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7.8 out of 10

Blood of the Werewolf

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Vagoth, Metacritic
26 July 2014
  • Summary: The controls, artwork, and music are excellent. The voice acting is embarrassing. The gameplay is polished, though often bland and one-dimensional. The main challenge of the game is the environmental hazards; most of the enemies are mindless punching bags. A few of the projectile hit boxes are annoyingly disproportionate to the artwork. The game is challenging but I didn't find it as hard as most of the reviews make it sound.
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kache, Metacritic
29 May 2014
  • Summary: So, I bought the game for $0.99 upon seeing TotalBiscuit's video, and been playing the game for over 13 hours, trying to finish. I never managed to complete it because the savegames corrupted before the last level and I lost all progress. Which I have no intention to repeat because the difficulty of this game is fair too unfair.
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Trumpy, Metacritic
8 November 2013
  • Summary: Blood of the Werewolf is a fun, but very hard, game. It follows the format of the classic platformers with a nice twist by allowing the player to be both human and wolf. The areas where you change between the forms is controlled by the game (when in moonlight, you become the wolf) and those areas are well designed for each character type. I think this game is well worth checking out, but be sure to play with a controller!
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samthebigkid, Metacritic
5 November 2013
  • Summary: This game was a lot of fun and definitely brought me back to my SNES days. The game feels a lot like some of the classics like Ghosts & Ghouls and Demon's Crest. The levels do get increasingly more challenging. I had to play the game on the lowest settings (being that my PC is garbage) and experienced some minor issues. It wasn't enough to really hurt my experience.
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Jadef154, Metacritic
2 November 2013
  • Summary: A challenge, but very fun!!! The art is incredible, and I love the little details that the developers included like menu graphics and animations. Definitely recommend!
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SideScrollerSam, Metacritic
1 November 2013
  • Summary: Picked this up for $5 on the Not On Steam Sale. There is a lot of game here. Don't be scared by all of the "really difficult" talk. The art is refreshing and doesn't hurt my eyes like every retro remake. Did I mention classic monsters. So cool.
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Longestline, Metacritic
1 November 2013
  • Summary: Blood of the Werewolf is not easy, but there's a great sense of accomplishment as you beat each level and boss. Really fun indie game, great sense of style, really interesting level design (some of the earlier enemies and areas are a bit repetitive), but hope they do more with this game and brand. Also, what the heck is Midnight City and why is their logo so great?
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night-train, Metacritic
1 November 2013
  • Summary: Have enjoyed playing the game over the last week, really like the storyline, like love the character art. Very much looking forward to the title releasing on consoles.
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ClassicCorey, Metacritic
1 November 2013
  • Summary: Stumbled on Wolf on the Steam Halloween sale. Surprised the hell out of me. I wish other titles had the in air control jump that this game has. I beat the game in about 6 hours but have been straining my thumbs to get S rankings on all of the levels. I love the hidden upgrades. Work for it kids! Good: Excellent controls. HIDDEN UPGRADES!!!! Bad: Some bad VO, The Bosses were a little too easy.
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trntrznr04, Metacritic
1 November 2013
  • Summary: Fun indie game, definitely has shades of old-school games in there. Beat the heck out of me for a while, but feels good to get past roadblocks and onto the next stage.
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