Sang-Froid - Tales of Werewolves

Sang-Froid - Tales of Werewolves

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Xaero Dec 31, 2013 @ 10:08pm
Great Game! Get it while it's cheap!
I saw TB's WTF is.. about it but that did not convince me, took a second look at it and played it through in one session. (Playtime on steam 12h, so maybe 10h playtime without breaks)

Pros:

- Story, kept me hooked.
- Strategic planning part is fun
- Most Traps need to be activated manually
- Zip lines are fun
- RPG elements
- Interesting combat mechanics like fear factor

Cons:

- Weapon upgrades are expensive
- Skilltree is all passives, but useful ones
- Reloading the rifle takes too long
- Mapscreen only available between waves
- No endless mode
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HDF Red Jan 1, 2014 @ 2:59am 
the lack of an endless mode really hurts
Bigguns 93 Jan 28, 2014 @ 10:33pm 
Originally posted by Xaero:
I saw TB's WTF is.. about it but that did not convince me, took a second look at it and played it through in one session. (Playtime on steam 12h, so maybe 10h playtime without breaks)

Pros:

- Story, kept me hooked.
- Strategic planning part is fun
- Most Traps need to be activated manually
- Zip lines are fun
- RPG elements
- Interesting combat mechanics like fear factor

Cons:

- Weapon upgrades are expensive
- Skilltree is all passives, but useful ones
- Reloading the rifle takes too long
- Mapscreen only available between waves
- No endless mode

- weapons upgrades only cost in game money you earn for killing wolves or cutting down trees. Imporant people don;t mistake this for some DLC or pay-to-win micro transaction. You buy the game, nothing else.

- reloading is historically correct, The time it takes is on purpose and is designed to specifically balance the game.

- its a story based game. Bioshock Infinite does not have an infinite mode nor does solitaire.


Awesome game, well worth it at full price.
Bigguns 93 Feb 7, 2014 @ 2:43pm 
Bump for a great game
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