Wolfenstein: Youngblood falls in the Jewish Fantasy/snuff genre in which you play as two waymen and slaughter thousands of Germans.
Wolfenstein used to be a goofy series praised for its gameplay. But with these newer games the whole “shoot nazis” line is pretty eye-rolling. The symbolism for them as whites that need to be killed is pretty obvious, especially now that BJ is Jewish. Even everyday gamers are growing tired of its messages, and unlike previous entries, the gameplay is awful this time around.
Machine Games made a well-received game with "New Order", but in its sequel, they went full anti-white and anti-west. Gameplay was an afterthought; they needed to lecture the player with a cringe story about evil whites and how good communism is. The game was pretty divisive. Some players took notice and voiced their distaste.
Still though, gotta give the game some credit for the aesthetic...
Goyblood went further. It shouldn't have come as a surprise the game would be bad. When it was announced at E3 it became obvious what the game would be, story-wise at least, but many players are also complaining about the gameplay, which is grind filled and level-based, with microtransactions of course! It's pretty much Dishonored 1 without the personality.
And now everyone hates the story.
Announcement & Presentation
Kinda odd how cavalier these devs are about killing NatSocs. Something tells me these guys aren't even talking about National Socialists.
Anyway, the story stars BJ's two psychopathic daughters. BJ has gone missing (noticing how males disappearing in stories is a trend now?), and it's up to these two waymen to look for him. Thankfully, they have their diverse comrades and super smart 13%er. If you miss it, don't worry, the game will constantly remind you about how smart she is.
Why did I say psychopathic? Some of the scenes in this game are objectively reprehensible.
Oh, and take a sip of Monster Energy every time they say Nazi. You'll be bouncing off the walls in no time.
Naturally, a laughable jab is taken at the President.
The game is not selling well on PC according to Steam Charts. It is also worth mentioning the game launched at 29.99, not full price.
American Krogan's Video On GoyBlood
Despite this, the DOOM franchise seems to be taking another direction. It seems as if Bethesda may be trying to appeal to both divides with these franchises. We will find out once Eternal releases.
American Krogan On Doom Eternal
Here's a more appealing game about the epic gamer and his Reich.