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Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot has plenty of style and atmosphere to rely upon, which is probably more thanks to the recent entries in the franchise than work generated specifically for the game. As a title that takes only 1.5 hours to complete though, it struggles to flesh out any of the concepts introduced to the player, and feels less like a complete game and more like the beginning tutorial levels for each vehicle. When dialed in correctly, visuals can be cohesive and even pretty immersive, although it’s hard to really care about a world you can only visit for such a fleeting amount of time. It is admittedly priced at $20, however there’s basically no replay value once you’ve beaten it on its hardest mode.

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