Wolfenstein The New Order Review

Labor camps still exist, and the Nazis won the war.


Disclaimer: Due to their atrocities against humanity, Gamer.ninja does not advocate or support any video game which depicts or mentions the Nazi party/regime in any form, even as evil. This is a stance we have taken on since this article was written, and this game was released. We feel there are many other possibilities to surround a vide game with rather than using the Nazi image from the 1940s. Thank you for your understanding, and we would like to apologize to anyone our article may have offended.

Wolfenstein The New Order is a first-person based shooter game set in a world as if the Nazi’s had won World War Two. The idea behind the campaign of The New Order is that the Nazis rule everything, and it is up to only a few to stop them and change the direction in which the world turns. The Nazi regime has taken the remaining civilians around the globe who do not comply with The New Order and put them to work within the various labor camps to make munitions and other stuff the Nazi’s need. It is up to only a few to save them and restore order.


Wolfenstein The New Order. In comes the main character of the storyline, William J Blazkowicz. Blazkowicz is true to the heart Nazi killer who joins a small group of Nazi resistance fighters and sets out to eradicate the Nazi party. The game allows the player to advance via upgrades throughout the game reasonably evenly and quickly. The layout also allows players a nice open and roomy feel and sweep through the labor camps, underground bunkers, and compounds. As the game plays out, you will find yourself needing to regenerate your weapons and health. The guns run on battery power, and recharging is a must. This can become very tedious as it does take several seconds when you’re taking on the heat of the enemy. It will receive everything you can find to take down the large opponents within Wolfenstein The New Order, and we mean every last bit of ammo and health.

After a delay, Wolfenstein The New Order is moving forward and is nothing over the top, and although some may find the gameplay slightly cheesy, in my opinion, there are certain aspects of the game which make up for it. The sewers and tunnels areas/scenes are somewhat dull, but again, other parts make up for these bla, bla parts. Some parts are plan funny and even slightly on the dumb side, but the action and storyline in the end wave high over the blunder and lackluster plunder.


Even though Gamer.ninja does not advocate the use of Nazi’s within the game, Wolfenstein, The New Order as a video game is excellent. It is a stead first-person shooter based game, and those looking for another good game to add to their library will not be disappointed.

Have fun gaming,

Gamer.Ninja Staff