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Old September 3 2010, 10:20 PM   #1
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Kotaku got to play the Duke Nukem Forever demo.

Cue the Duke Nukem Forever logo and a camera pulls back to show that Duke, in first-person, was playing a video game. He's got a gold Xbox 360 controller with the face buttons re-named as D, U, K and E. There's a busty lady in a schoolgirl outfit near the bottom of your first-person view. And there's a second one. One stands up and wipes her mouth.

"What about the game, was it any good?" one of them asks.
"Yeah, but after 12 fucking years it should be," he answers.

Edit: Dang, Timby beat me to it - sort of
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Old September 5 2010, 03:31 AM   #2
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Re: Kotaku got to play the Duke Nukem Forever demo.

Me1 is still better.
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