That said, aside from a few standout moments sprinkled over its fleeting five hours, for the most part it plays it a little too safe in regards to mission variety to feel like a standout in the series.
The real downfall of Der Anfang is the lack of a main Easter Egg quest at launch and although Treyarch has revealed that the quest will begin after , that may be too late for those that have already lost interest in what could've been a strong follow-up to the first Dark Aether story.
Then, in "Zombies," which is playable either solo or in co-op matches, you're still fighting to survive against waves of increasingly tougher undead Nazis, but now there's portals that take you to different areas where the rules change, and can, say, force you to follow a floating head around.
And the majority of the maps are great.
In order to take home the grand prize, these developers will need to impress our panel of judges, comprised of gaming industry luminaries, including former Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aimé.
If you're going solo, you've officially been warned.
I will marvel at how this campaign made a revenge-fueled badass sniper scenario feel like being stuck in traffic for years to come.
An explosive train sequence through a burning Hamburg, Germany thrills as you jump between carriages, fending off dozens of angry Nazis on your way to a submarine base.
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