Reviews and Problems with Wolfenstein: The New Order
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The Glorious Return of Wolfenstein
cjackc, Game Informer
21 November 2014
Summary: Wolfenstein 3D was the founding father of first-person shooters, and that franchise is still going on today. This was the first Wolfenstein game to have some kind of depth since Return To Castle Wolfenstein. While I was a bit surprised that it would not include multiplayer, but after playing it, I really don't care. The 15+ hour campaign is the best produced one ever since The Last of Us since 2013.
Wasteland Raven "Life, is a state of mind.", Amazon
31 October 2014
Summary: Another gem that I cannot believe I passed on the first time it came out. I don't usually have high hopes for a Bethesda published game, especially from a smaller developer I don't know well, but this game turned out to be extremely fun and very engrossing. I purchased it here on Amazon for $30, honestly it's worth much more than that and I really would have paid full price if I had known it would be so good.
Summary: I actually rented this first and then ended up buying it after the first day because I enjoyed it so much. I got into the story and storytelling. Good characters with funny and interesting dialogue that had good voice actors. A really good villain too, you really want to get to him. Lots of enemy type from soldiers to Frankenstein-ish creatures to robots. It’s nice not being in WWII, the alternate future is a great setting and lets them change up the weapons.
Summary: Some times you just need a go here shoot this kinda game and this is that. But it is far from boring with its constant escelation of combat and demand of various types of combat ranging from stealth splinter cell to doom style run and shoot. The two story lines change little in the actual play of the game but the game is worth at least two play throughs so it provides a good excuse.
Summary: This game swings between two extremes: super awesome moments and utter misery. Fortunately, the misery can take several forms: - interminable cut scenes - run around the same place and find stuff (the safe house levels) - annoying stealth / you don't have a gun missions However, there are giant Nazi space robots to kill and that is always a good thing.
Summary: This game is one of the hardest yet funnest games I own. I started out playing medium difficulty and had to change the level TWICE. I'm now on the easiest difficulty and getting my butt handed to me! But I won't stop playing because it's AWESOME!
Summary: First of all, WOW. What a surprise! I was expecting a shallow FPS game, along the likes of what Wolfy used to be. And boy, did they throw that impression out of the window about 5 minutes into the game. The developers have done an impressive job at making Wolfenstein 3-dimensional in more ways than just graphical. The story is well-scripted, well-acted and actually draws you in!
Summary: Played this game for about 20+ hours on the 2nd to last difficulty and loved the entire story. Just finished my 2nd playthrough on the hardest difficulty and was still satisfied with the game. There is one story mode but there are 2 different ways for it to be played. Great game overall. Great graphics, gameplay and it is challenging. I recommend this game to anyone that like first-person shooters.
Summary: This new addition to the wolfenstein series is such an amazing experience for any fan or if you are new to the series. this one is outstanding, the story alone is the best. it first takes place during WW2, then in the 1960s. overall great addition.
Summary: It wasn't a bad game good storyline that was very thought out, challenging enemies, and there were some points where I had to use my head. My problems with it was that, there was not much of an arsenal (sure there was upgrades and the cool laser weapon but that's it) , and the campaign was really short. I thought that I was getting into a game that will take up a good amount of my time but I beat it in less than a weak.