Summary: A far cry from the great game put out in 2001 that was "Return To Castle Wolfenstein" but terrible only if you are comparing it to the former. Assuming that you take it as a game based on it's own merits, it it worth a look. You still get to kill lots of Nazis and weird creatures, so that's a plus. The biggest change from the prior versions is a magical amulet you use to give yourself different super powers.
Summary: Still the best third person shooter game because there is more to it than just shoot-em-up. I've played "The Castle" for years, and still enjoy it but this game has greater weaponry and requires more thought relative to elimination of the bad guy - great graphics!
Summary: I was looking forward to playing this game, and it is fun but I was a bit disappointed in the graphics; the graphics are a bit too sharp, bright and artificed, and I couldnt find a method of altering it in the settings (other than resolution no antialiasing or other changes). I also miss having quick-save functionality (gone once every game ended up being designed for consoles and ported to PC). Other than that it is a very entertaining game.
Summary: The game itself is action-packed and more realistic than other games. I had a little problem following the gold star that indicates where to g0. it seemed as if it was leading in the wrong direction at times. Overall, the game was a real good action game.
Summary: This game came to me in a timely manner and so far I am pleased with this purchase. The game was very easy to load to my computer. Only had to make a few adjustments on the game settings to get rid of some "game lag".
Summary: In today's video game culture, first-person shooters reign supreme, from the classic "Goldeneye" of Nintendo '64 fame to current titles such as Halo and the Call of Duty series. There was a time (early 1990s), however, when this was not the case, and it took one game to begin the revolution...Wolfenstein 3D. Set in a prisoner-of-war camp in the heart of Nazi Germany, early 1990s gamers were introduced to the FPS genre in the form of one B.J.
Summary: Once I found out that a new Wolfenstein was going to be released I was very anxious. For those of you that enjoy first-person shooters with a touch of RPG style weapon modifications you'll most likely enjoy this game. Like most first-person shooters you can carry an unnatural amount of weapons and ammunition on you at any time, which I'm okay with.
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised after installing and playing this for a while. The graphics could have been better but the game itself was very engaging. I have played the single player several times just trying to find everything and still find that it is very entertaining. I tried the multiplayer a couple of times but understood before I purchased it that the multiplayer wasn't anything that I would be impressed with. That is the reason I waited till I could get it cheap.
Summary: I am personally a huge fan of the Wolfenstein series, mainly because I love to learn about WWII, although we all know the supernatural warfare was fake Hitler did in fact researched stuff like that so books and games like this are always interesting. So ofcourse I got the game tried it out and was pretty dissapointed. The cutscene graphics were amazing, the weapons were true to the war execpt of course the advanced ones, the ability to upgrade them was deffinetly a plus.