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Friday, 19 December 2008 12:42

3DRealms posts Duke Nukem Xmas wallpaper

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Not your ordinary festive Xmas card

As a nice gesture, 3Drealms posted a Duke Nukem wallpaper as some sort of a Xmas card. It’s not a screenshot, but the models are reportedly in-game characters, and you might recognize the octopus-like-creature from the original game.


If you fancy a larger picture you can head over to 3drealms.com and download it in the resolution of your choosing, but we do not advise printing it and giving it to relatives or even showing it to Santa if he comes by.

This game has been painfully delayed for a whole decade and even Chinese Democracy from Guns 'n Roses is out, so we hope to see the Duke at least by the end of this decade. Let's hope Duke didn't gain as much weight as Axl.

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