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It's Memorial Day weekend, so let's give you FOUR Twitch streams from Chatty's best, led by warcrow's playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order. And we'll follow up with pixelat3d saying goodbye to WildStar's beta, JynnanTonnyx playing some Mercenary Kings co-op, and draco culturing us with Kerbal Space Program. Read more

It's man vs machine, as Blazkowicz has to combat killer Nazi robots. Make your way through London Nautica and find out where to find a gun big enough to defeat the giant robot is in part 6 of our Wolfenstein: The New Order guide. Read more

This short section has you settling into your new place, but no one said you shouldn't snoop around. Find out where to get the crowbar and find The Project Whisper Folder for Caroline in part 5 of our Wolfenstein: The New Order guide. Read more

For Part 4 of our Wolfenstein: The New Order guide, Blazkowicz goes to prison! Read more

It's time to fight some hulking robots in Part 3 of our Wolfenstein: The New Order guide. Read more

Our Wolfenstein: The New Order guide continues as B.J. shoots his way through a legion of guards. Read more

Find out how to best fight your way through Wolfenstein: The New Order with our handy walkthrough guide! Read more

by Shack Staff, shacknews.com, May 17, 2014 11:00AM PDT

Wolfenstein: The New Order is set to make its long-awaited arrival on Tuesday. The latest iteration of the series will bring more of Wolfenstein's wholly unique take on the events of World War II. Part of that one-of-a-kind vision includes some larger-than-life bosses, which is the focus of the latest edition of Shack Reels. Read more

We chart the thirty-year history of Nazi killing action to see how the game has radically evolved, and whether the new Wolfenstein measures up. Read more

Wolfenstein: The New Order's launch trailer intersperses plot bits (and Nazi bits) with a German take on the classic song, "The House of the Rising Sun." Read more