B.J Blazkowicz is sent to Castle Nuremberg to retrieve the Spear of Destiny back, but what danger lies beyond the castle is unknown

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B.J Blazkowicz is sent to Castle Nuremberg to retrieve the Spear of Destiny back, but what danger lies beyond the castle is unknown

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18 September 1992 (USA)  »

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SOD Part 2: Return to Danger  »

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There is another 2 Spear of Destiny games, which had a different graphics, sounds, animations, and sprites See more »

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Follows Wolfenstein 3D (1992) See more »

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No different than the original
23 February 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I loved Wolfenstein 3D, and when Spear of Destiny came out a few months later, I rushed to the shop (unlike Wolfenstein 3D, this was commercial), and I bought it thinking "what miracles will I see in this game?". Unfortunately, the answer was "none". The game used exactly the same engine as Wolfenstein 3D. You could call it an add on, as it merely had different levels. However, it was just as addictive as the original, and I recommend the demo AT LEAST if you want to show your addiction towards the classic Wolfenstein 3D.

6/10


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