Ever since the end of World War II, there have been strict laws in Germany about the use and display of Nazi-related imagery. These laws have also affected which games can be released in the country, and the Wolfenstein series has been notoriously difficult to put on German store shelves because duh. So how did Bethesda manage to bring "Wolfenstein: The New Order" to Deutschland? Eurogamer delves deep to find the layers of censorship that made this possible