Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot

Game review by David Chapman, Common Sense Media
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age 17+

Fun alternate-history VR shooter comes up short on content.

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age 12+

This was boring as hell

Pretty shovelware. Playing a Mech-dog doesnt come close to fully armed boots on ground action. Every level is the same boring euro city block or boring interior. Enemy and weapon variety is hardly existant and there are almost no gory kills. Not even the primary flamethrower causes any burn damage. The hacker interludes are boring palete cleansers for an already bland main course. Stick to Doom VFR which has way more of everything.

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