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With only a few weeks left before the release, the Dukes developers are really amping up the marketing for this very very very long awaiting game.

Gearbox and 2K games have released in the last two weeks a video trailer named Duke Nukem Autopsy, which follows the audio recording and sketchy quality video of a coroner as he diligently explains the post mortem and death of the green sheet covered Pig Cop. Also released has been a web based mini-game called Duke Nudem. The game is as simple as they come, you choose to be one of four scantly clad ladies with auto machine guns. After you pick your lead character you’re led to a hall where cardboard cut outs of the full games enemies drift across the screen for you to shoot. This then in turns allows the lady you chose to remove an item of clothing. It seems the only objective is to empty your clip to get the girl to strip. WOW.

Reports have begun emerging that the 15 year wait may be almost over with the game now having gone gold and will be awaiting shipping to stores for its June 10 release. If you haven’t played a Duke Nukem game, be ready for something you have never experienced before. Watch out for our review in the coming weeks.

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