Reviews and Problems with Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection
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Not As Good As The Xbox Version
FirePower "FirePower", Amazon
3 August 2010
Summary: This game does have all of the same FP shooter action of the other console version (Xbox) but this game has inferior graphics and textures. This game lacks progressive scan and this is definitely needed if you plan on playing this on an HDTV. The way the enemy characters move is absolutely ridiculous. This version also has no multiplayer features for you if you're into that sort of thing, unlike the Xbox version.
Summary: I won't bore you with a long review, the truth is that this game has it's limitations , it's passable but!!!!!!!!!! it can get boring at times, when i ended this game i was not satistfied i did not feel anything, to tell you the truth through this whole game you won't feel anything but boredom.
The only thing worse then a Nazi is a un-dead zombie Nazi
Jaba the Hutt, Amazon
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.
Summary: A strange mix. I expected a WWII game and I suppose it is but with Zombies and Mummies? Bit off the wall for me as a hardened WWII shooter gamer. This had more to do with fantasy than emulated actions and scenarios. Not my cup of tea.
Summary: It's a good game the enemies are hard and sophisticated and the levels are structured in a way that's the only way to continue is straight ahead. However it differs to the computer version as there is 3-4 introductory levels to the game, you cannot cheat, no multiplayer or networking, and no level select and it takes up half of your memory (working on a 8Mb card).
'World domination eludes me! Damn that one man army!'
Mr. SCM Bell "Black Cat Theory", amazon.co.uk
30 September 2003
Summary: With a whole load of exciting shooters like Mace Griffin, Fire Warrior, Killzone and Halo 2 showing up on the main console formats it is worth asking the question whether there is a place in the market this year for Castle Wolfenstein – Operation Ressurrection? ID Software blew the doors off PC owners a couple of years back with the Original Castle Wolfenstein however things have moved on significantly since then and the oft-used and rapidly ageing Quakes Engine's days...