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News Bulletstorm: Full Clip Remake Lets You Play as Duke Nukem

News Bot Dec 2, 2016

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    Gearbox Software has announced it is partnering with People Can Fly to re-release Bulletstorm, the Polish studio's over the top first-person shooter. The game is being published as part of Gearbox's new third-party publishing program.

    Bulletstorm: Full Clip will launch on April 7, but Gearbox founder and president Randy Pitchford appeared at The Game Awards to announce it is available for preorder now. Those that do so will be able to play through the entire game as Duke Nukem.

    Voice actor Jon St. John reprises his role as the 90s first-person shooter icon and all in-game dialogue have been replaced with new Duke quips.

    The reveal follows teasing from Pitchford, who promised the studio would announce something new on December 1 when asked by fans about a potential crossover with Microsoft's Gears of War franchise.

    After the conclusion of a high-profile legal battle with 3D Realms--developer of the classic Duke Nukem titles--and Interceptor Entertainment, Gearbox became full owners of the rights to Duke Nukem. It went on to complete development on Duke Nukem Forever and launch the title.

    However, Gearbox was very vocal in stating that it is working on all-new entry in the series that has the potential to turn heads when it is finally released. Pitchford said at the time that releasing Duke Nukem Forever was simply giving the fans what they were owed, before the studio moved forward with Duke.

    "I did not acquire the franchise merely so we could all experience Duke Nukem Forever. That was the toll to pay to give Duke a chance," he said.

    As of yet, a new Duke Nukem title has not materialized, however.

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