Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review


A popular series expands into co-op, but simplifies just about everything else

 Youngblood assumes you already know that Nazis are bad.

Credit: Bethesda Softworks

That’s not the worst thing in the world; previous games in the series nearly edged into torture-porn territory to show you that the Nazis — and those who sympathized with their goals — were sadistic and evil. Youngblood takes place in a world where Adolf Hitler has been killed by B.J. Blazkowicz, but the Nazi threat has not been completely wiped out. And now Blazkowicz is missing. The game’s story doesn’t really concern itself with making the point that Nazis are still bad; it trusts you to bring that context in with you.

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