If you look past the very-average graphics: you will find a game with a surprisingly amount of depth, content, and quality. Don't be put off with the gun-play of the very-early game... all the weapons have various upgrades including recoil-reduction and rifling to increase accuracy. If you give this game a chance you'll be rewarded with quite a neat game.... which is why I'm a little surprised about the (at least currently) high average review score of around 9... I would have thought there would be a bunch of people that didn't give the game enough of a chance to see past it's initial warts.
What sets Wolfenstein apart from your run-of-the-mill First Person Shooter is/are the following:
1) Lots of collectables, usually related to unlocking weapon or "Veil" (kind of a magic-type system) upgrades. Each weapon has a handful of upgrades and they are pretty hefty.... not of the "Add 3% damage" variety.
2) Similar to another of id's games, "Rage", the main and side missions are scattered throughout a few hub areas.... for instance: if you are headed to a mission based in a hospital, you must first fight your way through the streets of the current hub city... and as the game progresses the enemies you encounter between missions get both more numerous and more dangerous.
3) There are quite a few side missions, usually having a good amount of content.
4) You get cool magic-type abilities and some of the coolest weapons I've encountered in a FPS (then again, id usually comes through in the weapons department)
If you are the type of person who is willing to give a game a fair shake AND not have somewhat average graphics deter you: there is quite a lot to like in Wolfenstein. Pretty long game, too, especially if you try to find a lot of the hidden goodies and cash to buy upgrades.... some really awesome weapons, too.
yes: I recommend this product