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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus - The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe

Bethesda Softworks, Machine Games
Dec 13, 2017 - Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S
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Critic Reviews for Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus - The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe

This first episode of The Freedom Chronicles does not bring much innovation to Wolfenstein II except for more hours to play. Although, for a game where killing Nazis is definitely the most fun, having fun for more hours is not exactly a big problem.

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The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe is a delicious, but not so much memorable desert after the main course. It's worth your time if you want more of the same after Wolfenstein 2.

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The Freedom Chronicles Episode 1 – The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe Review

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Wolfenstein 2's first DLC is fun, but doesn't quite recapture the insane magic of the main campaign.

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The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe is not the start we were hoping for from The Freedom Chronicles. As a standalone, it’s not worth the money, though as a package deal in the Season Pass it might be better justified. Wolfenstein 2 is among the highest quality shooters this generation, it deserves better post-launch support than this.

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The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe isn’t bad, it’s just disappointing.

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