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PC Gaming Hall of Shame: Games That Weren't Cancelled, But Should Have Been

Although some decent games do poorly for no good reason, many titles are so headscratchingly bad that you have to wonder why the developer even bothered.

In the group of terribly bad games, there are the truly bad ones and then there are the big flops: those that have built an irredeemable amount of hype. Without further ado, here's our PC gaming hall of shame: games that weren't cancelled but should have been.

Duke Nukem Forever GPU & CPU Performance

The Duke Nukem franchise has deep roots in PC gaming history. The trash-talking action hero made his debut some two decades ago in 1991 on MS-DOS followed by a sequel in 1993. Three years later, Duke Nukem 3D took the industry by storm. Then as you know, Duke Nukem Forever took 14 years until it finally arrived.

With a mixed bag of reviews and criticism from various angles, Duke Nukem Forever's long history of controversy will not rest for now. But as usual this performance review is less about DNF's gameplay and more about showing you how the game runs on a broad spectrum of today's (and yesterday's) PC hardware.

Duke Nukem Forever goes gold

Duke Nukem Forever goes gold

2K Games and Gearbox Software have announced that Duke Nukem Forever has "gone gold." This means that the code is final and now all that is left is getting the game into gamers' hands.
Duke Nukem Forever is coming to OnLive

Duke Nukem Forever is coming to OnLive

OnLive has announced that it has partnered with 2K Games and Gearbox Software to bring Duke Nukem Forever to the OnLive Game Service. It will arrive at 12:01 AM (EDT) on June 14, 2011, coinciding with the scheduled North American…