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Wolfenstein: The New Order Review | GameGrin

GameGrin's Gary Durston writes: "As a franchise with a history five and a half times longer than the war in which it takes place, Wolfenstein: The New Order brings with it an air of much-needed change, not only with regards to the story of the war itself, but also to the overflooded first-person shooter market. Always one to bastardise the factual history of World War Two, Wolfenstein moves away from minigun-toting Führers and supernatural artefacts from previous incarnations, and now plays about with chaos theory as we are introduced to a frightening world in which Hitler's Nazi army have won the war and are now controlling the world through fear and the sheer might of the Nazi war machine."

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romancer772d ago

Wolfenstein: The New Order may aim lower than Watch Dogs -- but it hits more of its targets.

Some of the characters (such as Obersturmbannfuhrer Engel) are simultaneously hilarious, grotesque and evil. Not easily forgotten.

Wolfenstein: The Order gave me better entertainment value than most other video games in recent months.