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I bought the complete edition for just $19 on the black Friday sale. Currently playing it on my ps4 Pro in 1080p and it runs beautifully. So the technical side is sound. 

 

I'm about 60/70% through it I'd guess. It's just blown my mind some of the things that have happened and it's very rare a game gives me that feeling. The gameplay side of things are brilliant and the graphics are decent. But the real winner here is the story.

 

I played the new order and it's expansion the old blood back on the ps4 original a few years back so I'm attached to the characters. They do such an awesome job with the whole thing.

 

I can't go into details because I'll spoil it but I'd recommend everyone who likes shooters with a good story behind it to buy this. Currently on sale for €25 on ps4 and the complete edition is €35. You won't regret it. 



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Yeah, I got it on Switch and really enjoyed it. It is a shame the game failed to light the world on fire, because it really is a solid game through and through. Without spoiling anything though, I felt like it totally pulled a Halo 2 at the end. Looking forward to the next game and hope it does better sales wise across all platforms.



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Its a good game, story was well above average.

It got a bit tedious but many games suffer from that.



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I'm not interested in the story in most games (Red Dead 2 is the first game where I really enjoyed the story). I thought Wolfenstein was ok but I'm much more of a Doom fan.



Agreed. One of the best shooters going around. Dlc is just more of the same though. Worth it for that price though.



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I liked the old wolfenstein way more. Up to the 2009 one. After new order it was just stupid and overexaggerated



Gameplay and graphic wise is a great game. Story was not that good. Some characters seemed to have literally no reason to be that important. Like... that black afro lady. It suddenly becomes the leader of the rebellion despite having been on screen for 5 minutes and literally NOBODY at the ship knows nothing about her. After Caroline death, Fergus/Wyatt should have been in charge.



graphics wise, the one from 2014 looks quite dated. The latest one is semi decent (I've got shots from my end that show this), but both were good games from a gameplay pov. Story wise, I'd say both are a bit of a letdown, mostly due to either predictable writing, or lacking depth, both for characters and it's universe.



                                       

Chazore said:
graphics wise, the one from 2014 looks quite dated. The latest one is semi decent (I've got shots from my end that show this), but both were good games from a gameplay pov. Story wise, I'd say both are a bit of a letdown, mostly due to either predictable writing, or lacking depth, both for characters and it's universe.

The first one had a pretty amazing intro though. A D-Day scenario where you have to go through the beach and then climb onto the fortress walls. And then your friends get trapped and die! The whole hospital part was cool too.   The hospital part was cool! 

Unfortunately, I sold my PS4 copy and when I bought it on PC it had a lot of performance issues ... the rain level was so glitchy for some reason that I could just not play it. Despite having a GTX 970 it went down to 25-30 frames on that level. 

So I've never finished the game and didn't get the 2nd.  



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
Chazore said:
graphics wise, the one from 2014 looks quite dated. The latest one is semi decent (I've got shots from my end that show this), but both were good games from a gameplay pov. Story wise, I'd say both are a bit of a letdown, mostly due to either predictable writing, or lacking depth, both for characters and it's universe.

The first one had a pretty amazing intro though. A D-Day scenario where you have to go through the beach and then climb onto the fortress walls. And then your friends get trapped and die! The whole hospital part was cool too.   The hospital part was cool! 

Unfortunately, I sold my PS4 copy and when I bought it on PC it had a lot of performance issues ... the rain level was so glitchy for some reason that I could just not play it. Despite having a GTX 970 it went down to 25-30 frames on that level. 

So I've never finished the game and didn't get the 2nd.  

It was, but at the same time, it falls into that kind of Alternate "what if" trope, as well as the general imagining of how D-Day has/would go.

The previous Wolfenstein definitely suffered performance issues, especially on PC. I remember having to open the console command, to edit some lines, in order to get the game running semi stable. The game was hardly any good at supporting past 60fps, and even at the 60fps lock there were constant stutters all around. TNO runs better, still has some hitching though, and some really ugly ass textures/shadow work here and there. Again, they seem so largely interested in their megatextures, like we once saw with RAGE and then DOOM. I still firmly believe that we're not ready for them yet, because they clearly aren't being utilized properly, and end up looking ugly as sin in some areas.