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Are you sitting down? We’ve got some pretty shocking news. You may want to strap yourself in and put your helmet on for this one. Duke Nukem Forever is getting delayed. The game’s developers have pushed back the release of the title yet again. On the upside, it’s only a little over a month this time–the previously announced May 3rd date has been pushed back to June 14th in North America.The title’s publisher seemingly has a sense of humor about the whole thing (and really, after a decade and a half, how could you not?). Said 2K president, Christoph Hartmann, “We thank Duke’s fans for their continued patience–I promise this won’t take another 15 year.”It seems a pretty safe bet that there’s some validity to that statement. I mean, at least this time out we’ve actually had the opportunity to play the game (and for the record, it was pretty damn fun). Developer Gearbox was also pretty jokey about the whole thing. Video of that after the jump.