Duke Nukem

Duke Nukem is a video game series focusing on its protagonist, Duke Nukem. Originally created by Apogee Software Ltd./3D Realms as a series of video games for the PC, the franchise expanded to games released for various consoles by third party developers. In 2010, the rights of the franchise were acquired by Gearbox Software, who completed the development of Duke Nukem Forever and released it on June 10, 2011 in Europe & Australia and on June 14, 2011 in North America. The voice actor for Duke Nukem is Jon St. John.

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