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Gearbox & 2K are some nice dudes - ScrewAttack interview, in OP / pg 3
Having initially pre-ordered Duke Nukem Forever in 2001 and held on to the receipt all this time, slash000 is a patient, patient man who never stopped believing in Duke.
In recognition of his unwavering faith, Gearbox is proud to reveal that slash000 has been bestowed with an assortment of Duke Nukem Forever goods including the 10th Duke Nukem Forever Balls of Steel Edition ever produced (complete with certificate of authenticity) signed by the development team, a Logitech G19 keyboard, and more:
* Duke Nukem Forever PC Balls of Steel Edition #10, Signed by the Development Team
* Duke Nukem Headshot, Signed by the Development Team
* Logitech G19 Keyboard with GamePanel LCD Screen (Supported by Duke Nukem Forever PC)
* Duke Nukem Forever Titty City Pint Glass
* Duke Nukem Forever Titty City Shot Glass
* Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club Shot Glass
* Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club Mouse Pad
* Duke Nukem Forever Belt Buckle
* Duke Nukem Forever "Steroids"
* Duke Nukem Forever Mini-Lithographs
* Duke Nukem Forever gamerART Aluminum Mouse Pad
* Duke Nukem Forever Hoody
* Duke Burger T-Shirt
* Hail to the King! T-Shirt
* Come Get Some T-Shirt
* Gearbox Swag Bag
Thanks for your support, slash000! Always bet on Duke!
edit: the note says: "Bill - Thanks for always betting on Duke! - Gearbox Software"
I must say that my favorite stuff is the signed Duke picture and especially the signed Ball of Steel Edition.
That's amazing. Never thought I'd have a copy of DNF signed by 3DR and Gearbox guys.
Also I gotta post this here:
The Balls of Steel Edition, there were only 136,000 copies of this edition produced world wide.
Gearbox gave me the 10th one produced, the earliest production copy of the game verified:
Here's a video if anyone is curious --
ScrewAttack was there with me to record the "journey" of buying the game: