The game doesn't go out of its way to break any new ground but instead takes a bunch of elements already established and puts them into well-made single package.
May 2014 is upon us and there's not a ton of video games to be overly excited about but a decent handful like Wolfenstein The New Order, Watch Dogs and Nintendo's Mario Kart 8.
Wolfenstein The New Order will appeal to both newcomers to the franchise and old war veterans. Ultimately the new game will probably be known for its guns and being able to hold two at once but we found the melee combat quite satisfying as well.
Wolfenstein The New Order is an upcoming video game from MachineGames and Bethesda. Wolfenstein is a long-running franchise and most would consider it the original first-person-shooter. Wolfenstein The New Order features William 'BJ' Blazkowicz based on the original 8-bit hero and also a female companion called Anya who is along for the ride. Wolfenstein The [...]
The last Wolfenstein game was a solid but forgotten effort by Raven Software (now working on Call of Duty) in 2009. Bethesda Softworks decided to reinvigorate the classic series and has announced its return under the name "Wolfenstein: The New Order". The game is being developed by ex-Starbreeze Studios members at MachineGames and is set [...]