Spong writes: "It wouldn't be crazy to look twice at a game like Wolfenstein. The history of the franchise speaks for itself - 1992's Wolfenstein 3D will be forever known as the crazy, cartoony, Robot-Hitler-starring game that propelled the first person shooter into one of the most popular genres in the video games market.
After some successful sequels, Raven Software are now charged with bringing Nazi-beating secret agent B.J. Blazkowicz back to our monitors as he attempts to stop the Third Reich from using the powers of the strange occult force known as Black Sun. In doing so, our hero discovers 'veil powers' which allow him to slip between one world and the next. But don't worry; he still has his Tesla Cannon."