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Duke In 2006

User is offline   Nacho 

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What do you think the future has in store for the Duke?
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Two new Game-Engines and one totally new development team. :)
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User is offline   Gamebrain 

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I cant wait for Duke Nukem Forever, man.


He's got everything going for him!
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User is offline   avatar_58 

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He might have financial troubles after his retirement funds run out.
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User is offline   Alan 

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Hopefully DNF is just as modable as Duke 3D.

Abstraksjon: når man tror at noe gjør det enklere, men fører til at det blir komplisert.

"A celibate clergy is an especially good idea as it eliminates any genetic tendencies towards fanaticism."
-Carl Sagan
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User is offline   Qdeathstar 

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I'm hopping to see Duke Does Dallas v.v... but util then, i'd be happy with making an apparence before we land on mars v.v.
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User is offline   Micki! 

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Roger, on Dec 17 2005, 09:46 PM, said:

Hopefully DNF is just as modable as Duke 3D.
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Don't worry too much about that...
The game is (as you may now) build up from the unreal engine... Which is one of the easyest games to mod with...
I can imagine 3DR has improved thier own tools to make it even more easy, so actually, i think it'll be just as modable as the previous UT games... :)

A true genius does not need boundaries such as 'common sense'
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User is offline   SyntaxN 

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Nacho, on Dec 18 2005, 03:37 AM, said:

What do you think the future has in store for the Duke?
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time :)
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User is offline   Cerberus_e 

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DNF will be released November 31st, 2006, I think
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User is offline   SyntaxN 

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Cerberus_e, on Dec 18 2005, 01:14 PM, said:

DNF will be released November 31st, 2006, I think
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I bet it comes on 09/30/2006 :)
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User is offline   Halcyon 

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After so many years, I could imagine a release next year. But well, on the other hand I already said that the last few years. B)
Whatever, I can't wait till the 29th January. Maybe 3D Realms will show us some new stuff on this special day. :) (Okay, I doubt that, but you never know *g*)
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Halcyon, on Dec 18 2005, 02:50 PM, said:

Whatever, I can't wait till the 29th January. Maybe 3D Realms will show us some new stuff on this special day. :) (Okay, I doubt that, but you never know *g*)
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Probably not B) > http://www.wieder3dr...thread.php?t=12

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User is offline   Dukefan24 

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There are much things known about this game already. So 2006 should be a good year for the release. And if it releases later, then we still have this great community that's surounding it! When I searched for Duke Nukem on Google I found out that there are actually more Duke fans around than I thought.
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User is offline   Halcyon 

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RedSplat, on Dec 18 2005, 02:57 PM, said:

Oh well.... Uhm.... At least new Duke Nukem 3D Maps.
:)
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User is offline   Alan 

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Micki!, on Dec 18 2005, 05:56 AM, said:

Don't worry too much about that...
The game is (as you may now) build up from the unreal engine... Which is one of the easyest games to mod with...
I can imagine 3DR has improved thier own tools to make it even more easy, so actually, i think it'll be just as modable as the previous UT games... :)
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That's actually a scary thought. I tried messing with UnrealEd a few times in the UT days and it was horrendous.

Abstraksjon: når man tror at noe gjør det enklere, men fører til at det blir komplisert.

"A celibate clergy is an especially good idea as it eliminates any genetic tendencies towards fanaticism."
-Carl Sagan
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User is offline   SyntaxN 

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Roger, on Dec 18 2005, 07:03 PM, said:

That's actually a scary thought. I tried messing with UnrealEd a few times in the UT days and it was horrendous.
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Same here, I never liked the UE :)
While I don´t think I´ll never learn to use it right...it will take me a damn long time.
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User is offline   Micki! 

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Roger, on Dec 18 2005, 07:03 PM, said:

That's actually a scary thought. I tried messing with UnrealEd a few times in the UT days and it was horrendous.
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Well, as i said, 3DR will probably make it even easyer to use for beginners and such...
I don't think the editor can be compared to unreal... Just like the games graphics or gameplay can be compared with the UT games...

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User is offline   SyntaxN 

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Micki!, on Dec 18 2005, 07:55 PM, said:

Well, as i said, 3DR will probably make it even easyer to use for beginners and such...
I don't think the editor can be compared to unreal... Just like the games graphics or gameplay can be compared with the UT games...
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AFAIK they said that they will keep the editor and the netcode :) (with some modifications)
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User is offline   Micki! 

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SyntaxN, on Dec 18 2005, 09:56 PM, said:

AFAIK they said that they will keep the editor and the netcode  :)  (with some modifications)
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Yes, i believe those "Some modifications" are the ones they are improving, to make it easyer to develop (both themselves and the community) maybe no big changes, but surely 'something' that makes it easyer...

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User is offline   avatar_58 

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I tried UnrealED a few times but I couldn't get the hang of it. Although when DNF comes around I may have to force myself to get used to it :)
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User is offline   Cerberus_e 

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let's hope DNF wil be stable because if they are using unreal as base then... :)
maybe it will be like Valve and their source engine: unstable because of the old core.

also, I don't like the looks of the original unreal engine. (never tried games on the second engine though).
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User is offline   Magnamuz 

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What are the chances DNF releasing 2007?


I'm getting too impacient, if the next Duke isn't in something similar to Unreal Engine 3 I'm turning gay.
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User is offline   Alan 

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I'd hoped we would get it on Duke's 10th but I don't think that's happening. We'd hear more about it if it were the case, methinks. Still don't think you should consider giving up a love for boobs over this, though. :)

Abstraksjon: når man tror at noe gjør det enklere, men fører til at det blir komplisert.

"A celibate clergy is an especially good idea as it eliminates any genetic tendencies towards fanaticism."
-Carl Sagan
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User is offline   Micki! 

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Magnamuz, on Dec 19 2005, 06:04 PM, said:

What are the chances DNF releasing 2007?
I'm getting too impacient, if the next Duke isn't in something similar to Unreal Engine 3 I'm turning gay.
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I guess the chances are just as big as it being released in 2006...
But i doubt it will happen in 2007 (personal thought) Wait for Kristian Joensens article to be posted on Duke4.net... It has some interresting facts (also regarding the release getting close)

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User is offline   Magnamuz 

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Micki!, on Dec 19 2005, 02:10 PM, said:

I guess the chances are just as big as it being released in 2006...
But i doubt it will happen in 2007 (personal thought) Wait for Kristian Joensens article to be posted on Duke4.net... It has some interresting facts (also regarding the release getting close)
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I never get it that straight, what is your connection with 3DRealms? Ex programers or something?
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User is offline   Halcyon 

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Micki!, on Dec 19 2005, 06:10 PM, said:

Wait for Kristian Joensens article to be posted on Duke4.net... It has some interresting facts (also regarding the release getting close)
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When will the article be released? :) And don't say "When it's done", I can't hear that anymore. B)
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User is offline   Micki! 

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Halcyon, on Dec 19 2005, 06:45 PM, said:

When will the article be released? :) And don't say "When it's done", I can't hear that anymore. B)
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His Article should be posted sometime this week... maybe sooner...
P.S. i don't have any conncetion with 3DR (being a part of this website is the closest thing to 3DR i can get B) )
Anyways, wait and read the article... It's not necessary for me to explain it here already... (if you don't get the article anyways, i can always highlight what part i'm refering to when the article is done)

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User is offline   Magnamuz 

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And Kristian Joensen? What's his background then?
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User is offline   Alan 

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I don't know if he's connected or anything like that, but he's a pretty knowledgable forum member at 3D Realms.

Abstraksjon: når man tror at noe gjør det enklere, men fører til at det blir komplisert.

"A celibate clergy is an especially good idea as it eliminates any genetic tendencies towards fanaticism."
-Carl Sagan
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User is offline   avatar_58 

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I think SOMETHING ought to surface on the 10th anniversary, a screenshot, video, model, teaser art or something. Just to add fuel to the hype :)
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