Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (2003)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | War  -  29 May 2003 (USA)
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Originally meant to be the expansion of Return to Castle Wolfenstein (2001), this game was later released as a stand-alone, free, online multiplayer game. See more »

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Top Notch FPS
13 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have played all of the top Multiplayer FPS's out there, Couterstrike, Unreal games, etc.. But none of them can come close to Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory. This game isn't just about shooting the enemy, you can choose different roles. You can be a Soldier, who can wield big guns, such as the Panserfaust (Rocket Launcher), The Flame Thrower, A Mortar, A Mobile Big Machine Gun (one of those ones that has a stand that folds out). You can be a Medic, Who can hand out heal packs (and you can pick up your own heal packs), and you have unlimited heal packs, but can only throw so many before you have to let your energy recharge. Also, the medic has a needle that can revive wounded players (if your health reaches 0 you fall down and become wounded, until you press jump to enter the re-spawn). You can become a Engineer. An Engineer can plant mines, defuse mines, plant bombs, defuse bombs, repair tanks and trucks, and construct command posts (command posts help your team re-spawn faster) and machine gun nests ans other things. You can be a field Ops. The field Ops can throw out ammo packs, similar to the medics health packs. Also the field ops can throw a signal grenade that emits smoke and wherever you throw it, an air strike will follow (unless you throw it indoors). Also, the field Ops can use the binoculars to call an artillery strike (I feel that the artillery is better than the air strike because it lasts longer). And last but not least, The Covert Ops. As a covert ops, you can take a sniper rifle, or a silenced machine gun. If you come across a dead enemy corpse, you can take his uniform, but you need to be careful, because if you take the uniform of a enemy medic, you will be a given away, because medics cannot wield the weapons that a covert ops can, your best bet is to kill another covert ops and take his uniform. But even if you do that, you must be quick, because, most likely, the person you took the uniform from will report an "Enemy in Disguise!". All in all this game is extremely fun, and never gets old.


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