There's been speculation for more than two decades that the hero of the iconic Wolfenstein first-person shooter games—B.J. Blazkowicz, the guy who you use to machine gun hordes of Nazis—was Jewish. But the game's creators have long been coy about the character's origins. Not so much anymore.
MaximumPC takes a close look at how virtual representations of ourselves—or more specifically, of the video game bad guy versions of ourselves—have evolved since the days of Wolfenstein 3D's clunky Nazis. It's part "walk down memory lane," part "we did all that in 20 years?", and entirely worth your time. [MaximumPC]