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Submitted by DigitalGaudium 67d ago | review

Wolfenstein: The New Order - Digital Gaudium

Not every game needs to be a masterpiece, and The New Order seems more concerned with the player having a good time than any awards it might pick up. (PC, PS3, PS4, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 7/10

nucky64  +   66d ago
the game is indeed VERY fun. i'm sick of the modern shooter that tries to be ultra realistic -
i'm only on chapter 3 so far, but i'd say it feels like an 8 so far.
GamingAngelGabriel  +   66d ago
It gets better, especially near the end. Let's just say there are some...interesting settings for later levels.
nucky64  +   66d ago
awesome!....and thanks for not giving spoilers.
Skate-AK  +   66d ago
Want to play this. Waiting until I can get a PS4 though.

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