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Take Two Get Duke Nukem PS2 Rights

3D Realms yesterday granted Take Two Interactive and Rockstar Games the right to take the multi-million selling Duke Nukem franchise to Sony's next generation cons...
3D Realms yesterday granted Take Two Interactive and Rockstar Games the right to take the multi-million selling Duke Nukem franchise to Sony's next generation console. Duke Nuken: Time to Kill developer n-Space has signed on to work on the future Playstation 2 project. "Rockstar, like us, wants to break the rules and make a Duke console game that's as successful and innovative as the Duke PC titles. This takes real talent and commitment, and between Rockstar, Take Two and n-Space I have no doubts about it happening," said Scott Miller, head of Apogee, 3D Realms parent company.

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