"This dreaded fortress of dreadful dreadosity has long since haunted the nightmares of millions of soldiers, allied and axis alike. Throughout World War II, the dark structure stood watch over the ancient village of Germania with it's state-of-the-art alarm systems and various undead workers.
Those of you who have played the hit Hist-O-Game "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" will know much about this. Teaching important lessons about history under the guise of a plotless shoot-em-up, "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" has taught thousands of just what it was like for the single American soldier who single handedly ended World War II, and saved the world from a terror from beyond the grave.
But there's another part of the popular Hist-O-Game. Return to Castle Wolfenstein also features a multiplayer version (I'm just as shocked as you are!), where players all over the world can simulate what it might have been like if World War II was fought with up to 25 people on a side, rather than the "one man against an army" of reality.
And in this multiplayer are various high-pitched screeching Germans shouting out random slogans in their native tongue, but switching to English for the real important stuff. What we have here is a never before released hit single by the screechy-voiced German himself. This man can often be heard screaming out "Ralph Move!" or "Fire in Zee Hole!" during gameplay, and has accrued quite a following of loyal (though still nazi-hating) fans.
So we new present to you, "Ralph Move," the hit single by Screechy Voiced German and the London Symphony Orchestra. We hope you enjoy it."
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