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Released late last week was one of our most anticipated games of the year, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. A wild cinematic single-player experience that offers up so many memorable moments and set pieces that it would do the game a disservice to talk about them in any detail. Which we shy away from in our mostly spoiler-free review.



There’s an infectious rebellious spirit that can be felt throughout Wolfenstein II. One that somehow transcends the simple pleasure of shooting at bad guys in a first-person shooter. It’s also an experience that doesn’t feel at all like it has been filtered through any form of corporate control. Although published by Bethesda, Wolfenstein II is very much the wonderfully insane singular vision of developer Machine Games. Whose talent lies with being able to go from a sombre and heartfelt farewell to a friend one minute to the sheer insanity of riding a giant mech-dog that can breathe flame the next.


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