For those who appreciate a bit of gaming heritage, following on from 80s games Castle Wolfenstein and Beyond Castle Wolfenstein, Wolfenstein 3D was the title that not only brought first-person shooters to the fore but also catapulted John Carmack and John Romero's id software into the public consciousness.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein served up a decent sequel in 2001, and Bethesda's involvement takes excitement up a notch; expect Nazi soldiers, gore and mysticism. And a probable ban in Germany.
If cyber-Nazis don't thrill you, how about some more bite-sized blips...
- Share a spliff with Snoop Dogg in his new Snoopify sticker app
- EA can now say, 'Star Wars, I am your game developer'
- Simulate this: The Sims 4 is coming in 2014
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