Monstrously-delayed sequel to the popular FPS Duke Nukem 3D. There have been many other Duke adventures in between, developed by third-parties under license, including:
Duke Nukem: Time To Kill
Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
Duke Nukem: Zero Hour
Some good, some bad. However many gamers want the official merchandise from 3D Realms themselves, and 3DR are simply not delivering. They haven't even released a single screenshot or anything about the game since they started over on the project several years ago. One wonders what on Earth is going on at 3DR at the moment.
Possibly the closest thing to e-mail spam on television. Advertises their awful "Crazy Frog" ringtone on just about every music channel in the UK through a series of incredibly annoying commercials.
The Frog looks even stupider now thanks to dumb Christians who couldn't handle it's genitalia.
On VH1 Classic for example, Crazy Frog adverts are shown like twice every break.
Not to mention Jamster also makes ringtones for the newest hits out there, such as Britney Spears and 50 Cent, and advertises them on VH1 Classic, of all channels. Doesn't make much business sense to me.
Founder of Sonic CulT, which has risen in recent years to be one of the most popular Sonic sites around. Pachuka himself, while having made many enemies, is also very popular around a lot of people for his attitude - he doesn't hesitate to ridicule someone if they post silly shit on his site and constantly posts pics of his outings (pissing all over Gator's sign was a good one).
As for the child-molester allegations, I for one think of Pachuka to be a little smarter than that. i'm going with xt0rt in that the silly bitch lied about her age, she is 15 after all and knows perfectly well what she was doing. We'll just have to wait and see.
Also runs a rather nasty little community known as SCARZ.
Asshole who is the director of Christian Voice, a British organisation bent on banning anything blasphemous towards Christianity.
They most recently started a huge protest against Jerry Springer: The Opera being shown on BBC2 - they managed to rally over 50,000 lunatic Christians to complain and protest to Ofcom. Despite this and the losers at Mediawatch UK putting on huge pressure, the BBC screened it anyway and attracted 1.7 million viewers in the process.
They also pressurised a cancer charity into turning down a £3k donation from the Springer show and are now targeting abortion clinics and theatres across the UK planning to show Jerry Springer.
Green posted the contact details of a BBC controller (who greenlighted Jerry Springer: The Opera) on the Christian Voice homepage, consequently forcing the guy to move into a safehouse after hoardes of demented evangelicals made death threats to him and his family.