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,...
Excerpt: As I’ve tossed out before while talking about the Wolfenstein iPhone releases, my history with Wolfenstein is nearly 30 years old. I’m not sure how I initially found out about it – it could have been an impulse buy at the local computer center – but from the moment I started playing Castle...
Pros: – Nice graphics and performance – Veil system – Nice nods to earlier games
Cons: – Never answers the ‘why should you spend $50/$60 for me’ question – Reported bugginess in both PC and console versions
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?