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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Uncredited cast:
James Alcroft ...
Jack (voice) (uncredited)
Egyptian #2 / Prologue German #2 (voice) (uncredited)
Nazi Soldier #4 (voice) (uncredited)
Jonathan David Cook ...
Heinrich (voice) (uncredited)
Egyptian #1 / Prologue German #1 (voice) (uncredited)
Gaille Heideman ...
Nazi Woman #2 (voice) (uncredited)
The Director (voice) (uncredited)
Lt. B.J. Blazkowicz (voice) (uncredited)
Drew Markham ...
Nazi Soldier #1 (voice) (uncredited)
Brian Mysliwy ...
Army Major / Egyptian #3 / Prologue German #3 (voice) (uncredited)
Murphy (voice) (uncredited)
Agent One (voice) (uncredited)
Peter Renaday ...
Monk (voice) (uncredited)
Higgs / Nazi Soldier #2 (voice) (uncredited)
Nazi Cmdr. Helga Von Bulow / Nazi Woman #1 / Egyptian Woman / Child (voice) (uncredited)


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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19 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection  »

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Excellent sequel!
2 July 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

This game is actually a pretty good vision and sequel to a legendary first person shooter "Wolfenstein 3D". It gives you a completely new visuals, characters, possibilities, weapons, gameplay, atmosphere, music, weapons and enemies. Now, all mentioned above... is pretty cool in the game. The graphics are excellent, and remember, this is 2001 we are talking about. Id made a quite good step with this one and they gave us a faithful sequel to the "Wolf" fans and upcoming game playing generations. There's nothing much to say for my side anymore, but there are several good things I'd like to mention. The plot is terrific, again as Agent Blaskowitz, here to fight Nazis and merciless ghosts and demons. The game is pretty dark and scary, which is good, while in old game we had quite a colorful themed levels. There are also few levels which contains only Nazis and certain nazi bases without ghosts, so it's good to have some balance there. It is very enjoyable and fun. Take my word for it and play it.

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