Duke Nukem Forever finally came out last week after nearly 15 years in development, and we weren’t too kind to it. But critical reception and slumping sales be damned; everyone’s favorite macho pig killer will be back.

“We don’t really talk about it in detail but you will see future Duke IP coming from this company,”Stauss Zelnick, CEO of Take- 2 told Forbes in a recent interview.

Zelnick also commented on that less than stellar reaction to the game from critics. “That said, when we put something out I stand behind it, I will not compromise,” he said. “What is there left to be said? I’m sorry if you don’t like it. Don’t consume it.”

We’re all for a brand new Duke game, just this time one built from the ground-up, and not hindered by over a decade of baggage.

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