Wolfenstein (2009) – Part 1 – Mission Trainyard

After discovering a strange medallion aboard a nazi ship and reporting back to his superiors, BJ is sent to meet with members of the Kreisau Circle in order to understand it’s origins. Before making it there BJ arrives by train and immediately encounters nazis. The ensuing battle shows off some of the strange powers of this medallion.

Info from Wikipedia:

“Wolfenstein is a first-person shooter video game co-developed by Raven Software, id Software, and Endrant Studios and published by Activision. It is the sequel to Return to Castle Wolfenstein, and uses the id Tech 4 engine. The game was released in 2009: in North America”

“The story is set in the fictional town of Isenstadt during World War II, which the Nazis have taken complete control of in order to mine rare Nachtsonne crystals necessary to access the “Black Sun” dimension. Locations include the town’s sewers, a tavern, a hospital, a farm, an underground mining facility, a church, the SS headquarters, a dig site and caverns, a cannery, a radio station, a paranormal base, a general’s home, a castle, an airfield and a large zeppelin.”

During our Twitch Wolfenstein Marathon, prior to the release of Wolfenstein – The New Order, we played through the entirety of the Wolfenstein games that were available on PC. I recorded as much of the gameplay as was possible, which included a complete run of Wolfenstein (2009). I never got around to cutting the footage, so I am going to do so now, however, due to a lack of time, I can’t spend a lot of time on edits for this series. This may result in longer videos and a lot of wandering/exploring which I usually cut out if not enough action is happening.

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