The British agent Sparrow mentions the Nazis’ Special Projects Division from the video game Wolfenstein.
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Thursday, December 17, 2015
Crossover Cover: Dogs of War
I mistakenly posted earlier about Underland, a book I already covered a couple months ago. Here's a replacement.
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The protagonist of the "Wolfenstein" series, William Blazkowicz, is apparently the grandfather of Billy Blazkowicz; a.k.a. Billy Blaze from the "Commander Keen" series.ReplyDelete
"Wolfenstein RPG" also features Nazis summoning a demon called the "Harbinger of Doom", who is actually the Cyberdemon from the "Doom" series. It's heavily implied that the unnamed protagonist of the games is also a descendant of William.
I missed the Wolfenstein reference when I read this. Of course, I'm not much of a gamer.ReplyDelete
I think Doom would have to be an alternate future.
I only knew about it because it was mentioned under "Shout-Outs" on the TV Tropes page for Atomic Robo. I'm not really a gamer either.Delete
Agreed about Doom.
I actually I may have heard about before from TV Tropes, but forgot.ReplyDelete
I used to play more when I was younger, but I'd get stuck in a game half way and give up. I just figured it would be better to save my money.