Neoseeker : News : Duke Nukem Forever will use dedicated servers on PC
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ArmaGetItOn Jun 8, 11
I don't think it's odd that 2K said that, they probably will be using peer to peer matchmaking as the main online method - like they did with the new AvP.
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Hellfire29 Jun 9, 11
Hmmmmmm, I do wonder whether by unsupported they mean there will be no standalone dedicated server software. Do we know what engine the game is running on?
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Bean007 Jun 9, 11
You know I was a big fan when Ol Duke 3D came out and luved playing it and all the user created maps. And I was very glad to see the game finally coming out until I played the demo. All the humor that made duke really great was fun to watch as I started the game but as I played it I just wasn't all that excited. Part of it has to be the fact that it took soooo many years that I just didn't see the wow factor. Also I noticed that it seems that it's more like a console version then a pc, namely you only have a 2 gun slots but back in the old days you could carry all the guns, just needed ammo. This isn't a simulator that tries to be realistic. Playing the demo did bring back great memories when i use to play this game. One of my most greatest times playing Duke 3D was on a user made map of a house and I heard somebody taking a piss (u hear duke making a certain sound when he takes a piss) so i knew where the guy was and i tossed a pipebomb off the wall into the bathroom and "CLICK", blew the guy up. That was great times.
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Leo Lopez Jun 9, 11
Jon St. John voice of Duke Nukem teased about DLC involving singing in an interview with http://voice123.com.

You can see the interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8PAHfqhVec&feature=player_detailpage#t=207s
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