The only flaw is the graphics...(by the way im 15)
Dustin Holmes "www.dustinholmes.com", Amazon
8 April 2007
Summary: Ok, I got this game in 2002 at my brothers holy communion and i played it for hours trying to figure out the first friggin mission. When I couldnt figure out where to go I put it back in the case and hadnt played it in years. well a few nights ago I was sitting in my basement bored out of my mind, and this is the only game I havent beat out of thirty two games, so I plopped it in and was instantly addicted to it. You play as a guy named B.J.
Summary: Fun game but the controllers are not what I expected them to be. If you're not picky about the controllers like the aim and shot style then go ahead and buy this game but if you're like me look into something else.
Summary: Just to note, this game is a First Person Shooter, if you don't like this sort of game don't buy it. This game reminds me of the old James Bond Golden Eye on the Nintendo 64 (which I loved) execpt with new things to do and is alot more fun. You are Agent Burkowitz, an Agent of Britain and America to infultrate Germany and find out about Hilter's plans and control of the supernatural in use of army warfare. You get alot of cool weapons and has a good story line.
Summary: Great graphics - you can see the enemies breath in the cold air. The girls with the SS are beautiful and sexy. Missions are fun and exciting. Can't wait for the next edition. Beats EA's MOH Rising Sun hands down.
Summary: Return to Castle Wolfenstein is a thoroughly enjoyable first person shooter that falls between Medal of Honor and Resident Evil. I loved MoH Frontline, so I was looking for more WW II first person shooter action. I was afraid the game would wallow in the occult element and resemble something like Resident Evil too much, but to my pleasant surprise, it did not. This is a solid game all around.
Summary: This game is a-w-e-s-o-m-e! But wow, is it short. I feel a little ripped off for paying about $50 for just a few weeks of play. But maybe it's just that I was so addictive to the game. This is an awesome WWII-based game! The characters are... "alive" yet I still want more action! But the game is realy worth your time. Don't rent it.
A formidable update to ID Software's Wolfenstein 3D
Ted Del Prato "technodemon", Amazon
21 June 2003
Summary: Upon first playing Return To Castle Wolfenstein, I expected a fantastical shooter full of Quake/Doom-like enemys with the swastika insignia all over them. That would have been OK, but this time around ID has taken a more realistic approach. For most of the game, you'll feel like you're playing Medal Of Honor. There are still fictional elements present, like zombies, mutants, and Nazi cyborgs...but it's kept to a reasonable level.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun, challenging but not overly difficult like some games, and has a whole lot of different, varied levels to keep the experience exciting. Only a few of the levels are actually in the Castle, and that's probably good because it would get boring quickly if they all were set there. I'm not sure I like the first person perspective though.
Summary: RTCW is a good game. The graphics are amazing and are the best part of the game. Another plus is that there is actually blood unlike the medal of honor series. You also get to save anywhere and that is a must in a game like this. There are some downsides however. There are certain enemys that have shields. If you try to shoot them when they are crouched and hit their sheild, they will reflect and hit you (that is not the bad part).