September 25, 2000

Land of the Babes Interview!

As Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes is scheduled to street this week, we felt it was time to bring you another interview with Phil Gelber of N-space. Phil is the producer of Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes, and he has a lot to say about the game. Here's a small bit.

Q: Well, Land of the Babes is finished now, and will shortly be out there for the world to see. How do you feel about that?

A: Personally I feel proud, relieved, and excited all at the same time. Creating a game that stands up to the high standards of 3D Realms is a lot of hard work, and my team got the job done. I hope the world enjoys it and has as much fun as we did making it.

Q: How much of an irritation or an issue was it regarding the name change from Planet of the Babes to Land of the Babes?

A: It was pretty irritating from the standpoint that we had been using the name for a while, and although it was a great name, Land of the Babes wasn't a take off of Planet of the Apes. To be honest, there really isn't enough material to base a good game on Planet of the Apes.

There's a lot more that Phil has to say about Land of the Babes in this interview. Check it out today! For more information on Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes, make sure to check our our Land of the Babes page.

Posted by Joe Siegler on September 25, 2000 at 6:45 PM | Permalink
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