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  • Blog Post: A New Order Following Old Rules

    Twenty-two years after its smashing debut, and the godfather of first-person shooters is still piling up Nazi corpses. Over this impressive span, the Wolfenstein franchise has experienced highs - namely Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Enemy Territory - and a few lows, like the hollow 2009 re-imagining... More
  • Blog Post: Shootin’, Stabbin’, And Killing Nazis

    Wolfenstein: The New Order is out next week, but if you can’t wait that long, Bethesda and Machine Games have dropped some new gameplay footage. This trailer is set against a German version of The Animals’ House of the Rising Sun, and it is bloody. In addition to copious amounts of foul language... More
  • Blog Post: New Trailer Plays It Quiet Then Gets Noisy

    Wolfenstein: The New Order offers a variety of play styles (along with a related perk system we detailed in a recent preview ). This new look at an early level shows how BJ can quietly infiltrate a Nazi base. It also shows how he can light the place up with gunfire and explosives. The trailer is set... More
  • Blog Post: Hands-On With Wolfenstein: The New Order

    At PAX East 2014 I had a chance to get some hands-on time with Wolfenstein: The New Order on PS4. It was my first time piloting Captain B.J. Blazkowicz in his latest battle with the Nazis. In around an hour of gameplay, Nazis were downed, robotic dogs were made to fetch grenades, and planes crashed into... More
  • Blog Post: BJ’s Got A Gun

    Wolfenstein: The New Order’s alternate history is both troubling and fascinating. A new trailer showcases just how desperate life has become in a world dominated by Nazis. The new trailer, Nowhere to Run, is underscored by the song of the same name originally performed by Martha Reeves & The... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Delves Into An Alternate Musical History

    The 1960s as presented in Wolfenstein: The New Order is an era dominated by the Nazi empire. The entire world has been overrun by Berlin’s forces, having wide-reaching implications for society. Besides military domination, Germany dictates global culture, including popular music. Neumond Recordings... More
  • Blog Post: Two New Wolfenstein Videos Show Gameplay And Introduce The Narrative Designer

    Bethesda has released two new videos for the upcoming Wolfenstein: The New Order. One showcases a member of the development team, and the other shows an extended gameplay sequence. The first below video introduces narrative designer Tommy Tordsson Björk, and his role on Wolfenstein: The New Order... More
  • Blog Post: May Release Date And Doom Beta Access

    Yes. You read that correctly. Bethesda has announced that Wolfenstein: The New Order has a release date and that those who pre-order will also get something unexpected: access to the Doom beta. Before you ask, we have no information on when the beta for the next Doom title will launch, but you can stay... More
  • Blog Post: A Toasty Encounter With Deathshead And B.J.'s Scrambled Brain

    B.J. Blazkowicz has woken up in and escaped from more Nazi prisons than anyone has a right to. Blazkowicz was detained once again during a hands-on preview from Gamescom 2013 in Cologne Germany. The gameplay shown off highlights a botched assault on a Nazi castle during WWII, then explains what happens... More
  • Blog Post: Going Off The Rails With Wolfenstein: The New Order

    The next Wolfenstein game takes place in an alternate history 1960, where the Nazis won WWII. Last time we checked in with the Nazi-killing machine, B.J Blazkowicz, he stormed a German R&D facility. Developer Machine Games showed off a later gameplay section during an E3 presentation set about three... More
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