2 Accessibility and "old school" do not mix!Thedoctor324 | 30/09/2009 | See all Thedoctor324's reviews (16)Now im am no stranger to wolfenstien games, Return to Castle Wolfenstien was among one of my favourite shooters...back in the day. But by today's standards it is not looked favourably on I mean we have Halo and Kill zone 2 and Call Of Duty 4, Seems Raven soft (and not ID) catered to..oh big surprise the lowest common denominator again when they blended this particular cocktail, Their mixture was comprised of a spoon full of old school aesthetic ladened with modern video game stodge making this a bloated mess rather than a fine aged vintage for old school fans to truly enjoy. If anyone here was expecting anything new and original then you were fooling yourself from the get go. This game was supposed to appeal to the old school shooter, for the fans of wolfenstine but instead they went for accessibility. The game is weighed down by such incredibly tired cliché's such as bullet time, heightened attack strength (which makes this game a cake walk), health regeneration and other "features" that are designed to insult and infuriate gamers who are looking for that old school challenge, Things that out right pollute games of this generation. The enemies are interesting but again nothing that will turn any heads. Quite simply all the conventions that wolfenstine has managed to cram into its small boot space have all been implemented in better games and no amount of gore and Nazi's can cover up this horrible cash in. This is a console game, a terrible PC port and a lazy attempt to revive a franchise that didn't need to ever come back to this shell of an industry.