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Wolfenstein: The New Order

by Bethesda
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)

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Platform: PlayStation3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation3
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  • Release Date: 20 May 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 768 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation3

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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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 'Old School' Shooter 2 July 2014
By Modge
Platform for Display:PlayStation3
I have to agree with the previous comments already left by other users, the best way to describe Wolfenstein is as an 'Old School' FPS. I found it refreshing that there is no multiplayer and the game is completley focused on the single player campaign which may FPS games these days tend to do the opposite way around.
The gameplay is superb and I think they have found the right mix between stealth and guns blazing all out combat. I do enjoy stealth games (Spilnter Cell, Last of Us etc.) but I find these days they go a bit too OTT with it i.e. one slip up and its all over, barely even worth trying to shoot your way out or salvage things. With Wolfenstein you can aim for total stealth and silent takedowns etc but at the same time if it goes wrong you are not so overpowered and out gunned that you can generaly fight your way out and carry on.
Others have mentioned the lack of weaponary, true you do only have one of each type of weapon (with the option of dual weild and secondary fire on some) again I find this another good idea taking things back to basics, games such as COD/BF offer 100s of weapons with customisable this and that but generally dont vary hugely from weapon to weapon in each class which I find just becomes more hassle than it is worth sometimes.
The story line like some others have stated is a bit far fetched (giant Nazi mechs, robot attack dogs, moon bases etc.), but it certainly keeps things interesting and didnt spoil my enjoyment of the game. The cutscenes are superb and ehelp to establish the characters and build the story well.
I dont really see any problem with the graphics on the PS3, obviously wont be able to match the standard of the PS4 or XBox One but to me they seem absolutley fine.
I have experienced some glitching.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars but the graphics are pretty damn good 1 July 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation3|Verified Purchase
Well It was well worth my money, not going to lie :)
I'm going to break this down into pros and cons :)

Graphics-Okay its not going to compete with Battlefield 4, but the graphics are pretty damn good, facial expressions are particularly realistic.
Atmosphere- They went to town with it on this one. In nearly all of the 1960s levels you really do get the sense of creeping (or shooting) you away around an oppressed Nazi dominated world, re-enforced by harsh-sound announcements over the PA in German, faceless soldiers and mechanical monstrosities.
Story line- Those who are familiar with the Wolfenstein franchise shall not be disappointed. BJ is back to kick in yet more Nazi heads and has to face a plethora of pretty high-tech Nazi "Wunderwaffe" on the journey (though nothing can quite compete with Adolf Hitler in a steam-powered battle-suit.....)
Gameplay-Cover, cover cover and oh yes, USE COVER!! This is not much of a Call of Duty alike, whilst some areas of the game may fit the run-round-like-a-goon-and-gun playstyle, one shall not be able to use this everywhere with out being shot to pieces! Fairly realistic, with an good levelling up system and the good old fashioned weapon wheel is back!

And the Cons
Weapons- Unfortunately, W:TNO simply isn't going to compete with other FPS such as CoD or Battlefield in term of weapons. The game offers basically one type of each weapon ( assault rifle, sniper, shotgun) meaning little room to manoeuvre in terms of firearm options.

Haven't completed it yet. BJ is currently crouched behind a wall with an obscene amount of lead flying at him! All in all, if you are looking for a good shooter that is i bit off the beaten CoD and Battlefield track, look no further!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny! 11 Aug 2014
By Alany
Platform for Display:PlayStation3
Great fun. I thought after completing on medium difficulty that the other levels would be impossible. However, if you achieve all the perks it makes the harder levels do-able. I am about to finish on 'I am death incarnate' before attempting Uber.

I can't remember enjoying an FPS game so much in ages. The story is good although after the first play through some of the cut-scenes are a bit annoying and you have to see quite a lot of them before 'skipping'.

I should mention that I also thoroughly enjoyed Rage which was not everyone's cup of tea. Shop around for a good price - I managed to get the special edition for 24.99 - worth every penny!

I hope that an expansion or at least some quality DLC is offered soon so that I can have some more action packed fun!

This game should win awards. The music is good too, I have the soundtrack from the other lot :-)

UPDATE: Have now completed the game 3 times on medium, hard & Uber. I am now at a loss as to what to do next :-(
Desperately hoping that the developers do a sequel or additional content.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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As an owner of all the Wolfenstein Games to date, from its origins on the Mac, through the Xbox to both of the latest versions that I now have on PS3, I have to say that so far I am certainly not disappointed with The New Order.

I've not got very far into the yet. I'm currently trying to liberate three Stealth Helicopters from the top of a tall building. At this point there seems to be less emphasis on the Occult/Horror aspects of the previous versions and more on gameplay alike to COD with rather some influence from the likes of Sniper Elite, Deus Ex: and such.

I find that there is just as much to gain from the stealth approach as there is from the frontal attack, hide and shoot approach. In fact, after several failed attempts to gain the helicopters, on my next attempt I intend to take out the human soldiers by stealth first - then the armoured soldiers (to be honest, I am finding the armoured guys a push over).

You don't get the visibility light cones when creeping around as you do with other stealth-based games so be prepared for surprises. So far I find stealth means either creeping up behind an opponent (making sure no other guard can see you of course) pressing L3 to take them out, or throwing knives from a short distance, is the stealth in this game. The latter takes practice but should be the same as using a gun. If you've played any of the 'Sniper Elite'* games that are available these days, or FarCry 3, or Tomb Raider, I don't anticpate that you will have any problems with ths game.

I did have a silenced pistol at one point in this game but I don't seem to have now, when I attack the Helicopter hangar. That weapon would be very useful at this point. I don't know how or when I lost it.
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