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Here's something that will make you chuckle: Duke Nukem Forever has been postponed… again. But only by a month, supposedly.

Given the task of breaking the news gently was head of developer Gearbox, Randy Picthford, who did so in amusing fashion in a YouTube vid. Here it is.

The anticipated title, which was scheduled for release this coming May, will now apparently reach shelves on 10 June. He does mean 2011, right?

I suppose for a game with raunchy features and a handsome dose of misogyny, we're willing to wait around for an extra month, eh? Well, we have no choice. 13 years and counting… ®

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