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Wolfenstein: Youngblood

The latest twist on the franchise continues to deliver both nostalgia and terrifying soothsaying. But is this new approach too great a departure for veteran fans?

Despite being set in the 1980s, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, just like its predecessors, is full of disturbing Nazi technology where retro is fused with science-fiction in a world of killer robots and laser-firing behemoths.

But while previous Wolfenstein games have been forged on strong narrative foundations, Youngblood lacks its predecessors’ flair for storytelling. And although we are back with the Blazkowiczs, this spin-off tale lacks the polish you might expect from a story set within this universe.

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