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Wolfenstein 3D

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Description

Wolfenstein 3D SNES Super Nintendo Game Cartridge Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work!

Achtung! You are OSA super-agent B.J. Blazkowicz. Your goal is to escape from Castle Wolfenstein and defeat the twisted Nazi regime in Wolfenstein 3D. Fight all of the memorable enemies from Hans Grosse to Mecha-Hitler in the legendary game that launched the first-person shooter genre. Search classic levels for hidden secrets revealing stolen Nazi treasure, health packs, ammo and weapons, or even short cuts.

Product Details

UPC:

782142100014

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Shooter

Platform:

Super Nintendo

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

SNES_WOLFSTEIN

Customer Reviews

3 Stars
Not the best version of Wolfenstein but it's not bad either
This isn't the best version of Wolfenstein 3D but it doesn't suck either. The graphics aren't very good but when you consider that it's an SNES game, you realize that it is a decent game. The German soldiers that you shoot yell "Halt!" and "Stop!" unlike the PC, Jaguar and 3DO versions. In those versions, the soldiers speak in German which makes them more authentic than the SNES version. Two things that I dislike about the SNES Wolfenstein is that the attack dogs have been replaced by mutant rats and the people sweat instead of bleed when they get shot. One thing that I really like about this version is that it can be played all the way through without any interuptions. On the PC version, the game ends at the end of each episode and you have to go to the trouble of starting a new episode. The original PC version of Doom had this problem as well. The 3DO and the Jaguar versions are superior to the SNES version. If you have either of those game systems, you'll probably want to buy Wolfenstein for it instead.
Reviewed by: from Tennessee on
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2 Stars
Oh man.
There was a reason why ID studios, the people behind Doom and Wolfenstein, though this game wasw terrible. Because it kinda is. Very poor controls, graphics, and sound, unless you are a die hard collector, this is probably a skip.
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