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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (2017)
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America, 1961. 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. However, the futuristic Nazi war machine, sadistic Obergruppenfuhrer Irene Engel and even BJ's own father stand in his way.
Casts
Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Bloom Brian Bloom - William 'B.J.' Blazkowicz (voice)
Alicja Bachleda Alicja Bachleda - Anya Oliwa (voice)
Gideon Emery Gideon Emery - Fergus Reid (voice)
A.J. Trauth A.J. Trauth - Probst Wyatt III (voice)
Nina Franoszek Nina Franoszek - Irene Engel (voice)
Mark Ivanir Mark Ivanir - Set Roth (voice)
Alex Solowitz Alex Solowitz - Max Hass (voice)
Peter Macon Peter Macon - Bombate (voice)
Debra Wilson Debra Wilson - Grace Walker (voice)
Don McManus Don McManus - Norman 'Super Spesh' Caldwell (voice)
Alyssa Preston Alyssa Preston - Sigrun Engel (voice)
Christopher Heyerdahl Christopher Heyerdahl - Horton Boone (voice)
Debi Derryberry Debi Derryberry - Young William Blazkowicz (voice)
Glenn Morshower Glenn Morshower - Rip Blazkowicz (voice)
Michelle Forbes Michelle Forbes - Zofia Blazkowicz (voice)

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (2017)

Despite the high age rating, Wolfenstein II will be one of the first mature titles to be released for Nintendo Switch in 2018.

In the helm of the resistance submarine, there is a map of the United states. Lake Michigan has been removed.

The game was heavily censored in Germany because of the Nazi flags and Hitler's appearance.

This game was anounced at e3 2017.

If you read the blackboard, the best score at the shooting gallery is held by Shoshana. This is the name of Seth's hybrid monkey with a cat head.

During the movie auditon, when Adolf Hitler is resting on the ground, you can kick him in the head. You will be immediately shot by the guards but this also unlocks a trophy/achievement.

In the final cutscene, Blazkowicz, upon killing Frau Engel, says: "If that's your best, your best won't do." Later in the same scene, Private Wyatt addresses the American public and urges them to tell their oppressors "We don't want nothin', not a thing from you." These two phrases echo the lyrics of the song "We're Not Gonna Take It," which plays during the credits.

There is a short scene after the credits in which B.J. recovers his mother's ring from Engel's hand and proposes to Anya.

Bradeya
Bradeya
This game is a joke. It is just so bad on so many levels. I am the type of person who can usually enjoy playing most any video game, no matter what genre or generation the game is from. This, however is one of the very rare games I have played, that I literally got no enjoyment from whatsoever. Avoid at all costs.
Mavegelv
Mavegelv
Ever since I watched the trailers for this game before it was released, I knew that there was going to be something seriously wrong with it.

Anyone one who played the first game (Wolfenstein: The New Order), will understand what I'm saying. This game has turned the setting and atmosphere of the brilliant first game upside down. It's turned to a comedy show with lots and lots of unfunny, unnecessary characters.

The first game had a great serious tone, with an intriguing villain that made you so damn hooked up to get to at the end. This one? I don't know what it wants, or what the plan is - or what kind of mood it wants to convey.

It's apparent that this game had different writers than those who wrote the first one and its prequel follow-up (The Old Blood). I believe that the producers hired stupid teenagers for this one because the story, characters, and mood are all over the place.

Bottom line - Play or replay "The New Order" and "The Old Blood" again, and skip this bad sequel. They screwed up the Wolfenstein series again, and I do not believe that this game will sell enough to warrant a new one in the future.

Score: 6/10.
Agamaginn
Agamaginn
The wolfenstein series is one of my favorites and I was not disappointed with the new colossus. The acting is amazing. The gameplay is amazing. And the story is amazing.
Thordira
Thordira
An all around enjoyable game would highly recommend! Story is good as well as the gameplay and even after the story is over the game gives more to play with side missions and an arcade machine where you can play the original game.
Jode
Jode
Wolfenstein 2 is the only game like it on the market. It tackles the sickest, ugliest aspects of tyranny while laughing at how stupid tyrants actually are and the pointless, rippling horrors just a few men's insanity metastasizes like a cancer on humanity. The characters and themes may not be for you if you're looking for a more standard CoD soldier plot, but if you love over-the-top characters, alternate history, fresh representation of social movements, and vicious gunplay, then this game is for you. And if you just love killing nazis and watching genocidal tyrants miss pissing in buckets and cry out for their mothers, this game is also for you.

The gameplay builds upon and polishes that found in The New Order. It's pretty Doom-like in its fast pace, satisfyingly huge guns, and heaps of ammo, yet still contains stealth and cover mechanics that work well. You're almost always given the option on how to approach an encounter, and on the higher difficulties, skillful cover and memorization of level design are rewarded. The gunplay feels slick and AAA, with variety between combat sections, a few vehicle-ish moments, and a steady trickle of new guns and perks to unlock based on your playstyle.

But the plot is where Wolfenstein shines. There are a few places where the pacing feels fast or off (flashback sequences especially), but everything else is dripping with style. Some may not enjoy how quickly it shifts from serious to comedic, but the way in which it does so, with movie-level camerawork, acting, and music, was like candy to me. The situations characters find themselves in push the bar of insanity, with invariably brutal payoffs.

The heart of Wolfenstein is still BJ & Anya's story, though, with Anya now a kickass pregnant resistance leader whose lover is still dealing with the events at the end of The New Order. You ache to see BJ survive not only because he's just an endearing character, but a soon-to-be-dad and great partner who has overcome a tragic upbringing. He won't have his kids growing up in a Nazi world, so every stab, headshot, and mindless kill feels personal and righteous.

An example of how the plot gets variety right is BJ's birthday party. After several levels of desperate fighting, tensions get relieved via a drunken submaritime bash that leaves Fergus with a missing arm and everyone with hilarious regrets.

The characters, although a bit heavy handed at times, offer more variety and fresh takes than I've seen in any game short of, say, GTA5. All nationalities, mental capacities, and body types are celebrated, but not in a preachy sjw way. You're the last bastion of beautiful humanity that the nazis want to crush, so it makes sense that so many types of people would wind up in one place. Watching them form a family is gratifying.

The score is fantastic as well, and seamlessly switches from grindy electric battle music (again similar to Doom) to period-appropriate rock and roll with a grungy futuristic twist. Throughout the levels are tons of collectibles, including funny records that imagine what bands like The Beatles would have made under an oppressive fascist regime.

So if you're a fan of great single player stories and polished FPS gameplay, Wolfenstein 2 might be just what you're looking for.
Phallozs Dwarfs
Phallozs Dwarfs
This game seems to have jumped on the left wing bandwagon rather than sticking to the roots of the franchise.

the gameplay is solid but the whole trying to be relevant to the current political climate sucks the fun and enjoyment out of what should have been a german nazi murderfest into some sjw warrior politicised nonsense. to enjoy the game ignore the plot

although it tried to tackle racism the main black character is the most racist in it
Saithi
Saithi
This game takes everything that worked well in the first one, redesigned everything that didn't work that well in the first one, added a way more emotional and character-driven story (as well as A LOT of crazy happenings that will make your jaw drop or you tears run from laughter) and mixed it all into one helluva great game. Slaughtering Nazis have never ever felt this good before!

Thanks to a very good map design and a lot of interesting collectibles (as well as many "readable" newspapers, diaries, letters etc which gives you insight not only into the life of the nazi soldiers but also into the life's of the normal Americans and recently arrived Germans) It took me just about 20 hours from start to end on medium difficulty. The map design and all the collectibles as well as the opportunity to sneak around all enemies to try and take out the officers first (only the officers can raise the alarm and call for reinforcements) makes you actually wanting to find out what happened in the very different cities you're visiting.

All in all, this game was a blast! Great gun play with the possibility to upgrade almost every weapon, great level design, very graphically improved from the last game along with new shades and lightning, great character-driven story and a lot of crazy moments that will make you remember this game for a long time makes for an extremely well crafted old school fps in a world filled with multiplayer games and loot boxes. Kudos Machine Games!
caif
caif
I really enjoy playing this game because after the recent release of wolfenstein in 2014 and 15, i was really impressed by this new one.