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Wolfenstein: The New Order by Bethesda Softworks




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Intense Violence
  • Strong Language
  • Strong Sexual Content
  • Use of Drugs
Wolfenstein: The New Order is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 15.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Developer: MachineGames
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

Wolfenstein: The New Order reignites the series that created the first-person shooter genre. The year is 1960 and the Nazi's have won World War II. War hero B.J. Blazkowicz must launch an impossible counter-offensive against the monstrous Nazi regime that has conquered the globe.

Intense, cinematic and rendered in stunning detail with id® Software's id Tech® 5 engine, Wolfenstein sends players across Europe on a mission to bring down the Nazi war machine. Infiltrate their most heavily guarded facilities, battle high-tech Nazi legions, and take control of super-weapons that have conquered the earth - and beyond. Wolfenstein is under development at MachineGames, a studio comprised of a seasoned group of developers recognized for their work creating award-winning games.


Europe, 1960. The Nazis turned the tide of the war using a new kind of mysterious, advanced technology. Using unrelenting force and intimidation, they have brought even the most powerful of nations to their knees. The Nazi regime now rules the globe with an iron fist. Play as the one man who dares go up against the world's most formidable military. You are B.J. Blazkowicz, the American war hero. You are the only man capable of rewriting history.


  • The Assault - Experience intense first-person combat as you go up against oversized Nazi robots, hulking Super Soldiers and elite shock troops - all rendered in stunning detail with the id Tech 5 engine.
  • The Action - 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 Arsenal - Collect ultra-advanced Nazi-tech! Break into secret research facilities and heavily guarded weapon stashes to upgrade your tools of destruction.
  • The Adventure - Hi-octane action and thrilling adventure weaved together into a tightly paced, super immersive game narrative.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUPERB Wolfenstein: The New Order is easily one of the best modern day games. In most levels, you can choose to either be stealthy or go crazy shooting everything in sight. Although the enemies are incompetent when playing stealthily (you can shot enemies with the silenced handgun right in front of another enemy and they won't even notice), it's still fun to be stealthy. In addition to a silenced handgun, you can sneak behind enemies and slit their throats, as well as throw knives at them from a distance. When running in guns-a-blazing, the enemies can be really tough at some parts while being easy to kill in others, no matter what difficulty. Like previous Wolfenstein games, New Order emphasizes and exaggerates technology of the Third Reich. For example: you will kill plenty of cyborg dogs, robots, power armor, and use sci-fi weapons (example: a weapon that melts through fences and fires battery operated projectiles as a secondary fire). The storyline is incredible: it begins out during WW2 in around 1946, then after being hospitalized, Blazkowicz finds out it's 1960 and the Axis powers won the war. I won't spoil anything, but early in the game you have to make a really hard choice, and it's very brutal. The ending is also very sad. There are collectibles found in each mission, including Enigma Codes, which, after unlocking enough, allows you to solve a puzzle to unlock other game modes (example: 999 Mode which gives you infinite ammo and 999 overcharged health but puts the game on the hardest difficulty). The story is also pretty lengthy, but can probably be beaten within 6 hours if you rush through it.
Date published: 2015-05-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from What a waste of money Personally, I don't understand why people even like this game, at all. I give all games a fair chance, I really do, but Wolfenstein: The New Order is the near complete embodiment of this generation's ideas of a good game, and displays the reasoning why we are starting to turn towards the 2nd Great Gaming Crash. For one, the texture pop-in is absolutely horrid, I have never seen such a poor performing graphics engine in all my years of gaming, and this makes the Wii look better. The environments are muddy and poorly-detailed, the shapes of the props are irregularly shaped polygons, and not a bit of text is even readable on the posters you come across. I've even looked at a desk in-game and found the papers and letters just drawn on the table graphic, basically presentation wise, it looks ugly, very very ugly. The gameplay is just........bland, it's nothing new, nothing interesting, it's the same FPS layout and mechanics that we've seen in every COD, Battlefield, and any other FPS game on the market, just the absolute same. Story wise, it's not gripping at all, I literally became so bored with the script I just quit the game by the 3rd chapter and never touched it since; nothing interested me to play it. So overall, it's a boring game with no originality, it feels like every FPS game that has been released, it has no replay value (not even enough value for me to finish half the game), and manages to be even uglier than your standard game, I've seen Playstation 2 games look better than this. It's games like these that are causing the 2nd fall of gaming, and people who support half-worked disgraces like this are at fault.
Date published: 2014-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Enjoyable Overall I really enjoy this game. I loved the gameplay, which is a ton of fun. The graphics aren't bad at all either. They're not on par with the PS4, Xbox One, or PC versions of course but they are still impressive to me. The only thing I didn't really like about it is the sound. There has been times when the sounds drops so low that I could barely hear anything. Other than that problem I have had a blast playing it and would recommend this to anyone.
Date published: 2014-07-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Visually Ok, but barely worth it. If you are thinking of buying this game because you remember it's predecessor and are expecting something similar, you will be sorely disappointed because this game is nothing like it, in any way. This game is more like call of duty than anything, and the actual gameplay in between cutscenes is honestly off-putting with it's lack of real length. The storyline is next to pointless and the levels are rather short. Furthermore, there is absolutely NO EXPLORATION factor. Nothing about this game screams "keep playing" let alone "play me again", it's honestly so forgettable, that I saw no reason to continue past chapter 8 because I was so utterly bored while playing it. You literally feel like you're being forced to try to enjoy something that has no appeal at all. I wouldn't even recommend this game to casual gamers, that's how boring it is. If you're honestly still curious about it at this point, my advice is to wait until it's like $20, because it's seriously not worth even $30.
Date published: 2014-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved this game! This is one of the best games I have ever played, The story is so well written and the over all quality of game play has me ranking it up with "The Last of Us." (if you haven't played it, you need to.) I'm a big fan of shooters, have been since running wolfenstien on msdos, and I can't think of any that I've played in a long time that have left me wanting to tell everyone about it. I have two gripes, one is rather comical: there are some areas that the graphics glitch out a bit (does not take away from gameplay.) which reminds me of how some games on the older systems would do that. Secondly, i wish that the developers would have given some enhanced audio settings. The dialog vs sound effects is way off balance in my opinion. GREAT GAME!
Date published: 2014-06-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst game ever I got this game really hoping it would be fun. I was dead wrong. Horrible gameplay,average graphics, terrible controls.What a waste of money and time.Very disappointing.Pick any similar game for ps3 or even ps2 even the original ps and you will be happier.My greatedt memory of this game was taking it out of the system never to be put back in.
Date published: 2014-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome weapons and challenging campaign Don’t let the negative reviews turn you away. If you enjoyed Doom BFG or RAGE, be sure to pick this title up. The arsenal of weapons is awesome and the combat is challenging. The graphics on the PS3 version are not bad at all and from what I read; do not differ from the PS4 version much. If you’re looking for a fun 1st person shooter, be sure to pick this up.
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Game This game is a lot of fun so far. I think some of the views are a little too critical. The graphics are what I expected it to be for a PS3 game. If your really complaining about the graphics go buy a PS4 since most of the games that are going to be coming out are probably going to share the same fate because they are on multiple systems and the marketers would rather you go buy the next gen system anyways. The sound quality is ok sometimes you can make out what they are saying and other times you cant so just play with the subtitles. If your complaining that their is no guide for the game then maybe you should try something else. The game is pretty straight forward and your map gives the locations of the collectables as long as you constantly check it. However, if your that desperate to use a guide for the game Google it and I am sure IGN probably has something you can use. The games story is interesting since there are two different storylines to choose from. This to me was sufficient to buy the game just for the replay factor and see what changes are going to occur. Weapons are a little different. Its not like you need the collectables like gold in the last one to upgrade your weapons and if you do I haven't got to the point where its needed to do so. I have found that the upgrades for weapons are in the actual chapters themselves and you have to locate them. Each collectable has it own purpose I believe but the enigma messages when solved unlock different modes for the game. Lastly the perk system is interesting. the more you use a particular skill the more you are able to learn and broaden your artillery/health/defense. For any of you that play RPG's, Bethesda kind of took their system from Skyrim and applied it into the game as far as perks go. So far an overall great game. I am thinking its about 20 hours per play through on the hardest level so worth a try and a buy.
Date published: 2014-05-26
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