It’s a game about killing Nazis, and reveling in that violence. It’s part righteous fury, part joy in the face of madness, and part dope-ass first-person shooter. To put it simply, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a lot.
The best part about Wolfenstein II however, is a combination of the story and the cast. This game is truly BJ’s story. He’s coming up to 50, having spent most of his life fighting, and he wants nothing more than to stop – except he’s such a stand up guy that he can’t. He’s incredibly likeable, and incredibly easy to root for. It’s constantly touching. with a range of funny, quirky and believable characters just trying their best in a harsh world. Most of your bad guys seem to be a little bit over the top, and while well written, come across as caricatures. Then again, they are literal Nazis.
This game offers ample replayability, and I have a deep appreciation for alternate history/reality worlds. The Wolfenstein series' overall look and aesthetic resonate with me, and I'm particularly fond of how this installment fully embraces its hokey, sci-fi B-movie inspiration.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a quintessential single player shooter, and contains one of the best campaigns in recent memory. Rammed full of memorable moments and brilliant characters, it takes you on a horrifying yet fascinating ride through a Nazi dominated world that – as a result of real world events – feels a touch less like fantasy this time around. While the story is undoubtedly the star of the show, the viscera drenched combat, satisfying weapons, and rewarding perk system more than hold up their side of the bargain. The single player game is dead, long live the single player game.
Although there is not much improvements in the gameplay department, The New Colossus is still a solid, stunning shooter with breath-taking combats and never ending violence that will definitely satisfy every single shooter fan out there.
Wolfenstein II The New Colossus is a good FPS game and a good followup that will make you laugh and kill a lot of nazis... exactly what we expected, but it still has some flaws, like its mediocre level-design and maps.
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Positives: bad ass story, great acting and music, dual wielded weapons still feel amazing.
Negatives: bad level design, bare bones stealth mechanics which game constantly pushes you to use, AI is lazy and unfair.
To survive any decent difficulty you have to be constantly on the move but absence of auto pickup makes you stop in the middle of the fight and pixel hunt for pickup icon to get any ammo, armor or health.
Aiming is quite rubbish basically and build around shooting upclose. Most of the levels have terrible flow, each time every NPC will gang up on you at the beginning in the first two rooms and then you running around empty rooms looking for a way out.
SummaryWolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, Wolfenstein: The New Order developed by the award-winning studio MachineGames. An exhilarating adventure brought to life by the industry-leading id Tech 6, Wolfenstein II sends players to Nazi-controlled America on a mission to recruit the bold...