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Trailer Blowout: Homefront, NASCAR and Duke's Urinal - News Roundup 4th October 2010

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Jonathan Lester
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Duke Nukem Forever, Games news, Homefront, multiplayer, NASCAR 2011, THQ
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Homefront Debut Multiplayer Trailer

Trailer Blowout: Homefront, NASCAR and Duke's Urinal - News Roundup 4th October 2010

Homefront's multiplayer modes is set to deliver massive vehicular carnage as well as tight firefights in gutted urban environments. We'll be bringing you our full MP impressions once the embargo lifts, but while you're waiting, here's the debut trailer!

THQ's Homefront takes place in a nightmarish future America that's under brutal military occupation. Why not take a look at our Gamescom preview?

FirstPlay DNF Demo Shows Board Rubber & Urinal

Trailer Blowout: Homefront, NASCAR and Duke's Urinal - News Roundup 4th October 2010

We were thrilled to hear that Gearbox had taken over development of the long-awaited (and much-maligned) Duke Nukem Forever, and actually stand a chance at finishing the damn thing. While a few elite members of the press were able to see a presentation behind closed doors and a demo was available at PAX, the following stage demo has been delivered by Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford himself.

As well as some brutal combat against titanic alien monstrosities, Pitchford also demonstrates some nifty little features that might have gone unnoticed. Duke can doodle on whiteboards and rub it off with a board rubber... and of course, use the urinal. You can't save the world and get the babes with a full bladder, after all.

Oh, it's also kinda NSFW.

NASCAR 2011 Gets First Trailer

Trailer Blowout: Homefront, NASCAR and Duke's Urinal - News Roundup 4th October 2010

Activision announced the latest NASCAR game last week, and after making its debut on American television, we're delighted to bring you the first trailer of the game in action. It's set for a February 2011 release- and already seems to feature an impressive sense of speed and the crowded NASCAR experience (along with a fair bit of CG if I'm not much mistaken). As you'd expect, there are also plenty of enormous explosions, which let's face it, is why we really watch NASCAR in the first place.

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