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Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Game Description:Like the original id game, players assume the role of William J. 'B.J.' Blazkowicz, the Allies? bad boy of WWII espionage. The fate of the free world hangs in the balance as B.J. battles against the sadistic machinations of a Nazi war machine bent on world domination. This sequel reflects the same over-the-top comic book style of the original Wolfenstein 3D. However, by using the powerful graphics technology of the QUAKE III Arena engine and a new scripting system, Return to Castle Wolfenstein pulls the player further into a chilling storyline filled with frightening tales of bio-engineering and the occult. Devotees of multiplayer action can jump online and frag it out within the unique Wolfenstein world.
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