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- GameWolfenstein 3d
- PlatformSuper Nintendo Entertainment System
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1994
- Game SeriesWolfenstein Series
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- big_gambitAug 17, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- tylakOct 21, 2009by
For old school Wolf3D fans only.
Wolfenstein 3D is an awesome game. It was the first 3D computer game I had ever played and I spent countless hours patrolling its hallways and killing Nazis. That being said, the SNES version of this game is not as good as the original PC version. The only reason I like it is because it's reminiscent of the original yet contains enough new content to warrant a new play-through. The Good: Modified/new levels to complete. Boss characters are more frequent, you fight Hanns on level 3. Some new weapons (flamethrower, rocket launcher). The addition of an overhead map, very useful! Cool art on the cartridge. It's on Super Nintendo. The Bad: NOA had to remove all Nazi symbols and change the dogs to giant rats, which sort of waters down the experience (also remove German speech from enemies). Cannot change between weapons of the same time (no going back to pistol once you have a rifle or minigun). Simplified graphics and slow performance. I would only recommend this game to long time Wolf fans seeking a retro experience, or collectors. I'm happy to own this game myself :)Read full review
- xxbluesboixxNov 02, 2008by
Wolfenstein 3-D on Super Nintendo
Before the ESRB, Nintendo would "filter" out anything gruesome in games to make them more suitable for kids. By doing so, they change a lot about the game. Wolfenstein 3-D is such an example. It wouldn't be a bad game if it wasn't called Wolfenstein 3-D. Nintendo has changed so much about the game, it butchers ID software's work. When you play it you'll probably notice more differences than similarities if you have played the original Wolfenstein 3-D. They have removed anything indicating Nazis or anything suggesting Nazis. Surprisingly enough, they even changed the AI language from German to English. In conclusion, it's just "okay" Don't expect Wolfenstein 3-D because you won't find it. It skips about 1/2 of the levels and even goes as far as changing the story (instead of escaping from Castle Wolfenstein, you are invading it) and plot. It can be challenging even on novice difficulty setting but you may enjoy it as long as you don't consider it Wolfenstein 3-D.Read full review
- bootynuggetJan 02, 2011by
Best. Game. Ever.
Wolfenstein 3-D is (in my opinion) the best game ever. It has been released on many platforms, PC version being the best. However, the SNES version of Wolf3D is incredible. The levels are less numerous and slightly different than the PC version, but overall I'd give this game on the SNES a 9/10!
- ytrapiobApr 20, 2011by
Without Wolfenstein...FPS games wouldn't be the same!
This game's style of play and concept helped set the foundations for games like Battlefield, the Call of Duty series, Halo series, etc. Although it may seem very basic compared to today's FPS games...at the time this game came out it was ground breaking!!
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