Aspyr Media on Monday announced that Duke Nukem Forever, the long-awaited video game sequel released on various platforms earlier this month, will come to the Mac in August. In a written statement, Aspyr Media president Michael Rogers said, “We think Mac gamers will love taking a bite of Duke’s special pain cake.” Aspyr is publishing the game in partnership with developer 2K Games.
Duke Nukem Forever’s development first began in 1996, with various press releases and marketing materials promising its release in 1997 and 1998. In 2001, then-developer 3D Realms announced that the game would be released whenever they finished. Eight years later, 3D Realms had let go its development team and the game was transferred to Gearbox Software.
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