+1. That's what happened in Wolf3D as well - you started off killing Nazis and then eventually ended up against a cyborg Hitler. How they can claim they're being faithful to the series I don't know, especially when the main advertising points are switching between realities and using weird lazery weapons. They've clearly missed the point by plugging the sci-fi element. What's the first thing you think of when you think Wolf3D or RTCW? Nazis. This game? Zombie Nazis. Muppets.
Is this the patch that removes the embarrassing dialog and horrifying sexual encounter?
I feel sorry for all the people who bought this game, and how they got screwed out of $50.
I don't know what type of advertising id has in mind with this...levels splashed with billboards for Pepsi, a banner ad for the lobby/public areas like Battle.net, or an unskippable ad video you have to watch when you launch the game.
Definitely watch youtube gameplay vids before you spend even $10 on this game, especially if you don't have or want the STEAM software installed. I found the TF2 gameplay simplistic and claustrophobic. The animations and many other things are done very well but the actual gameplay, I dunno. Not everyone will like this game, me included. I'm old school too, playing TF in Quake1 years ago (but liking Q1 CTF much more).
Finally a Fallout 3 review that even mentions bugs. 1 honest reviewer out of dozens of shills.
Seriously, why announce it? Why not just release it?!