Following the less consistent Heavy Rain, it was a joy to finish our playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order on Kotaku’s Twitch channel. While Wolfenstein might look on the surface like a mindless Nazi killing simulator, it’s actually a deeply human game.
Look out, Nazi scum! We’re continuing our playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order live now on Twitch.
We’re continuing our playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order live now on Twitch. Maybe the Reich will run out of Nazis for us to shoot?
We’re continuing our playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order live now on Twitch. Come for the chat, stay for the Nazi punching.
We’re doing one thing and one thing only tonight: killing Nazis. Come and join us for a livestream of Wolfenstein: The New Order right now on Twitch.
It’s the summer of 2017. The flood of spring games has abated, and fall is still a ways away. The days are long, the nights are warm, and it’s a good time to replay Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Games tend to have trouble depicting black hair, but this year’s E3 displayed refreshing palette of kinky, coily, textured hair. Here’s a breakdown.
Bethesda won the award for latest E3 press conference of 2017, bringing us a late-night event from BethesdaLand, their own self-styled amusement park. Among other things they debuted sequels to Wolfenstein and The Evil Within, along with a new Dishonored game.
Last year at E3, Betheda teased a new Wolfenstein game. This year they’re announcing it, showing off Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for the first time.
It is time for sequels to Wolfenstein and The Evil Within. And maybe some other things. Come on down for a very late night with the folks at Bethesda.
Yesterday, Square-Enix announced that it was parting ways with Hitman developers IO Interactive. So why don’t we take some time to appreciate one of the best crafted stealth series around?
Punching Nazis is something of a time honored tradition in the United States. So is making memes. It seems natural then that the Internet wouldn’t waste any time in making a video of white supremacist and neo-Nazi Richard Spencer getting punched in the face go viral.
When you think about it, it’s amazing this didn’t pop up earlier.
The next Wolfenstein game, presumably subtitled New Colossus, as it was teased by publisher Bethesda in June, is a step closer to being officially announced. In an interview with Two Left Sticks, the voice actor who had the lead role in 2014's acclaimed Wolfenstein: The New Order, said of that teased title, “Perhaps…
Quake celebrated its 20th anniversary this week, and the developers behind Wolfenstein: The New Order released a new expansion pack. What?!
It wasn’t actually mentioned on stage, but the intro to Bethesda’s E3 show contained a little hint at a new Wolfenstein game/thing called New Colossus.
Wolfenstein: The New Order showed you could take an old style of game and make it feel new. Its new expansion, The Old Blood, simply feels old.
With decades of gaming’s most iconic offerings at their fingertips, MachineGames has no end of material with which to craft secrets scattered throughout Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. Here’s what we’ve seen so far.
Nazi on the ground, shirtless B.J. Blazkowicz’s boot on his chest—where have we seen this before? How about wherever fine PC games were sold back in 1992?
The surprisingly excellent Wolfenstein: The New Order is getting a standalone prequel this May. Set before the fall of the Allies, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood will see B.J. Blaskowicz infiltrating Castle Wolfenstein, as he does. The $20 game is due out May 5 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Saw faster, B.J.