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I must say this is a pretty decent attempt to make something more of Joe Dever's original Lone Wolf series. For starters, it feels pretty much the same as the paragraphed books that some of us used to get excited about. We've got a pretty shoddy story, the hero - of whom we cannot really tell if he's a real badass, because of his immense Kai powers, or a total wuss, considering that heI must say this is a pretty decent attempt to make something more of Joe Dever's original Lone Wolf series. For starters, it feels pretty much the same as the paragraphed books that some of us used to get excited about. We've got a pretty shoddy story, the hero - of whom we cannot really tell if he's a real badass, because of his immense Kai powers, or a total wuss, considering that he keeps sneaking most of the time, sometimes afraid even to stand up to a bunch of Giaks, creatures similar to goblins - and lots of lots of text. So, yeah, pretty much the same as the original. But all of this is fun somehow, just as the original, even though it feels a little cheesy (but, hey, the original games were designed in the 80s, there was a lot of cheese back then).
There were two things I didn't like about the gameplay though - both of them concern combat. First of all it relies too much on our quickness. Sometimes we've got a perfect plan created in our mind, but we're just to slow with clicking. Yeah, I know this is a smartphone/tablet port, and most of those games rely on quick fingers, but for me it had too much of an arcade feeling to it.
Secondly, the game is mostly about fighting. Yeah, you have to read a wall of text every now and then, but many (and I really mean many) times it's: 'Hey, you just reached a point in your adventure where we put in some epic battles, so the monsters ambush you for no good reason, even though you just evaded them using your mighty camouflage skill'. So, yeah, there's a ton of fighting. Also, be prepared to die quite often. Especially during random encounters that you should win without even breaking sweat. It's all about quick fingers and luck.
And even though it seems that I should give this game a lower score, I'm giving it an 8. Because all in all this is a very good game. It took me 17 hours to finish the chapters and I had fun all the way (sans maybe those sevral frustrating moments when I had to replay some boss battles over and over again). So if you're a Lone Wolf fan - don't hestitate. Otherwise it's a 50/50. You'll either like it or not.


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Developer: Forge Reply srl

Publisher: 505 Games

Release Date: 27 Nov, 2014

Genre: RPG, Adventure, Turn-Based

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: Dual core 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space

Recommended:

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Dual core 3.0 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 4 GB available space