As far as most critics were concerned, Duke Nukem Forever wound up being little more than the mediocre punchline to an overlong joke. That lukewarm reception hasn't gone unnoticed by Gearbox Software. Though the game was in development for 13 years before Gearbox took over, they're the folks who are now in charge of saving the franchise. For that, they need your help.
The studio has posted a survey on their official website, soliciting feedback on Duke Nukem Forever from the general public. Whether you've played the game or not, Gearbox wants to know your opinion on the game and what you'd like to see out of a sequel.
The questions point to some interesting possibilities in Duke's future, asking for player's thoughts on open-world design, regenerating health, puzzle-platforming elements, and the game's trademark sense of humor. While it's a longshot, I'd like to think that the right survey results will turn the next Duke Nukem game into a humorless, open-world puzzle-platformer. With health packs.
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