Video game developer 3D Realms Entertainment is one of the most venerable of North Texas game studios.
Its leadership, Scott Miller and George Broussard, are legends in the industry. Their work inspired hundreds of millions of dollars in retail sales, and the technology they pioneered is credited by industry observers as having reshaped the video gaming landscape.Without their contributions, video games likely would look very different today.
In 1996, Garland-based 3D Realms, then known as Apogee Software, dropped an atomic bomb on gamers in the form of "Duke Nukem 3D": The first major three-dimensional game with a developed character who could actually talk.
NO WAY!!! I hope this is true. I mean 12 years is a long to develop a game. It has to be the most advanced game ever LOL