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SuperCheats.com Unofficial Guide to Wolfenstein


 

Before Halo and before Call of Duty there was Wolfenstein. Wolfenstein 3D, first released in May of 1992, is widely recognized as one of the granddaddies of the FPS genre that is so popular today. Though the Wolfenstein series isn’t often regarded as the FPS juggernaut it once was among the Halos and Call of Dutys of today, that doesn’t make the release of a current-gen iteration any less exciting.

Having not seen a proper sequel since 2001, Raven Software, id Software and others have brought us a new game in the series, simply titled Wolfenstein. As with most of the previous games, players take on the role of agent William "B.J." Blazkowicz, an all-American, Nazi-killing machine. The Axis has acquired some dark technology, and B.J. must help the rebel factions in Isenstadt prevent the Nazis from unlocking the power of the mysterious occult force known as Black Sun.

Need help stomping Nazis? Look no further than our complete guide to Wolfenstein. In it you’ll find detailed walkthroughs for every mission and side mission with every valuable, enemy Intel, and Tome of Power pointed out along the way. You’ll also find treasure maps for the Midtown West, Midtown East, and Downtown areas of Isenstadt, as well as information on multiplayer and a complete listing of Xbox 360 achievements and PlayStation 3 trophies.

This guide was written based on the NORMAL difficulty level. If you are playing the game on a higher difficulty level, the strategies and directions contained within will still apply, but the enemies you face will have more health and will deal more damage. Furthermore, this guide was written based on the Xbox 360 version of the game, but effort has been made to include PlayStation 3 controls where applicable. If you’re playing the PC version and are using a keyboard and mouse, refer to the Controls section of the options menu or the instruction booklet that came with your packaged game for a listing of the controls.



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