1945, The Nazis are planning to resurrect Heinrich I, after being imprisoned. It is up to B.J Blazkowicz, an O.S.A soldier, to foil the operation.

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James Alcroft ...
Jack (voice) (uncredited)
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Egyptian #2 / Prologue German #2 (voice) (uncredited)
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Jonathan David Cook ...
Heinrich (voice) (uncredited)
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Gaille Heideman ...
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Lt. B.J. Blazkowicz (voice) (uncredited)
Drew Markham ...
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Brian Mysliwy ...
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Peter Renaday ...
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Nazi Cmdr. Helga Von Bulow / Nazi Woman #1 / Egyptian Woman / Child (voice) (uncredited)
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You play B.J. Blazkowicz, an World War II American secret agent, who is sent to investigate reports of bizarre experiments being conducted by Nazi Germany's special weapons research facilities involving the occult. What you find is more frightening than can be imagined and that much harder to stop as you must battle not only the Nazi hordes, but also the stuff of nightmares not including the monstrosities that twisted Nazi science have created. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@rogers.com>

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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection  »

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An update of the original Wolfenstein 3D (1992) from 1992, which popularized the first-person shooter genre of games. Wolfenstein 3D was in turn based on a series of Castle Wolfenstein games produced for home computers such as the Apple II in the early 1980s. See more »

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Die Fahne Hoch
Lyrics by Horst Wessel
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A ton of fun...but falls into same trap
7 July 2002 | by (Th Burgh) – See all my reviews

I cant say enough about this game. It has some of the mose realistic graphics and the most creep situations avalable. FINALLY some one put some real effort into the AI. When shots go off people come a running...no like in men of honor 2 were a mechanic is carrying a box about 20 or so feet from where you are filling this German full of lead.

The variety of the missions was refressing but the only thing I didnt like was the anti-climacitc ending (as is common in most games). Heinrich was a bit too unrealistic for a sci-fi junkie like me. And I would have liked a stage where one can go pop deaths head.

Aside from all the nit-picking this is my pick most recommended.


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