Since showing the first Duke Nukem Forever teaser trailer in December last year, 3D Realms has been eager to show off the latest iteration of the game to the press. Shacknews took a peek at DNF in April, and now, Jace Hall from the Jace Hall show has posted a video of the title in action in streaming 720p format.
You'll want to skip to about 2:33 for the fun part, which includes an interview with 3D Realms' George Broussard and Scott Miller and, about two minutes later, some gameplay action. The video shows an apparently polished game, with plenty of combat and many of the weapons from Duke Nukem 3D and the Plutonium Pack—including the shrink ray.
Like Shacknews, Lance Hall's appraisal of the game was positive, but there's still no word on when DNF will finally come out (if it ever does). Broussard would only say the title is "coming along very very well right now."
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