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CPU: 4 GHz (single core); RAM: 512 MB (XP) or 1 GB (Vista); GPU: GeForce 6600 or higher, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro or higher, supports shader.n EA Entertainments Canada has developed the game for all gaming consoles. In 2007, Electronic Arts announced that they would be holding an open beta test for PC and consoles in February-March 2007 to express their enthusiasm for this addition to the company's ecosystem. Developer names have been provided. On March 20, 2007, it was announced that official game controllers would be unveiled by Nintendo at E3 2007, with the Wii Move controller. On April 13, 2007, Electronic Entertainment stated that it would support the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 controllers. It allows players to play the same games regardless of their platforms. At the EA Sports show in Berlin on May 8, 2007, it was announced that IGN was expecting new content for the expansion based on single-player gameplay. The add-on was first presented as a ready-made content for the PC at the Electronic Convention 2007 in Los Angeles. It started to provide merchandise, animation and content for this add-on.
At EXPO 2007 in Osaka in 2007, LucasArts announced a new expansion for Duke Nukem 3D. Duke: New Duke was scheduled for release in 2007. The game comes bundled with a free game that includes 13 add-ons that differ from each other in tactical discipline, dynamics and equipment. In addition, the free add-on includes the game "Nuclear Throne" (which will include "Laser Squadron"), which will be available to users on Xbox 360, PlayStaton and PS3. On November 1, 2007, it was announced at Gamescom in Germany that Duke 3D would be available on Linux, Playstation 3 and Playstaton in the summer of 2007. The game was introduced along with the new version of Duke 2D: The Next Lives Story, which is the first game in the Duke series to be released again in the RPG and fighting genres. On April 22, 2008 at E3 2008, LucasAge, developed by Square Enix, unveiled its new project, Duke Online. Available for all platforms f02ee7bd2b
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