Things sure have changed since 2001, but that doesn’t mean some gamers don’t pine for the past. You know… when Duke Nukem Forever wasn’t a mess. It’s been in the news more this last week than probably throughout the last decade and we’re talking about that and plenty more on a content-rich Shacknews Dump.
On this May 13 edition of the Shacknews Dump, we dive into the Duke Nukem Forever news, including the leak and release of the alleged 2001 version that appeared at E3 that year. That’s not all. There are delays and new release dates out the wazoo this week. We talk about Redfall, Starfield, the Dead Space remake, and more. Finally, we bid a fond farewell to the iPod as Apple officially kills it off this week.
Join us as we talk about these hot news topics and more on the Shacknews Dump, going live on the Shacknews Twitch channel at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. You can also watch just below.
Here’s the rundown of stories being discussed on today’s Shacknews Dump:
- EA and FIFA cut ties, rebrands soccer games EA Sports FC
- Duke Nukem Forever 2001 build found & leaked
- Leaked Duke Nukem Forever 2001 build made available to download
- George Broussard blames Apogee's Scott Miller for the loss of Duke IP
- Ubisoft wants to release Skull & Bones by March 2023
- Starfield and Redfall delayed to early 2023
- Dead Space remake release date set for January 2023
- Gotham Knights gameplay preview released, scraps last-gen console launch
- Salt and Sacrifice review: Mage season
- Apple is finally killing off the iPod
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Maybe the real Duke Nukem Forever was the 2001 builds we discovered along the way… or something. Tune in as we go live shortly with this and other hot topics on the Shacknews Dump.