Reviewed by: Jamaal Ryan
The name "Wolfenstein" lingers with intangible meaning to many gamers, including myself. Its relevance is encapsulated in an era where shooters only allowed you to look left to right, while future installments revel in mediocrity – with Return to Castle Wolfensein being the stark exception – and are eclipsed by the 1992 classic. Because of this, by name, Wolfenstein means nothing to me. However Machine Games' interpretation of the brand with Wolfenstein: The New Order isn't only capable of associating fond memories to the franchise for me, it's also capable of being recognized as the best single player shooter experience on newer consoles thus far. Read more.