Wolfenstein: The New Order trailer shows off one really twisted Nazi

Wolfenstein: The New Order (Hi-res, do not use as featured image)

By on March 21, 2014 at 8:19 am

Wolfenstein: The New Order, then. Tim found it was a fairly enjoyable if straightforward retake on the FPS formula in his video preview, something I’d wholeheartedly agree with having played through the same chunk of gameplay. It’s a little amusing that we both told the game’s choices to shove it and tried to ignore the game as much as possible whenever those asinine NPC choices occurred, but I digress.

There’s a new New Order video out there in the wilderness of YouTube today. It shows the final section of scripted gameplay that was on display during the preview session, where BJ Blazkowicz is forced to sit down and endure an annoying game of pick the tarot card to amuse villain Frau Engel. You can see how that plays out below.

You really have to wonder what inspired MachineGames to take Wolfenstein in this direction in the first place. Either way, I’m just happy if I get to shoot some Nazis; I’m a sucker for an old-school run and gun. Wolfenstein: The New Order launches on May 22.

Source: Thanks, Rock Paper Shotgun!

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Cool situation. Shame about the quality.

 

Other fun games include, Aryan twister and Pin the tail on the Heinkel.

 
Lord_PorkSword

So have they resolved the Tech5 engine issues that plagued Rage?

 
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