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Wolfenstein 3D still has something to offer modern games who are looking for a bit of nostalgia. Although this wasn't the first FPS, it was the first blockbuster hit that really established the FPS as a genre. However, the game doesn't hold up very well today.
Wolfenstein 3D is fun, but also very frustrating. Here are a few problems. 1) The controls are so atrocious that the game is practically unplayable, but a source port program like ECWolf can be used to update the control scheme. 2) The layout of levels is sprawling, and the blocky and repetitive architecture give most levels an annoying maze-like feel. 3) The game is weird with corners, meaning that sometimes enemies can see and shoot you around a corner, but you can't see them. 4) The mutant enemy type will often shoot you instantaneously on sight, without you having time to react. 5) There are only a few types of weapons and enemies, and combat quickly becomes repetitive. 6) The built-in auto-aim can be clunky and unreliable.
Ultimately, I recommend Wolfenstein 3D because it is still fun to play despite its many failings, which admittedly will keep some FPS fans from enjoying it. My advice is to play it with the ECWolf source port (or another like it), and to enjoy the game in small doses, playing a level or two per day so that it won't become tedious. If you want some nostalgia and can appreciate an older game in spite of its limitations, then Wolfenstein 3D is a good buy.