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  • Wolfenstein Youngblood: Fight Some Nazis
    Time: Aug. 13, 2019

    Wolfenstein Youngblood Bethesda Key is a new first person shooter. Sometimes you just want to play a game with a friend without worrying about something too difficult. If you need it, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is here for you.


    This game involves diving into an open Paris with a friend and shooting some Nazis. Players control Jes and Soph Blazkowicz, the daughters of Wolfenstein's hero, BJ Blazkowicz.


    As the game progressed, the player's skills will continue to improve, the enemy is constantly improving too. They have more armor, flamethrowers, and even robot allies, which can make players feel troublesome and increase the difficulty of players completing the game.


    Youngblood is the third game in the modern Wolfenstein franchise and very entertaining. In Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein: The new Colossus followed the story of the Blazkowicz players. The games are solid shooting games with incredible stories that, unlike most video games with nasty Nazis, focus on fascist ideology.


    But Wolfenstein: Youngblood puts aside everything that is built around the world for a cooperative experience of running and shooting. It works, but I wish Youngblood was inspired by the stories of his predecessors.


    For Wolfenstein Youngblood game, my favorite thing is that it is not a men's game. Youngblood asks to play with a friend. It is not very fun to play alone, but also because the AI ​​that controls your brother or sister is not very intelligent. The advantage of this model is that we can have fun with friends.


    The campaign was solid and entertaining, but I hope Youngblood has more to offer: more history, more hostile diversity and more customization options. Youngblood is not bad at all, especially when you play with a friend.