The guys over at Gearbox Software -- the team developing Duke Nukem: Forever -- have released this special message about our favorite, to quote Doug Lombardi of Valve, "gum-chomping, alien ass-kicking hero." They've dated Duke Nukem for June 14 (June 10 international), but they didn't do so without some self-deprecation first. Check it out below.
Squadrons of steam-powered tanks, laden with thick steel plating and cumbersome turrets, thundered through the green valleys of a disjointed America; soldiers equipped with mobile gatling guns crunched dried leaves underfoot. All these troops converge on one pivotal location: Gettysburg. That's how I've always imagined it, anyway.
Bioware has released a high-resolution texture pack* for PC players of the Dragon Age 2 game. The texture pack faced a buggy launch for Steam users, as explained by Velnias of the Steam forums:
"Neither the hi-res texture pack nor the Exiled Prince nor the Black Emporium DLC will recognize the DA2 installation if you're using Steam (yes, after decryption and installation)."
In order to fix the Dragon Age 2 high-resolution texture pack, follow the steps described below:
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