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Wolfenstein 3D (SNES)

Teen
ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
76
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2.8
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Written by  :  blueberrymustard (3)
Written on  :  May 29, 2012
Platform  :  SNES
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Summary

Not so super

The Good

The good thing is that it is, and works like, Wolfenstein 3D, man!

The Bad

I can accept the graphic being sub-par for the Super Nintendo, but the censorship is just moronic!

German shepherds are now giant mutant rats, because you know shooting dogs are just cruel! It's just another sign that so-called animal protectors only care for dogs and cats and other pets!

It's even worse that all references to Nazism and WW2 has been removed! There is no swastikas to be seen, and the awesome Hitler robot doesn't or any of the portraits are without that trademark mustache!

Blood is toned down too.

In the name of political correctness they removed all references to one of the darkest chapters in the 20th century! Something is plain wrong here!

The Bottom Line

Isn't Wolfenstein 3D available on every system ever made? Perhaps you can even play it on your cellphone today?

That should make this version pretty un-nessecary overall, besides as a odd curio for collectors.