This is an FPS shooter worth every cent. Striking graphics, smooth gameplay, intense storyline and well tuned gunplay. From start to finish Wolfenstein: The New Order will keep you immersed into the life of William B.J. Blaskowitz and his fight against the Nazi empire in this timeline branch like story where the Nazi war-machine continued a successful domination of the world, during which, Blaskowitz is in a vegatative state over a fourteen year period. The world has changed and the war is now over, only relics of the world he once knew have been crushed beneath the heel of the Nazi Empire which now rules the world. A well balanced array of enemies are encountered throughout the game, giving challenges to gunplay and keeping you, the player, on your toes during tough firefights. Through much of the game however, you're given the option to stealthily advance through many levels and avoid major complications. Through these missions you will have to find bits of armor and health pickups with only minor intervals of health regeneration; another more rewarding gimmick though, being able to find secret or alternate paths to find in-game extras or earning perks effecting gunplay. On a more personal note, I felt reminiscent of the Half-Life series. Good well placed maps and enemies with modest AI, rewarding secrets such as health, armor and ammo and the flow of events. All good things which help make up a fantastic FPS worthy of many play-through. Despite the sometimes sluggish AI, the occasional stupid AI are made up for in a good balance between when the AI knows it needs to duck for cover, not hide in the open or shoot at regular intervals. Though there are times when sneaking, the AI doesn't seem to recognize you or even see your there, despite being right in front of them on. Did I forget to mention that you're an unstoppable Nazi killing machine?