Duke Nukem Forever Museum

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Description: The first Duke Nukem Forever video ever released, it shows what was done of the game with the Quake 2 engine. Shortly after, 3DRealms announced that they would switch to the Unreal engine.
Format: MPG
Size: 33296 KB

Description: Part of a French coverdisk video showing off the highlights of E3 1998, this video shows scenes from the Quake2 incarnation of Duke Nukem Forever with clips that are not present in the official 1998 E3 video, at a higher resolution and frame rate.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 7832 KB

Description: This video was at the center of the mediatic event of E3 2001. It showed the next incarnation of Duke Nukem Forever, based on the Unreal engine, and it caused a wave of hype that never really ended until the game was released.
Format: EXE (Bink video embedded with the player)
Size: 43882 KB

Description: Released by Gearbox along with Duke Nukem Forever to show what the game looked like in 2003, after a restart to implement "next-gen" features like dynamic shadows and specular maps.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 86657 KB

Description: Released by Gearbox along with Duke Nukem Forever to show what the game looked like in 2006, before 3DRealms decided to restart the development one last time.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 89963 KB

Description: Released by 3DRealms at the end of 2007, to restart the hype after a mediatic silence of several years.
Format: WMV
Size: 40709 KB

Description: A variation of the previous video, this contains a different one-liner at the end. It was released by Gearbox along with Duke Nukem Forever.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 25016 KB

Description: Footage of Duke Nukem Forever from the Jace Hall Show. Most of it, like the weapon wheel and and a fight against the Energy Leech above water, did not survive the "Cutting is shipping" policy implemented by George Broussard in 2009.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 17862 KB

Description: Released by Bryan Brewer for his portfolio, few days after being fired from 3DRealms. This video contains footage from what would be the final attempt to develop Duke Nukem Forever, the Megadeth cover of Grabbag and audio samples from Duke Nukem 3D and Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project. Here, the initial fight against the Cycloid Emperor happens in the daytime and the fight against the Battlelord happens at night, while in the game it is the other way around.
Format: MOV
Size: 17489 KB

Description: Released by James Houska for his portfolio, few days after being fired from 3DRealms.
Format: WMV
Size: 5879 KB

Description: More Duke Nukem Forever footage from the Jace Hall Show.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 71229 KB

Description: Released by another developer, this video was originally without audio. This version features Brandon Blume's Grabbag Megamix, stock sound effects and a Duke Nukem impersonation by Nukemdave.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 61535 KB

Description: Released by Gearbox along with Duke Nukem Forever, this is a trailer made by Triptych in November 2009, when work on the singleplayer campaign was finished.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 54557 KB

Description: Part of a video that was released by Jeron Moore for his portfolio. The original video showed clips from many games he worked on; this only shows the Duke Nukem Forever clips.
Format: WMV
Size: 3005 KB

Description: A recording of a recording. It shows few seconds of level editing, with a pigcop model, a Holsom Twin and an event trigger.
Format: AVI
Size: 1046 KB

Duke_Nukem_Forever - Live_Demo.zip
Description: Live demo of Duke Nukem Forever at the Firstlook gaming convention in Amsterdam.
Format: AVI (XviD)
Size: 32361 KB

Description: The first official trailer released by Gearbox. This reuses some scenes from the 2009 Triptych trailer, but replaces the 3DRealms Duke Nukem model with the one used in the final game.
Format: MP4
Size: 14160 KB

Description: Two people hamming it up while playing a build of DNF that included the level editor, on Jace Hall Show.
Format: MP4
Size: 6199 KB

Description: The introduction to the 2011 Interactive Achievement Awards, where Duke Nukem interacts with Claptrap.
Format: MP4
Size: 13168 KB

Description: A preview of DNF by IGN that contrasts it with other shooters like Call Of Duty and Halo.
Format: MP4
Size: 9723 KB

Description: The second trailer by Gearbox.
Format: WMV
Size: 47527 KB

Description: A trailer by Gearbox showing game action when Duke Nukem is shrunk.
Format: MP4
Size: 5094 KB

Description: A trailer by Gearbox showing interaction with a particular item found in the game world.
Format: MP4
Size: 5648 KB

Description: A trailer by Gearbox showing babes from the singleplayer campaign and from the My Digs area.
Format: MP4
Size: 4195 KB

Description: Game action scenes, shown at PAX East 2011.
Format: MP4
Size: 6541 KB

Description: A trailer by Gearbox showing a scripted flying scene that exists due to the lack of a jetpack in singleplayer.
Format: MP4
Size: 3346 KB

Description: The final Duke Nukem Forever video ever released, this is a trailer for the singleplayer DLC The Doctor Who Cloned Me, where Duke fights Doctor Proton in Area 51.
Format: MP4
Size: 6405 KB

Duke Nukem Forever is a copyright © 2011 Gearbox Software.
Duke Nukem and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Gearbox Software.