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Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Here's our Wolfenstein: Youngblood video review

Machine Games is back with another alternative history shooter, and we've been sinking our teeth into it.

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Machine Games has already brought us many Wolfenstein experiences, but their latest one - called Youngblood - changes things up a bit. We're not playing as BJ Blazkowicz this time, but instead as his daughters Jes and Soph, and you can even enjoy their adventure co-operatively with a friend if you want.

Those are big changes, but there are others like the approach to level design (courtesy of Dishonored studio Arkane, who helped out with this title), all of which we talked about in our review. We're not done yet though, as there's a brand new video review down below, if you'd prefer to watch some gameplay while listening to our thoughts.

When we talked to Machine Games' Jerk Gustafsson at E3 earlier this year he told us that designing a game with two sisters was pretty challenging, and if you're interested in seeing even more of the game, check out our livestream replay below as well.

Have you tried Youngblood yet?

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REVIEW. Written by Lisa Dahlgren

"The weapon handling is just as good as you'd expect, the story is great if a little sparse, and killing Nazis feels as great as ever."



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