For those still holding your breath for DNF, ye of great faith, it looks like the game might still see the light of day. It turns out that 3D Realms was simply trying too hard to beat some really impressive games. It might seem a tad bit strange at first, given that Duke 3D relied more on a sense of humor than anything technically impressive. However, times have changed and look at the incredible changes the whole genre has undergone since then. Games like Half-Life, Prey, CS, Battlefield 1942, Call of Duty, and the list just goes on and on. Even games that have impressive graphics but basic game play, such as Doom 3, don't always get good reviews these days.
If and when DNF ever does see the light of day, John Romero will probably be happy that nobody can cite his long-delayed Daikatana as the longest delayed first person shooter.
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