Japanese retailer Shimamura has stopped selling Nazi-style swastika pendants. For the time being, apparently.
I expected to hate the new Wolfenstein. I wanted to, even. The whole idea of rebooting the Nazi-killing epic for the umpteenth time disturbed me.
Giant Bomb's Patrick Klepek wrote a great piece about the Luftrausers Nazi kerfuffle, in which people pondered if the arcade-y shooter is about playing as a super cool, er, Nazi. Developer Vlambeer politely disagreed and explained its intentions, but also acknowledged the complaint as valid. That's basically amazing.
The best shooter dogs are Nazi cyborg dogs. Roll over, Call of Duty; this Gamescom screen for Wolfenstein: The New Order shows how shooter dogs should be done. It also shows a swastika armband, which maybe isn't the best idea for a screenshot celebrating a German trade show. But man, look at that dog. Catch more…
Who would have thought that a cafe packed with Nazi memorabilia would make people incredibly angry? Henry Mulyana, that's who.
One would imagine it would take more than 130 years for humanity to embrace the ideals of an organization calling itself the (insert number here) Reich, but the destruction of the planet Earth does funny things to a civilization. In Miner Wars 2081 the Nazi party rises to power once more, thanks mainly to its decision…
Vampire Hitler attacks Rayne, the sexy young half-vampire heroine, in a crazy-pants dream sequence from Bloodrayne: The Third Reich. Yes, Uwe Boll's World War II epic is out on DVD, and it's chock full of crazy.
You know what World War II games need more of? Dinosaurs. Specifically, Nazi dinosaurs, the kind one can send into multiplayer battles, huge cannons strapped to their cold-blooded endothermic backs! We'll do so with Dino D-Day, the long in the making multiplayer mod for Valve's Source engine.
You've fought Nazis, and you've fought Dinosaurs, but have you fought Nazi dinosaurs? You can now, with Dino D-Day, a new Half-Life 2 mod from Digital Ranch Interactive.
Nazi imagery is a big nein-nein in Germany, and the localized version of Wolfenstein was supposed to have removed all of it. A small swastika slipped through, and Activision is said to be recalling the game from shelves there.
Every first-person shooter needs an enemy that can disappear and reappear at will, and the Assassin here fits the bill quite nicely. He has sort of a Karl Ruprecht Kroenen from Hellboy vibe going on, which is good, as Kroenen is definitely the sort of Nazi you don't want to run into in a dark alley. Of course I'm not…
Former German politician Martin Budich is in hot water for invoking violence...against Nazis...with Bomberman.
A bunch of half-nekkid Korean dudes got their sieg heil on in chilly downtown Seoul to promote Karma II, an MMOFPS (we're doing that abbreviation now? OK). Cue shocked and outraged onlookers? Eh, not really.