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- Strap in for a heart-pounding journey as you fight the Nazi war machine on American soil. As BJ Blazkowicz, protect your family and friends, forge new alliances and face the demons of your troubled past as you rally pockets of resistance to overthrow the Nazi occupation.
- Immerse yourself in a world brought to life by unforgettable characters who bring a new level of personality to the franchise. Reunite with your friends and fellow freedom fighters such as Anya, Caroline, Bombate, Set, Max Hass, Fergus or Wyatt, and befriend new characters such as Horton and Grace as you take on the evil Frau Engel and her Nazi army.
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Winner of Best Action Game at The Game Awards 2017, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed first-person shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order developed by the award-winning studio MachineGames. The most wunderbar soldier who ever lived now brings exciting action to the American Territories with an all-new addition to the Elite Hans action set. Introducing--straight from the headlines--the vile BJ "Terror-Billy" Blazkowicz! A cold-blooded killer that must be stopped, Terror-Billy is always sneaking, spying, or smashing. Add Terror-Billy to your collection today and bring glory to the home front with Elite Hans--the Empire's Posable Protector! The Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Collector's Edition includes a 1/6 scale 12-inch action figure of the game's Nazi-killin' hero William Joseph "BJ" Blazkowicz, packaged in a premium, 1960s-style box. BJ comes fully equipped to rally the resistance and free America, with an arsenal of accessories including four high-powered guns, a hatchet, and his bomber jacket. The limited Collector's Edition also includes the highly anticipated game inside an exclusive metal case, and a 9"x14" Blitzmensch poster. Pre-order now to bring BJ home with you on October 27, 2017!
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When I ordered this, I was not expecting something so large - the "Terror Billy" figure is huge and looks great.
This has all of the same awesome Nazi killing, over-the-top gameplay, visuals and sound as the first one - nailed on all counts, but like the first one, where the game really shines is its story.
Picking up literally where the first one left off, this game told a very different kind of story, but incorporated all of the same relate-able humanity in extraordinary circumstances. It's clear that this was a labor of love and had some deeply personal meaning to the developers as themes like parenthood, love, self-sacrifice and honor are all on display in very real ways. It was delightful to see that Max Haas somehow survived, though I really wish he played a larger role in the story. The idea of a mentally challenged person outclassing and outfighting the self-professed "master race" is the kind of delicious irony that I really go in for, but the game doesn't really do a lot with this. One of my favorite things about this series, however, is the science involved. A lot of the more fantastic elements on display actually correlate to legitimate scientific research that was abandoned rather than disproved. The notion that the Nazis would have advanced science by the 1960's in many ways beyond the level that we have in the real world today is a sensitive topic that the game handles without overt commentary. It's fictional, and speculative but not without some basis in fact. Remove moral considerations and corporate greed from the path of the generation that developed the atomic bomb and went from being earthbound to putting a man on the moon in 9 years and it's hard to imagine that we wouldn't have accomplished much more by now than shuttering our space program, and clogging the planet with smart phones. Such advancement would not be worth what we would have needed to sacrifice to achieve it, but it's great that the game presents a largely unbiased view of this. Backdrop aside, the emotional impact of the game can't be overstated. I laughed, almost cried and felt the heat of indignation. The presentation draws you in then throws you curves, never being obtuse about it.
If you like fantastic stories and FPS, you can't go wrong with this.
It’s a definitely buy from me the game is inmersive and and draws you in to the characters to fight Nazis with keeping the classic vibe of a shooting game going crazy or stealth .