Storied game developer 3D Realms, the company that brought us Duke Nukem and shareware, has popped up with a 32-game anthology collection, detailed in a preview video (above).
Although the company closed its doors five years ago, the new 3D Realms includes some of the managers from the original outfit (aka Apogee Software, Ltd) such as Scott Miller. A company statement said that the firm is working on new developments, which will be announced in the future. The company is notorious for the 14-year development of Duke Nukem Forever, which was subsequently picked up by Gearbox, the focus for a subsequent lawsuit.
The 3D Realms Anthology for Windows PCs is currently available for $19.99, returning to full price of $39.99 at the weekend.