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- Classic Wolfenstein multiplayer with an occult twist reminiscent of the heart-pounding and award winning class and objective based multiplayer of Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
- Amazing enemies the Nazis throw at you next as they bring their dark fantasies to life.
- Epic combat moments that unfold in movie-like action sequences as you fight to prevent the Nazis from unleashing the power of the Black Sun, a war-ending weapon of supernatural mass destruction.
- Unique environments overlapping this world and the Veil, a world between our reality and the occult underworld that offers you combat advantages but also new supernatural threats.
- The ability to battle with a diverse collection supernatural 'Veil Powers,' as well as Allied and Axis conventional weapons, all upgradable via an in-game black market.
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Wolfenstein brings the Nazi’s dark obsession with the occult to life with epic action and harrowing shooter combat. Use a powerful arsenal of both definitive and occult-enhanced Axis & Allied weapons to beat back a supernatural Nazi force that is full of surprises. You play as BJ Blazkowicz, a highly decorated member of the Office of Secret Actions (OSA). You are sent on a special mission into the heart of the Reich to investigate evidence that the Nazis may possess a new and mysterious power. While behind enemy lines, you discover the Nazis have done much more than develop a new toy. The Nazis are harnessing the power of the Black Sun through a dark parallel dimension called The Veil, in order to create a weapon of war-ending mass destruction. You are the only one that can stop them and save the world from their perverse domination.
Top customer reviews
Buy the game in your own native language. It's a great game! Maybe not the pinnacle of the Wolfenstein series, but very enjoyable.
Then I remember it was this game.
The feeling is like 2/3rds disappointment and 1/3rd "hey I should play that game again."
"Kill some nazis, fight some ghosts, whatev"
Like the previous games in the series, "Wolfenstein" places you in the role of the American agent B.J. Blazkowicz, fighting Nazis in World War 2. Also like previous games, the Nazis have access to supernatural technology and super-science. "Wolfenstein" takes place in the fictional town of Isenstadt, where Germans are digging through ruins to locate magical crystals. These crystals hold the secrets of creating powerful new weapons and summoning monsters - the usual shtick in these sorts of games.
"Wolfenstein" is a mix of actual "levels" and a very limited form of hub-world. There are three "factions" in the world, though ultimately they're all working against the Germans: the resistance, the black market, and the researchers. There are very light RPG elements in the form of weapon upgrades, but they're relatively simple overall. The biggest change gameplay-wise is the medallion B.J. acquires, which allows him to use several different magical powers against his foes. These powers are "seeing into the Veil" (which reveals secret doors and magical enemies), slowing down time, creating force fields, and making one's attacks more damaging. In essence, there's nothing really "special" or "unique", but it's at least an attempt to break from standard shooter conventions (albeit not a particularly good one).
The actual shooter controls are pretty iffy. They're not really terrible per se, but they're far from good. While there's some interesting sci-fi guns later on, most of the early parts are lackluster WW2 weapons that just don't leave a particularly good impression. Overall the game is just sort of bland - there's nothing about it that's like "this is a particularly good part" or anything, it just meanders along and ends up not going anywhere. Not really worth playing.
We purchased this game with our own funds in order to do this review.
You jump into the combat boots of B.J. Blazkowicz in his triumphant return form 2001. Return to Castle Wolfenstein was a remake of the original and this here is the direct sequel. Here you start off in a small fictional town Isenstadt, which becomes your base of operations for you and the several factions that you help, whose goal is to liberate the township from Nazi control. Your goal is to take on various missions which further the story and allow you to obtain gold, intel, and tomes. In the story, you manage to discover a powerful magic medallian (the veil) which allows you to use cool abilities which you will need against some of the stronger enemies and the even stronger epic boss fights.
Gold allows you to upgrade your weapons which adds really noticeble improvements like recoil dampening alterations to cool things like scopes and bayonets. The whole thing is pretty addicting and will have you looking all over for Nazi treasure. Intel plays a key role in the upgrades as well, oftentimes you have to find blueprints behind enemy lines to get some of the additions to your guns. The medallian can be upgraded as well but to improve your abilities even more, you have to locate tomes (books that unlock new skills). I had a lot of fun with the system used here and I wish more fps games did this.
The graphics are really decent here. Some areas, like the part in the underground lab flooded with water are well done in particular. Most of the environments are pretty standard to the WW 2 shooter genre, air fields, farms , and things like that, but others like the zepplein feel fresh and new. The whole game seems really campy and more colorful than Return to castle Wolfenstein which was much darker.
This game is good cheesy B movie fun. In fact, I rather enjoy the Indiana Jones feel of this game as opposed to the last games that aped their style from Doom. You still have Nazi dominatrix chicks and Nazis flying around in jet packs and a huge arsenal at your disposal. Back as well are the crazy particle guns and rocket launchers which are staples of developer id. The powers of the medallian are a cool new feature and do a good job of making you feel really powerful but not indestructable.
If you want a really strong campaign driven fps, this game is for you. The story is kinda ridiculous but it does enough to keep you going and the cut scenes are good but short and infrequent. Overall, the presentation is very good and I really enjoyed playing through this. I can't think of a better way to spend an afternoon with a couple of beers and a comfy couch, besides, what other world war 2 shooter has a giant spider boss from another dimension that looks like the queen alien from Aliens.