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 <email@example.com>
19 November 2001 (USA)
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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection
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Did You Know?
Throughout the game, there are plenty of strange rocket planes, jet planes and flying wings. Although most of these are just fiction, (at least) two are actual WWII German designs:
- The Ba317 "Cobra", used in B.J. Blazkowicz' escape from the Balkan rocket base and general "Deathshead"'s escape from the X-labs in Norway, is actually the Bachem Ba349 "Natter". The only difference is the lack of external booster rockets. However, throughout the game you see posters with the blueprints for the Cobra, and the booster rockets are shown attached. Also, "Natter" is German for "adder", not far from "Cobra".
- The odd jet plane being produced in the bombed out factory in Kugelstadt, is actually a Heinkel He162 "Salamander".
Referenced in Medal of Honor: Frontline
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