In the early 1980s, Apple and PC games played the "Castle Wolfenstein" computer game on their 48 Kilobyte processor home computers. The game would inspire sequel after sequel on ever better computers. The latest: "Wolfenstein: The New World Order," was just released. The price is a bit steep at $60 on Steam (the price at stores may vary). Nydia Tungsten gave the game a try. Like in previous games of the series, there's no shortage of Nazi-killing action. However, the plot in "New World Order" depicts a world a decade and a half after a Nazi victory and conquest. It is a depiction, Nydia felt, the game's producers in some ways did *too* well.