You may have though that Duke Nukem Forever died its final death with the closure of 3D Realms, but the voice of Duke is hinting that the game may still be alive. Found on Kotaku, http://www.bravenewgamer.com/2010/01/the-voice-of-duke-nukem-facetiously-confirms-duke-nukem-forever/ was in attendance at the recently-concluded Music and Gaming Festival (MAGFest), where Jon St. John, the voice of Duke Nukem, hinted that Duke Nukem Forever may still have a little bit of life left in it.
Despite the fact that the game's developer (3D Realms) has closed its doors, and that postmortems have been written examining the corpse of the game, St. John picked up spirits of Nukem fans when he hinted at the game's revival. When he told the audience he couldn't speak about the game, St. John followed up "No, no, don't be disappointed. Read between the lines. Why am I not allowed to talk about it?"
While we've went on the word of voice actors before, Duke Nukem Forever isn't of the same stature as Infamous 2 and the next Mario game after Galaxy 2. Like so many naive characters in horror movies, we're going to insist that Duke Nukem Forever is dead and buried until it comes and plunges a machete into our chest.