Xbox 360 Review: 'Wolfenstein'

"Wolfenstein" is the polar opposite, all execution and no inspiration, played safe and flat and without a hint of creativity. It is as lifeless and plodding as its Nazi <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" 15019000178" title="Ghouls and Zombies (supernatural entities)" href="/topic/arts-culture/ghouls-zombies-%28supernatural-entities%29-15019000178.topic">zombies</a>, which is saying a lot since it doesn't even really have Nazi zombies.  (Courtesy of 	 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" ORCRP000181" title="Activision Blizzard, Inc." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/activision-blizzard-inc.-ORCRP000181.topic">Activision</a>)

"Wolfenstein" is the polar opposite, all execution and no inspiration, played safe and flat and without a hint of creativity. It is as lifeless and plodding as its Nazi zombies, which is saying a lot since it doesn't even really have Nazi zombies. (Courtesy of Activision)

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