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- Assume the role of super soldier BJ Blazkowicz as he uses elite combat tactics and an arsenal of uber advanced weaponry to take down the most powerful empire the world has ever known.
- Join forces with a Band of resistance fighters and launch an offensive battle that spans the globe and beyond, as you seek to uncover the truth behind how this Regime conquered the world so quickly.
- Take on massive mechs, super soldiers, and an army of seemingly unstoppable might as you fight to free the planet from a nightmare of unimaginable tyranny.
- Arm yourself with new weapons such as bolt-action rifle & grenade-launching Kampfpistole to thwart the Nazi war machine. Take advantage of duel-wielding pipes for wall climbing & vicious take-downs.
- Standalone prequel to the critically acclaimed first-person action-adventure shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order;Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Violence
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Wolfenstein: The Two Pack, cinematic and rendered in stunning detail with id Software's id Tech 5 engine, gives players two thrilling campaigns. Now customers can buy both critically acclaimed first-person action-adventure shooters, Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, with their signature deep narrative, packed with action, adventure, and first-person combat for just $29.99 and save $10 off their purchase of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus when it launches October 27, 2017. To receive $10 off Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus customers must purchase Wolfenstein: The Two Pack between August 25th and December 31st , 2017. All new copies of Wolfenstein: The Two Pack contain the original mail-in form. Then simply mail in the original form along with the UPC and receipt for both Wolfenstein: The Two Pack and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, post marked by January 8th.. More details can be found on the rebate form.
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If B.J. Blazkowicz was a silent protagonist like in the classic shooters, I'd consider picking up the sequel; if the main game didn't try to stimulate my affections with loads of unique characters and their sub-plots, I'd play the campaign over and over. Okay, this criticism is starting to sound strange--let me explain.
Imagine if it was more like Id Software's recent Doom reboot. What's the plot of that game? There's a guy on Mars and there are demons on Mars and you gotta kill the demons on Mars. That's it. What's the plot of Wolfenstein? Nazis take over the world with giant death-machines and lasers and robot dogs and mech suits--and it's your job to blow them all up! I'm in, say no more. . . Alas, they have to over-saturate it with plot and character development. Wouldn't this game be so much better if it threw me from level to level without having to take a breath (or a nap) and show me loads of cut-scenes? I don't mind a quick briefing, but geez; who gets a kick out of watching B.J. have sex with his girlfriend on a table in between missions?
With all that said, let's consider the Old Blood expansion included in this. As it's a prequel, the plot/character problem is mostly resolved, giving way to almost non-stop action and engaging gameplay that's more or less like that of The New Order. Wolfenstein captures the "play your way" style pretty sufficiently: you can stealth your way through or go in guns blazing (though you're probably going to be doing this most of the time) or mediate and focus on unlocking perks--which was the most enjoyable aspect of these games. If you kill a fixed number of enemies using a certain weapon or while being stealthy, the game awards you with perks, all of which are pretty easy to unlock. By the end of the game, you're a force to be reckoned with.
In short, the gameplay is fun and the environments are interesting, but a ton of it is sacrificed for the sake of unnecessary plot elements and characters. Want more bang for your buck? Get Doom.
I have the VR set, and although this is not a VR game, the VR set allows me to play games while someone else is watching TV. I am so needing to try it since it becomes like a giant theater screen while playing. :D