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Wolfenstein The New Order Review - GamesReviews

From GamesReviews:
"Wolfenstein The New Order is a surprising showcase of powerful, alternate history storytelling. This latest entry in the revered shooter series, which is credited by many for creating the genre, still contains the “classic” gunplay intact, for better or worse, while having its exceptional presentation at the center of attention. Developer MachineGames, which is made up of past Starbreeze Studios members well known for their work on the excellent Riddick titles and 2007’s The Darkness, was able to concoct a thoughtful and well-written story, which is arguably a first for the series. The studio members are savvy when it comes to single-player focused shooters with strong narratives, just take a look at their portfolios, and this unrestrained knowledge and love for the genre is felt throughout The New Order’s roughly 12-hour run time. " (PC, PS3, PS4, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 8.5/10

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