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Reviewed: Wolfenstein
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: September 24th, 2009
Page: 2

Final Breakdown

Gameplay:

The gameplay isn't perfect but there's plenty of room for multiple personal styles to be equally effective, and plenty of ammo everywhere.

Graphics:

The Tech 4 engine does some nice things; a few effects could have been a bit more over/understated, but the game works well. My only gripe is that so much of the graphical splendor is wiped out by spending so much time in "The Veil."

Sound and Music:

Okay, so expect some cheesy fake German accents and a lot of bad voice acting. Also, a few things during cutscenes either refer to cut parts of the script, or entire cut scenes.

Difficulty:

Don't expect too much difficulty until the highest level; just enjoy the run-and-gun play.

Controls and Interface:

A few buttons need moving; most notably, collisions between "read intelligence" and other buttons tend to be annoying when grabbing items during a firefight.

Overall:

Pick it up, play through the single-player, and hold on to it if you enjoy the multiplayer or need to hunt down some of the "extras" you missed the first time through.

 


Added:  Thursday, September 24, 2009
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Score:
Page: 3/3

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