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Wolfenstein hits Steam, demo available now too


5:00 PM on 10.14.2009
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The best Nazi shooter ever released on consoles in mid-August 2009 is available on Steam. That’s right -- Raven Software’s FPS Wolfenstein has come to Valve’s ever-popular digital distribution service. Price at $49.99, the title won’t offer more than its console (or even PC) counterparts. But, hey, it’s downloadable, right?

In slightly more current news -- Wolfenstein was released yesterday -- a PC demo is now available as well. So, if our review didn’t give you enough of an impression of the title, feel free to grab a playable glance at FileShack or your demo download station of choice. Just try not to be surprised by how mundane it is.

[via Shacknews]






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