Read the review here.
“… impressive, replayable, ambitious, thematic, blood-spilling, moon-howling, muscle-rippling, six-pack-showing, background-rendering, spine-shattering, bone-breaking, people-eating, throat-stomping, testicle-bursting, mutant-massacring, life-altering, Altered-Beast-inspiring, era-defining, flag-waving, B-jumping, A-attacking, somersaulting, entertaining, no-holds-barred…”
– from a former review, with the new review being here.
This game is pure awesomeness wrapped in a cartridge.
Werewolf: The Last Warrior is like a demolition derby or an action film; trying to explain its awesomeness can be difficult, but once you experience it for yourself it cannot deny its manly triumph of face-exploding victory sauce.
Regrettably, the original one-sentence review (of over 800 words) was deleted by the hosting site, due to it not meeting “quality standards.” While I somewhat understand it, considering it was just one sentence, I am severely disappointed in the editors for lacking any sense of humor or hipness, which was one factor that has led to me switching review hosts. Eh.
Nonetheless, a new full review was indeed written, and should still do justice to reviewing quite a fine NES game.