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Wolfenstein: The New Order (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP
222 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / 7 / XP
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PC
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  • Release Date: 20 May 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,115 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

Armed with a mysterious advanced technology, the Nazi's unrelenting force and intimidation brought even the most powerful nations to their knees. Awakened from a 14-year coma to a world changed forever, war hero B.J. Blazkowicz emerges into this unimaginable alternate version of the 1960s. One in which the monstrous Nazi regime has won World War II, and now rule the globe with an iron fist.

You are B.J. Blazkowicz, the American war hero, and the only man capable of rewriting history.


The Action and Adventure: Wolfenstein's breath-taking set pieces feature intense mountain-top car chases, underwater exploration, player-controlled Nazi war machines, and much more – all combined to create an exhilarating action-adventure experience.

The Story and Characters: Hi-octane action and thrilling adventure weaved together into a tightly paced, super immersive game narrative featuring memorable characters.

The History and Setting: Set against a backdrop of an alternate 1960s, discover an unfamiliar world ruled by a familiar enemy—one that has changed and twisted history as you know it.

The Arsenal and Assault: Break into secret research facilities and heavily guarded weapon stashes to upgrade your tools of destruction. Experience intense first-person combat as you go up against oversized Nazi robots, hulking Super Soldiers and elite shock troops.

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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By G. Duncan on 10 July 2014
Platform for Display: PC
TNO starts off predictably enough; an airborne shootout in an alternate world war II, then a raid on a Nazi stronghold. All very Wolfenstein-esque. Then I got to the main story divergence, which was a quite stark, life-or-death choice. Given the linearity of the game, I thought this choice would be ignored (like every other half-arsed AAA title out there), but instead, it was emphasised by the characters that were affected by it. It comes as a bit of a jolt when they do this, pointing out your 'casual indifference' to the choice you made - of course it was casual indifference at the time - I thought this was just another mindless Nazi-killing game.

Wrong. The game then turns up the heat by confronting you with a mission to rescue someone from a Nazi concentration camp. 'OK.' I thought. 'No problem', I thought. Wrong again - the developers aren't shy of attempting to portray at least some of the monstrousness of Hitler's fascism. That one level is more memorably shocking than any single player 18-rated game I can remember, simply in the way it is introduced, scripted and executed. The game is worth playing for this alone, never mind the multi-class perk system and the upgradeable weaponry, as well as the multiple routes you can find, or create, by simply blasting your way through walls or secret passages.

Overall, I'm glad I went PC for single-player multi-plats. My 270x Toxic spits it out at max on 1900x1200 and it really does look head and shoulders above anything on console at the moment. This game is great fun and I'm not even half-way through it. With the ability earn extra game-modes and alternate play-throughs, this is definitely a worthy purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ChisChas on 2 Jan. 2015
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
Perhaps I'm unfairly biased in favour of Wolfie 1 but whilst The New Order is better than the 2nd game, it still isn't imho nearly as good as Return to Castle Wolfenstein which I still enjoy playing even if the graphics are very basic.
I find the 1st game more stylish, the gameplay more fun and original. The New Order is just a bit dull, the mech action I played in the Fear games, I smashed flying drones with my crowbar in Half Life & there was a giant mech dog also in Half Life! It just shows how good Half Life was and how later games tend to rely on gimmicks rather than original gameplay.
It's not a bad game especially at the £13 I paid but not worth £20+, not to me anyway.
I've finished the game now and my views haven't changed. Appreciate that it is based in 1960 so the weapons have to be up to date but I miss the Schmeisser MP40, the Mauser rifle, the Thompson submachine gun and the German MP43/SturmGewehr-44 assault rifle from Wolfie 1 (incidentally few people realise how advanced this assault rifle was, I think it was the only assault rifle used in combat in WW2). In comparison, I found the weapons in Wolfie 3 a bit boring, I wish the game designers had used copies of real army weapons from the 1960 era.
I found the dual assault rifle & dual shotgun modes plain silly, sorry I suppose I was meant to find them fun but didn't. I find using 'real' weapons makes the game easier to connect to and therefore more enjoyable.
And please bring back the elite German female soldiers from Return to Castle Wolfenstein! They were great fun and challenging too. We have 1 female German baddie in this game, why not give her an attractive group of bodyguards?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Les telford on 22 Jun. 2014
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
I have played these games right from the start when the first one was on a floppy and that one was a freebie with a computer mag.
Boy but look at it now, Great graphics and great storyline i would recomend this for a great shootem up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ethelred on 28 Nov. 2014
Platform for Display: PC
I've just finished this game and have to say that it's been the best fun I've had playing a FPS in a long while. Loved it from start to finish.

The characters are great, the script is actually quite funny and the weapons are a total hoot. One of the things I really loved is that there are no button mashing console style moves required. Just a plain old fashioned shooter. Excellent stuff.

My rig is quite old but I ran this maxed out at 60fps no problem at all on a 2560x1440 monitor. I have an i52500k @ 4.6ghz , 8GB RAM @1600mhz and a GTX 670 (2Gb) oclocked to 1275Mhz core and 3200 memory. Yes, Ultra mode was non selectable because I only have a 2GB card but the game looked totally stunning maxed out on High anyway.

I must admit the 2 Boss fights are quite annoying but if you get bored of being killed you can always enter a GodMode command into the console (press Ctrl+Alt+tilde then type " cvarAdd g_permaGodMode 1" Then after you're done use -1 to remove it afterwards)

I bought this game last week and had to download the final 10GB of the install through Steam. The 4 DVD's only hold 32GB and the total game is 42GB.

Great fun this game though. Hope there's a sequel.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Maarouf on 23 Jun. 2014
Platform for Display: PC
Now this is how you make a first person shooter - good characters - great story driving great action sequences and amazing settings.

It is sad how few of these games get made these days - with companies opting for inferior games like CoD - which have become self-sustaining creatures of mediocrity.
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