In Wolfenstein you play B.J. Blazkowicz, a highly decorated member of the office of Secret Actions(OSA).

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Easily one of the most underrated games of the past decade. It was great to see B.J. Blaskowitz back in action in this latest installment. Gameplay was fun, and faced paced, just like wolf3d and RTCW. The gritty WW2 atmosphere of isendstat (I know I spelt that wrong, get over it) mixes perfectly with the pseudo science that the nazis have come up with this time. Any FPS nowadays can be accused of being a call of duty knockoff, as how generic their fps gameplay is, but this is another title worthy on the mantle of wolfenstein's past. Though it doesn't beat RTCW, it comes pretty damn close.

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Wolfenstein was definately a good game. The AI was very agressive and smart, which I found made the enemies seem almost real. The graphics a very pretty, which you'd expect from IDTech 4. I was solely disappointed by the new meothd of storing data for this game. Unlike other IDTech 4 games Wolfenstein is not mod friendly. It is anoying, but I forgive it for the game itself. The weapons were very nice. They had that feel to them that you want in a game. Also, the upgrading system was pretty good…

Jan 9 2011 by ZakkarZarZar