The Official Hint Book of Spear of Destiny, a Wolfenstein 3D Graphic Adventure is more than your average strategy guide. Sure, there are the usual maps, hints, and cheats. But it’s also a labor of love that’s full of obscure trivia, rare concept art, and personal anecdotes about what it was like to work on the Wolfenstein games at id Software.
We've been playing a lot of Street Fighter IV online. It's an ever-changing, exciting test of skill, adaptability and patience. Until, that is, you come up against a new kind of foe. The Street Fighter Jerk
Unless you’re a rookie cop on his first day on the job, a woman in a comically inappropriate cocktail dress or an ex con with nothing to lose, chance are you’re going to die in Resident Evil. Horribly. Want to know about every significant death in the Resi series? You’ve come to the right place. The following list of big, fat death reveals how each character met their maker, whether it was by zombie, tyrant or erm…
Nobody likes Hitler. Mecha-Hitler, on the other hand, is irresistible. Maybe it’s the extra chainguns. Maybe it’s his over-sized armor. Whatever the reason, more metal seems to make boss fights more fun. Unfortunately, Mecha-Hitler - and his tiny toothbrush mustache - won’t be making an appearance in the next Wolfenstein game.
What would be the best thing to wear to a zombie apocalypse? Would we go for the bullet-proof vest (but zombies don't have guns!)? Or the side-split evening gown (too much leg for the undead!)?
The secrets of their success in their own words.
What’s the best part of any car race? The mad crazy wrecks. Hockey game? When a 6’5” Czech man-beast levels a lesser player with a right hook. Ultimate fighting? The whole thing. We like seeing people destroy each other; it’s in our blood. Or maybe it’s in their blood, and the way it spills everywhere and inspires unanimous ‘YEAHs from stadiums full of adrenaline junkies too timid to risk their own
Nazis are bad guys that need no back story. They’re evil. They want to take over the world. Plus, they’re really, really racist. And out of all the good guys in the history of gaming, no one’s put more of these bad guys to bed than Wolfenstein’s main hero, BJ Blazkowicz. Under the watchful eyes of his iconic bloodstained mug, mecha-Hitler was scrapped, legions of SS guards were slain, and countless secret rooms (full of Nazi gold) were discovered
There must have been some multiplayer design summit that our renowned game developers attended a few years ago. Where else could so many devs get the bright idea to throw our new favorite cannon fodder - the zombie (sorry Nazis) - into multiplayer slaughter modes? Not that we’re opposed to the idea at all. We hate zombies!
Welcome to GamesRadar’s Week of Wolfenstein. Achtung, and prepare yourself for five days full of injured Nazis, delicious dog food, secret rooms, and mecha-fascists as we celebrate all that is pure and good about fighting the Third Reich. Today, we’ll be kicking things off with some essential factoids that all self-respecting Wolfenstein fans should know by heart - but probably don’t.