The king is back, on the Sega Genesis

Duke Nukem 3D gets a worldwide release for the Sega Genesis

The king is back, on the Sega Genesis
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Duke Nukem got a new game release, but not where you’d expect it. Instead of a new game for the current generations, it is coming out for the Sega Genesis, released all the way back in 1989.

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Yes, the previously Brazilian exclusive Duke Nukem 3D for the Sega Genesis is finally getting a worldwide release. According to a post on Eurogamer, Retro gaming studio Piko is going to be publishing the game on Sega Genesis after acquiring the rights for the console port from the Brazilian publisher Tectoy, along with 3DRealms, the developer Duke Nukem 3D. 

Right now you can order the game from Piko’s website. It will cost $39.99 to order the cart on its own or $54.99 for a boxed version that will also include the manual.

This is the first time Piko has published a game for an old console. Back in 2014, they acquired the rights to reprint Super 3D Noah’s Ark for the SNES. 

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