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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

A Step Back

It’s impossible to write about Machine GamesWolfenstein: The Old Blood without mentioning their other, far better game Wolfenstein: The New Order.  The New Order is a brilliant shooter that took genre conventions, put them in an interesting alternate reality, and then grounded that reality with characters and relationships that the player invested in.  Wolfenstein: The Old Blood attempts to flesh out that world with middling success, and loses a hell-of-a-lot of heart in the process.

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Bethesda Announces Wolfenstein The Old Blood

Early this morning Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, a standalone prequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order. Developer Machine Games is at the helm again and it will once again Continue reading Bethesda Announces Wolfenstein The Old Blood

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

Crazy Nazi Robo-Dogs!?

Wolfenstein: a nostalgic title for gamers the world over, just not for me.  I seem to be one of the few people in existence that has never played a Wolfenstein game.  In fact, I had never even heard of Wolfenstein until this one was announced last year.  But I was excited when I found out that it is an alternate history first person shooter.  I know what you’re thinking: I don’t deserve the right to review a game with such a rich history since this will only be my first in the line; well I did anyways.  So did Wolfenstein: The New Order quench my thirst for a good alternate history game? Continue reading Wolfenstein: The New Order Review