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Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)

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After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, legendary American commando, B.J. Blazkowicz, awakens from coma in a dystopian Nazi dominated world of 1960s. He tries to locate the remnants of the resistance.


Jens Matthies


Jens Matthies (story and dialogue written by), Tommy Tordsson (additional story scenes and dialogue written by) (as Tommy Tordsson Björk) | 6 more credits »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Bloom ... William 'B.J.' Blazkowicz (voice)
Alicja Bachleda ... Anya Oliwa (voice)
Gideon Emery ... Fergus Reid (voice)
A.J. Trauth ... Probst Wyatt III (voice)
Dwight Schultz ... Wilhelm 'Deathshead' Strasse (voice)
Nina Franoszek ... Irene Engel (voice)
Bonita Friedericy ... Caroline Becker (voice)
Ken Lally ... Klaus Kreutz (voice)
Alex Solowitz ... Max Hass (voice)
Mark Ivanir ... Set Roth (voice)
Thomas Mikusz ... Bubi / Hans Winkle (voice)
Carla Tassara ... Tekla (voice)
Leith M. Burke ... J (voice)
Erik LaRay Harvey ... Bombate (voice) (as Eric LaRay Harvey)
Ian Paul Cassidy ... Bobby Bram (voice)


After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, legendary American commando, B.J. Blazkowicz, awakens from coma in a dystopian Nazi dominated world of 1960s. He tries to locate the remnants of the resistance.

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20 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Did You Know?


The only characters to show up in all three of the Wolfenstein series (from Return to Castle Wolfenstein) are Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse and B.J Blazkowicz himself. See more »


Fergus Reid is depicted as a pilot for the Royal Air Force (RAF), but he conspicuously wears patches from the British Parachute Regiment, including the rank of sergeant, which is actually a part of the Royal Military, not the RAF. See more »


Fergus Reid: [From Trailer] General Deathshead is nearer to us now than he's been in years. We eliminate the general, we cut the head off the kraut war machine.
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Crazy Credits

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Alternate Versions

German version was modified to remove all Nazi references (e.g. all Swastikas were removed, the Third Reich became The Regime). See more »


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Music by David Gennaro
Lyrics by Ravi Krishnaswami at COPILOT Music and Sound
Performed by COPILOT
Produced and mixed by David Gennaro and Ravi Krishnaswami at COPILOT
Recorded at COPILOT (NYC) and ACG (Hamburg)
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Better than the other ones
28 December 2015 | by boris_kolarovSee all my reviews

Wolfenstein: The New Order shows that we can trust that Bethesda and Machine Games can handle the franchise. The review is coming from a person, who played Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Wolfenstein. Now, let's list the pluses in W:TNO.

1)Nice graphics.

2)Good voice acting.

3)Better story.

4)Awesome gameplay, that mixes regenerating health and the need of health packs.

5)Plenty of guns.

6)Great level design.

7)Section where you can choose to use stealth or to go guns and blazing.

8)Various animations when you kill an enemy with knife. They don't get old.

9)Various enemies.

10)Great concept.

11)Collectables are fum to find.

12)Bits of the soundtrack.

13)Interesting characters.

14)Levels are fun to replay.

15)Game is replayable with 4 different mods.

16)The setting.

17)Newspaper articles in the game, like this is a real world.

18)Nice voice acting.

19)Finally Nazis speak German.

20)Dialogue, not only in English, but in German and (not 100% sure) Polish.

21)Great villains.

I may have missed some pluses, but now I'm going to talk about the minuses.

1)The two different timelines, that you choose which to follow, don't affect the story much.

2)When replaying the levels, I wish you could skip the non-action parts. I wanted to skip them.

3)Loading times when you die are kinda too long.

Wolfenstein: The New Order is a fun first-person shooter. From BAD 1 to EXCELLENT 6 I give it EXCELLENT 5.50 - it's better than a VERY GOOD game, but not a truly EXCELLENT game. I hope that the new Doom will be better, or at least as good as this game.

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