The credits have rolled on Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. Is it a good video game? Well, that depends. If you are 100% pro-Wolfenstein, then sure. If you only liked The New Order because of it’s brilliant storytelling, then probably not. If you wished The New Order was more about run-and-gun, duck-and-cover shooting, then definitely yes!
Have you played Wolfenstein: The Old Blood? If so, what are your thoughts?
Is Nintendo dying? Will Nintendo ever cease to be a video game company? Some of the business practices that Nintendo has historically leveraged to maintain market dominance (most questionable, the use of artificial scarcity) may not be feasible in the future. But will this infeasibility be enough to bring Nintendo down?
What are your thoughts?
So 2017, much like my own life, is half over. But it’s our own fault. We’re both irresponsibly anti-exercise and our diets consist largely of sugar. But don’t feel bad for us. Our existences thus far have been full of amazing video game experiences, and actually all that sugar-digesting and non-movement have probably contributed to a fuller enjoyment of said video games. You can’t beat Breath of the Wild if you’re jogging. Sure, the Switch is portable, but it’s not waterproof, and if I’m jogging, I’m sweating…a lot.
In celebration of our soda bottle half-full lives, me and 2017 have decided to take a bit of time to share the best video games we’re experienced in all of this first half of 2017.
It’s time for a post-game smoke, where I give a few thoughts on a game as soon as possible after playing it. The credits are currently rolling on Wolfenstein: The New Order. I have no idea why it took me so long to find play this amazing game. I probably assumed it was just another run and gun shooter, but I’m here to tell you that it is much, much more.