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Submitted by Lucario 654d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Blood of the Werewolf Review

DHGF: As a whole, Blood of the Werewolf is a surprisingly good platformer that has easily become one of my favorite games. It’s a challenging game that is sure to frustrate you at times, but not enough to demoralize you from playing further. In fact, there is an huge feeling of accomplishment when you do finally beat it. There’s also plenty to explore and discover in terms of item collecting. However, after all is said and done, Blood of the Werewolf is a short game, clocking in at four to five hours to beat on your first play through. There still is the option to perform a time attack on every level to improve your score and rank higher on the leaderboards, but after that, sadly there is nothing left to do with the game. What I can’t stress enough, though, is that Blood of the Werewolf is an excellent game that offers a thrilling and fun experience that feels very rewarding. (Blood of the Werewolf, PC) -

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