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Back in early 1998, the revolutionary W-3D was the first FPS I ever got my hands on. Then in 2001-02 I got my hands on the legendary Return to Castle Wolfenstein, and boy oh boy, what an engrossing game it turned out to be.Storyline. game play, graphics, cinematics, sound, music- this FPS scored in all departments. Being a hardcore WW2 buff and having this game is like a water to a fish.
Keeping that in mind I bought Wolfenstein I think in 2010. Graphics have kept up with time without compromising the essence of the original Though I won't say its top of the line.But this game is for the sake of the game itself. The storyline is good but not as good as its previous avatar. Somehow that terrifying intensity, the gut wrenching fear factor, game/sound/element of surprise/scary cinematics that made RTCW unique are sort of missing in the new Wolfenstein. The story line also somehow doesn't have the same cryptic frightening climaxes that were there in RTCW. If you've played RTCW, you'll know what I'm talking about. Gothic background music, the heart of the Reich, the arduous missions, the palpable fear and terrifying impact-- All that makes all the difference between RTCW and its latest avatar. The new game has it but not quite the same as the older version. THis is where wolfenstein looses a few brownie points.
The game play is good and interesting otherwise. A subtle touch of Role playing elements that has you paying for better weapons/tools and enhancement from the right hustlers- just like diablo or call of pripyat. ! this sure adds a lot of interest to the game. Action- no dearth of it and its red hot. Weapons- you can have all of them in one go anymore. Mix n match. You also have supernatural artifacts that can transport you to different dimensions or slow down time. The effects are just wow!
A mixture of parallel dimensions, occult, demons, special Nazi troops and top secret wonder weapons (Wunderwaffe) to boot- all make it a heady concoction indeed. Infact I bought this game back then. Played twice and exchanged it at landmark for MOH in early 2011. Why? Cuz I felt wolfenstein 2009 just didn't have that classic touch of RTCW. I mean you will have your CODs, Halos and Crysis. But Quake 2 will still remain Quake 2. Can't beat 'em old goldies.
Still, I just now, again ordered Wolfenstein on flipkart after 3 yrs (2013). At RS 299/ its a steal ( I bought it back then for 1k). It deserves a place in my collection. I also hear there is a new wolfenstein game coming in a few months called W- The new order". Wunderbar!
I have always been a fan of WOLF3D.
I have played all the wolfenstein titles many times over and I had this game a couple of years ago but I sumhow lost my copy so I decided to buy another one.
The game is simply brilliant, the story line, gameplay, graphics, special effects are simply outstanding.
If you love a good hardcore action game then this is a good buy.
Honestly it may be too late to write a review, but I'm going ahead with it anyway. I played this game a good year and a half back, and it's only because I played it again recently that I'm writing this.
As you all may know, this is the latest instalment in the Wolf series, which began with the now iconic Wolf 3d, and moved to Escape from Castle Wolfenstein. Now the supernatural element has steadily increased over the years, but I was honestly disappointed with the skeletons that came running out of Gothic chambers in Return...
This has been fixed. There are plenty of supernatural stuff (you get a set of powers as well, but I won't tell you what they are, lest I spoil it for those who haven't played yet) and some otherworldly creatures, but they aren't the regular undead type. In fact, Wolfenstein gets quite creative with them, and the shimmering effects created are awesome.
About the story- this story is, like all Wolf stories, set in the dying days of the Nazi regime. Considering the number of games made in this scenario, you'd think Nazi Germany collapsed over a period of say 20 years. History aside, this time you get to play in daylight (phew!) and with some good scenery (Return had just Gothic buildings) thrown in. There's nothing very heart-wrenching/warming about the story, but its just about enough to oil the gaming experience.
If you're a fan of the FPS Nazi shooter games, go for this one. This is totally fictional mind you, so you won't get the "living the days" experience of say Brothers in Arms or Call of Duty. But it's still a good game. Go for it.
And my brother asked me..."you know what time it is?" i was like hell no, y? cause it was 3 at night and i was still entering and exiting the veil, this game is new kinda shooter that forces some role playing elements on you like upgrading, buying stuff etc... but still its id tech so i wouldn't complain bout the graphics but the visuals do look a little outdated, A LITTLE. go for it if you need an intelligent shooter with some satisfying shooting very good game according to me.
if you want to waste your hard earned money. buy this game. otherwise just stay away from this game as all servers are closed you wont be able to play multiplayer. i purchased this game just to play multiplayer and i was saddened and shocked when i there were no servers to update the game. big 0 game. if you like to play single player then its fine. but still just to play single player game 400 bucks.?