Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)

Community images

Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)

It's been nearly a decade since Wolfenstein 3-D began the first-person shooter genre and at long last everyone's favourite Nazi basher, B J Blazkowicz...

> Show product information

90% positive

17 reviews from the community

Review of "Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)"

published 16/03/2009 | KenMo
Member since : 26/03/2007
Reviews : 22
Members who trust : 1
About me :
Excellent
Pro good storyline plot,long levels,plently of fun
Cons none really,the graphics are fine,not great,was released in 2001.
helpful

"Return to Castle Wolfenstein for pc game"

This game is a great one is a first person shooter released in 2001(meaning u look through the eyes of main character)is the combo of WW2 and supernatural bundle together meaning involving german waffen ss soldiers and zombies,creatures and black magic.

You play as a U.S army Ranger in the secret service named William B.J.Blazkowicz (yep i kno sounds polish) where u are sent in to the German three reich to investigate the strange rumours of nazi experiments of creating super soldiers and mutant creatures and black magic of bringing the dead back.In this game you are a one man team by equiping with your weapons of ;
knives,colt 1911,lugers,thompson machine gun,sten and MP40,mauser rifle,paratrooper rifle of the FG42,grenades"potatoe masher",flamethrowers and the tesla and vemon gun,not real guns (tesla fires electricity and vemon is like a minigun).As your an lone fighter you can find or start of a level with slience weapons such as the sten sub machine gun with sliencer and luger with sliencer.other weapons include scoped mauser rifle for sniping targets far away and the M1S Snooper is an american slience sniper rifle with infrared scope(dunno if this is real gun)

the enemies include SS Parnormal division,waffen ss,elite Fallschirmjäger (paratroopers), zombies,creatures,mutants and super soldiers created by the scentists,

There are 7 missions in total which consists of many levels in each mission.Its long the levels so plently of fun shooting.

Community evaluation

This review was read 743 times and was rated at
89% :
> How to understand evaluation of this review
helpful

Comments on this review

  • retireduser published 19/05/2009
    Nice review. ^_^
  • Did you find this review interesting? Do you have any questions? Sign into your Ciao account to leave the author a comment. Log in

Most popular similar products

Product Information : Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)

Manufacturer's product description

It's been nearly a decade since Wolfenstein 3-D began the first-person shooter genre and at long last everyone's favourite Nazi basher, B J Blazkowicz, is back in Return to Castle Wolfenstein. Set during World War II, Return to Castle Wolfenstein finds the Nazis dabbling in the black arts in an effort to raise a demonic prince from the dead and create an army of uber soldats. Naturally, Blazkowicz is the only thing that can stop this supernatural onslaught, so he's set behind enemy lines in an effort to stop Himmler and his evil lieutenant Deaths Head. On the surface, the single-player game seems like pure gold--after all, everyone loves blowing away Nazis. The graphics look great and the catacomb levels are non-stop action as the armies of the undead are intent on sucking your brains out and serving them up on a nice bit of Melba toast. But it's not the longest game in the world and in the end does fall a little short of the standards set by titles such as Half-Life and Max Payne. In fact, the best thing about Return to Castle Wolfenstein is its team-based multiplayer mode. Each multiplayer adventure features Axis vs. Allies and both sides offer four character classes: engineer (removes obstacles), medic (heals and revives team-mates), lieutenant (calls in air strikes and replenishes ammo) and soldier (only class able to use sniper rifles, flamethrowers and other unusual weapons). The game includes only eight multiplayer maps, but they are all perfectly designed, and in order to be successful teams have to work together. The result is a great gaming experience that fans of Counter-Strike or the Day of Defeat mode for Half-Life will really appreciate. Graphically, Return to Castle Wolfenstein looks amazing. It uses the powerful Quake III engine to great effect and the character models, explosions and lighting effects are all perfectly done. --Jason Trebegger You are B.J. Blaskowitz, a bad-ass Army Ranger recruited into the Office of Secret Actions (OSA) tasked with escaping and then returning to Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to thwart Heinrich Himmler's occult and genetic experiments. Himmler believes himself to be a reincarnation of a 10th century dark prince, Henry the Fowler, also known as Heinrich. Through genetic engineering and the harnessing of occult powers, Himmler hopes to raise an unstoppable army to level the Allies once and for all. You must first escape from imprisonment in the castle to report the strange creatures and happenings in and around Wolfenstein to the OSA. Your mission takes a drastic turn as you learn the depth of Himmler's plans and what you must do to defeat the evil he has unleashed. This is what you have been trained for. Your surroundings will be dangerous and hostile. We are currently tracking activities believed to be associated with Himmler in locations throughout Germany including; villages overrun by the occult, hidden crypts, forests, air bases, secret weapons facilities, and genetic labs, to name only the few we are aware of. There are more, and you must find them. Failure is not an option. If Himmler succeeds, the war is over for the Allies... and the war is over for everyone.

Product Details

Age: 15+

Publisher: Activision

Genre: Shooter

Sub Genre: First Person Shooter

Release Date: 30th November 2001

EAN: 5030917014840; 5030917016004

Operating System: Windows 98 / NT / Me / XP / 95, No Operating System

Ciao

Listed on Ciao since: 17/12/2001