Excerpt: BJ Blazkowicz, the heroic OSA agent who stopped a spider-Hitler in the first first person shooter ever made is back, along with Nazis trying to create an Ubermensch by using powers from an alternate dimension! Can’t be bad, can it?
Excerpt: One of the most anticipated PC games of the year, Wolfenstein was expected to revolutionize the first person shooting genre just like its predecessors did. Carrying such a difficult task, Rave Software, the developers of the game, did their best and actually managed to deliver a really high quality,...
Conclusion: Concept: Disrupt another Nazi plan to harness occult powers
Graphics: Environments filled with paranormal activity make the absence of a haunting mood all the more noticeable
Sound: German soldiers kindly tell you when they are moving and reloading to help you kill them
Excerpt: Wolfenstein is the second sequel to the great-grandfather of the FPS franchise. Without Wolfenstein 3D, the FPS franchise would probably be completely different or just not as successful as it is today.
Excerpt: Let’s get this out of the way -- Wolfenstein is a decent first person shooter. But in this generation of breathtaking visuals, revolutionary concepts and advancing technologies, just how far does decent get you?
Excerpt: Wolfenstein was at the forefront of the first-person-shooter explosion, but like an addled codger, the franchise is stuck in the past. Devastating weapons and scary Nazis remain high in the mix in the new Wolfenstein , but rather than breaking hero B.J.
Excerpt: Wolfenstein Review Publisher: Activison Platform: PC , Xbox 360, PS3 UK Price (as reviewed): £24.99 (incl. VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $42.99 (excl. tax) Wolfenstein is probably one of the most well-known and important titles ever among hardcore gamers, though it's important to note that we're...
Excerpt: We recently reviewed the console version of Wolfenstein 2009 and we came away a little unimpressed with the overall experience - even though the core gameplay was pretty good. By no means a bad game it however didnt knock our socks off - something we are hoping the PC version might rectify today.
Excerpt: It's becoming a theme in this economy; “revitalizing existing IP”. What that means in layman's terms is, “Rather than taking a big financial risk on a new idea, let's dust off an old one and see if it'll still make money.” I mean how else can you explain all those the Star Wars: Battlefronts?