Played on Windows.
Also on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch
So with just reviewing Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, I wasn’t sure if I should cover Wolfenstein: Youngblood back to back, but after playing the newest Wolfenstein I actually changed my mind, It felt right to cover Youngblood for a few reasons, but ultimately, I think as a cautionary tale of being careful of what you wish for.
Played on Windows
Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is the 2017’s follow up to Wolfenstein: The New Order. It’s a fresh new look at the alternate history that the New Order started us on with a version of post World War II where the Nazis won. Players want to know about further adventures of BJ Blaskowiski and the many Nazi’s he was intending to kill.
This is a script for my youtube video, available below, if you are interested, please check out my E3 Day 1 Recap as well.
Hello, My name is Kinglink I’m back from my second day at E3 2019.
So just a quick note, There are three types of demos. There are Hands-on demos, where the player is physically playing the game, that’s all I saw yesterday and it’s the demos you probably have played before. Today I’ve also seen a few “hands off” demos, in these someone from the studio plays the game, talks about it, and doesn’t allow the players control. Finally, there are trailers, but what’s the point of those, you get the same experience at home, to be honest. Now theoretically, hands-off demos could be pre-recorded footage and players miming the inputs, but again we will use the benefit of the doubt for these companies, so let’s assume no one is doing that.