Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
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Content Rating: Mature
Your assassination of Nazi General Deathshead was a short-lived victory. Despite the setback, the Nazis maintain their stranglehold on the world. You are BJ Blazkowicz, aka “Terror-Billy,” member of the Resistance, scourge of the Nazi empire, and humanity’s last hope for liberty. Only you have the guts, guns, and gumption to return stateside, kill every Nazi in sight, and spark the second American Revolution.
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Downloadable Contents (DLCs)
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins
Mar 13, 2018
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - The Diaries of Agent Silent Death
Jan 30, 2018
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe
Dec 14, 2017
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Gamer Reviews4233 Reviews
Great way to go back and forth with the timeline of this game
A shooter of highs and lows. Over all its a satisfying and savage experience, but there's plenty of lulls in the pacing and core gameplay that left me wanting. In some respects there is more story here than in the first game, but I'm not sure it helps. The game is overstuffed for its own good, and while recommended for fans of the genre, it's not essential.
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Critic Reviews42 Reviews
The New Colossus never lets you forget who and why you're fighting. Nazi brutality is on full display, from the blown-out, irradiated remains of Manhattan to each of the resistance members, who all carry mental scars if not physical ones. You're never given a chance between cutscenes, missions, and even downtime on the U-boat to lose sight of the Reich's cruelty. Wolfenstein's tense gameplay elevates this further by giving you the power to truly resist--and come out of each battle ready for another fight.
On its own merits the campaign is unbeatable, packed to the gills with unforgettable story moments and fantastic combat sequences. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a bold game that rages and soars, deftly balancing pulp sci-fi with deadly seriousness, and one that should not be missed by anyone interested in the power of storytelling in video games.
What I got was more of what I liked in The New Order, but on a much larger scale, with ambitions that cared little for AAA conventions and comforts. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a project that wears its heart on its sleeve, and that sleeve is on a bright yellow motorcycle jacket with a red devil on the back that is being worn by a Texan Terminator who finds great joy in hacking away at Nazi soldiers with a hatchet.