Developer Gearbox Software has issued a call for anybody who worked on Duke Nukem Forever over the years - in its various shapes and sizes - to get in touch so that they can try and make sure everybody who contributed to the project can be credited.
"Duke Nukem Forever is legendary in its development cycle," a statement on the company's website read. "Over the years the game has been in the hands of several publishers and many developers have come through the doors at 3D Realms that may have contributed in some way.
"As the studio responsible for Duke Nukem Forever, it is our desire to recognise and acknowledge the people who have in some way been a part of the legacy and evolution of the game."
The developer has set up a special page on its website that allows anybody who wishes to be credited to add their details and explain their involvement.
Duke Nukem Forever has been in development on and off since 1997, with several publishers having handled the project in that time, including GT Interactive, Gathering of Developers and now 2K Games.