Summary: In 1992, Wolfenstein 3D, the very first first-person shooter, was released. Hard to believe, in just one decade, video games came such a long way. The company even decided to do a remake of the classic, appropriately entitled Return To Castle Wolfenstein. The game became a huge hit on the PC, and it seemed only proper to give it a console release. Read on for my review. [IN THE "PLAY CONTROL" AND "CHALLENGE" CATEGORIES, I AM REVIEWING THE DEFAULTS.
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Jaba the Hutt, amazon.ca
5 July 2003
Summary: I was never really interested in the Wolfenstein series so I could give less if it came out for PS2-- or at least I thought. I was in a local [store] and no good game in sight. I happened to see Wolfenstein on the top shelf and against my better judgment I bought it. When I first popped it into my PS2, I was disappointed. The graphics were not super and the game play seemed dull. After about an hour I found myself liking it. Why?
Summary: This is the first time I have ever played a game from the "Wolfenstein" series. Aside from the aiming and the quick moving enemies, this game is pretty good. The graphics and sound effects are neat, and the story is a nice portrayal of the WWII era. Not as good as "Medal of Honor", but enjoyable.