Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus - Nintendo Switch Edition
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus on the Nintendo Switch is the worst version of a great shooter.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus plays great on the Nintendo Switch, though if you have a chance to play the game docked, it is definitely the way to go. But either way, New Colossus is an amazing game, with a rich universe, gonzo cinematic storytelling, and great-feeling combat. Not having played the first title is no reason not to jump into Wolfenstein II, and the Switch is a completely viable way to experience the touching lunacy of this series. Highly recommended.
Although this game is worthy of a good score, I cannot recommend this version to anyone who owns a PC or other console, as having it playable on the go is not worth the premium it costs to do so. However, if the Switch is the only console you own and you have been waiting for the port to arrive, then go ahead and grab it. It's one helluva great game and, quite honestly, a miracle of coding.
The technical shortcomings do have me hesitant to recommend this over the other versions if you have the means to play them, but if the Switch is the only console you have, you'll still get your money's worth, without a doubt.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is possibly the best shooter campaign available on the Nintendo Switch, with some impressive graphics. The image can be occasionally blurry, and the game definitely runs better elsewhere, but this is a great example of technical wizardry on the behalf of Panic Button, not to mention a brilliant shooter for all Nintendo Switch owners to enjoy.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for Switch is another amazing port from Bethesda that manages to look pretty and works well on the Nintendo's portable console. As in the case with Doom, this is a great opportunity to play one of the best shooters anywhere, without being tied to the TV. If you prefer to play at home on a large 4K-display, it's better to buy a version for PC, PS4 PRO or Xbox One X.
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At least one aspect of the gameplay inadvertently confirms the feeling that Blazkowicz is just a shell of a person.
Panic Studio's port of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus may be a game of compromises, but the amitious effort still manages to capture not only the complete content of the original game but also its very essence.
There are better-looking versions of this wonderful shooter, but Wolfenstein II on the Switch is a technical marvel in its own right.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus lands on the Nintendo Switch and while it does not look its best, the newfound handheld function adds a whole new layer to the experience. Thanks to its good and enjoyable campaign mode and amazing game environment, this is one very recommended piece of work for any FPS fans out there with a Switch.
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