Rage against the machine.
It’s hard to get away from the feeling while you’re playing Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood that it would have been more suited for the original Xbox or Xbox 360 generation. That might sound like a criticism, but while the game certainly feels a little dated and overly simplistic in certain ways, it’s also a experience which feels focused and heavily weighted towards its strongest asset – becoming a werewolf and tearing enemies to shreds – which fortunately continues to remain enjoyable until the credits roll.
The premise behind Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood is that you’re an eco-terrorist werewolf called Cahal who can shapeshift between three different forms at will. The first is his human variant, which is used for communicating with other characters, pressing buttons and engaging in some light stealth and ranged attacks. The second is the wolf, which is primarily useful for crawling through tight spaces, and the third and most prominent form is the werewolf, which allows Cahal to engage in rage-filled combat.
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