will send out a press release regarding Duke Nukem sometime this week.



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