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Wolfenstein: The New Order Review | TBGames

TBGames write:

A game with Wolfenstein’s lineage shouldn’t be exploring the harsh realities of war, especially with such a diverse cast – strong women lie at the heart, while people of colour are provided a spotlight – yet MachineGames has managed to craft something with surprising poignancy, even if it sometimes veers towards sensationalism. Because of that, Wolfenstein: The New Order elevates itself above the sum of its parts. This is still a thrilling shooter with a refreshing fondness for its old school roots, but it’s the characters, storytelling and the horrifying themes it explores – ambitions that far exceed anyone’s expectations – that makes it such a memorable experience. (PC, PS3, PS4, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 9/10

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