The Battle Royale genre gets its first definitive success.
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A joyous, deep and rewarding tactical shooter.
Frustrating, buggy and overly dependent on trial-and-error, this is a missed opportunity.
Restrictive design decisions sap the energy from a series that revels in it, and technical issues deal the killing blow.
Too brief and inconsequential to live up to expectations. One for Dragon Age lore obsessives and ardent completionists.
A few well-designed systems struggle to overcome lifeless presentation. Capable, but ultimately hard to recommend.
AI flaws and a limp campaign let down an otherwise-accomplished RTS revival.
MachineGames are still masters of first-person violence, but this return to Castle Wolfenstein doesn't give them anything new to work with.
Gorgeous grand strategy with atmosphere, depth and replayability—but it needs more time to reach its potential.
Once more with feeling: this is a fine if familiar base game with great creative tools.