When PR’s Attack! I reckon I’ve been a victim of scoring a game too low to be shunned by a company or two before now, but they’ve done it without saying a thing, not that they need to give you a reason, but at least they didn’t go on a rant and threaten to cut off supplies to people who scored a game too low for reasons they (the PR company) didn’t like. That’s where The Redner Group or at least, Jim Redner severely lacked the supposed expertise as advertised on the website by having a go at reviewers who scored Duke Nukem Forever lower than he would have liked, probably thinking that he was acting in good faith on behalf of 2K Games, but instead, it backfired and got dumped.
Tagged: Duke Nukem Forever
If you’re wondering what you’ll need to run Duke Nukem Forever PC-wise, 2K Games has posted the specs of which you’ll be surprised to know you won’t need the beefiest of computers. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.0 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 @ 2.0 Ghz Memory: 1 Gb Hard Drive: 10 Gb free Video Memory: 256 MB Video Card: nVidia GeForce 7600 / ATI Radeon HD 2600 Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
This post will (fortunately) be the only thing referenced to the Royal Wedding, well, I personally wouldn’t have made any reference to it due to having zero interest in the whole affair, but the information I got this from did and that’s the only time it will occur. Untitled: I’m So Awesome, I Don’t Even Need To Name It is the erm, title of the ‘painting’ which was created by Frank Frid over the course of a single 350 hour sitting of which Mr Nukem said, “As usual, I look awesome” when viewing the final masterpiece.
It’s taken forever to even get a release date, but it’s finally coming in May.. at least, that’s the idea, unless there’s some ultra weird reason for it to be delayed even longer and piss of the gaming world even more. If you’ve been chewing too much gum due to a lack of being able to kick ass, you’ll probably start shaking it, baby when you see the Balls of Steel edition which has a whole bunch of stuff that is what collector’s editions should really be about.