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That said, if you're a fan of first-person shooters and haven't got a copy of Return to Castle Wolfenstein, then run - do not walk - to the nearest retail store and snatch up a copy of the Game of the Year Edition for some of the best single and multiplayer gaming around.
When a title receives the much-trumpeted “Game of the Year” distinction and is repackaged with the catchphrase slathered all over the box gamers should expect some significantly new material to warrant the re-release. Aside from the smattering of additional multiplayer options, a couple of video clips, and some Penny Arcade strips, Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Game of the Year (RtCW: GOTY) doesn’t have any extras that warrant purchasing it if you grabbed it the first time around. That is, unless you want to snag the original 256-color Wolfenstein 3D that is included on the disc.