Summary: This is a great follow up on the Wolfenstein story. Wolfenstein 3D was my first 3D game in the early 90's and was the first computer game I'd played that actually would startle me from time to time. When Return to Castle Wolfenstein came out a few years back, I snatched it up and have played it through many times since. This game was an unexpected surprise and I've enjoyed it very much.
Summary: I have loved all of Id's games from the original Wolf3D (which I still play in DosBox!) to this game and Rage. Raven and Id Software pulled it off again with this title. The RPG style elements like weapon upgrades is a great touch. It does not detract from the classic "run-n-gun" FPS style of game this game offers. You won't be disappointed if you waited until now to get this one.
Summary: Hey, if you've been playing this game series as long as I have there's nothing I can say that you don't already know. They're fun, have well thought out scenarios and venues, imaginative situations enemies who are difficult to overpower and you get to fight Evil in the form of National Socialists.
Summary: I remember playing the first Wolfenstein way back in the 80's and loved it then. Just built me a new pc and wanted to get back gaming and decided to buy this one. Runs real smooth and once you figure out the game play norms its really fun. Cheat codes are there at the end of the game so you can go back and play it again on high settings which is even funner! I would say try this game to anyone who wants a fun shooter type game.
Summary: Wolfenstein 3d is a game of many extremes. It is extremely difficult, extremely addicting, and extremely violent. This is the game that revolutionized the first person shooter genre. It was not the first FPS. That title goes to a game for the Atari called "Battlezone." It is difficult because there is a slight lack of ammunition, addicting because it is fun, and violent because the corpses leave puddles of blood beneath them.
Summary: I just got this game. It is always a guessing game to see if a new PC game actually works under Windows 7 64-bit. This game is officially "blessed" for XP and Vista, but in 2009 Windows 7 wasn't out yet. I'm happy to report that it installs and works fine under the 64-bit version of Windows 7. The other concern is performance. I'm using the default settings and it looks great on my 18" Toshiba laptop with very smooth motion. I enjoy playing this game.