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Submitted by nrvalleytime 298d ago | review

Review: Blood of The Werewolf (DarkZero)

Simon from DarkZero writes "I am fascinated by the tug of war between the simple pleasures of arcade experiences where depth is hidden within a small, closed circle of gameplay systems, and the sheer abundance of a sprawling, multi-layered machinery. Super Mario Bros. vs Elder Scrolls - games that trade in widely different characteristics, but that somehow both give off their own irrefutable sense of substance. Blood of The Werewolf proposes the former." (Blood of the Werewolf, PC) 5/10

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