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Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf HD Remastered

Lone Wolf is back, as a video game with a brand-new story, a deep combat system, stunning graphics and much more! Make meaningful choices and carve your own path through this epic non-linear adventure. Test your strength in dynamic turn-based battles, prove your skill with the lock-picking minigame and accept the challenge of wits posed by the mysterious Shianti Cube! The author Joe Dever has played an active role in the development of the game. The story he has written fits with the original continuity, but it also sheds a new light on Lone Wolf’s world, Magnamund! For Sommerlund and the Kai!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Presentation is good, but not exemplary; there are spelling mistakes and no matter what font you use, some of the text placement is awkward; e.g. words split across pages.
Illustration pages are animated at key points, but within the text there is a seemingly random set of images between paragraphs now and again, which have nothing to do with what you’re reading.
I’ve only done the first Act, but I’d say there was far too much repetition - it’s just the same battles with variations on the same two monsters of differing number and strength.
Not sure about balance or maybe I’m just not skilled enough, but I was playing happily on Hard until I hit a double battle where there really seemed to be no way to win that I could find, even allowing for luck. I just wasn’t equipped enough after the battle directly before it.
Maybe this is down to skill, but after retrying on Normal (it lets you downgrade for a restart of the battle) a few times I got it. It was just nagging me that because I had not chosen to be a more martial character balance, that I felt there wasn’t really anything I could have bought or done to get me through that particular battle on Hard.
No doubt later some of the choices I’ve made will have consequences, but I didn’t feel in Act I that the decisions were particularly tricky... famous last words perhaps. But as with the combat situations, I felt it a bit straight.
I do like the battles, it’s fun how it’s been worked out with all the elements you can deploy. Lock picking is good, makes you tensely work away on it, appropriately.
I like the music, but there is one cue for battles which seems a bit jaunty to me for such deadly combat.
In all this is an enjoyable title, it’s kept me entertained for 7 hours and I’ve finished one of four Acts. But then I take my time with these things and have been playing on Hard.
The character looks like Richard Armitage, which is nice.
I’m sure when this is finished I’ll wish they did some more books from this series. I suspect the price point may have not been quite right to deliver the success the game itself warrants.
Anyhow, seven years on, still worth picking up imho - good fun :)

Review from Steam

The game, there your choices really matters. Love it. And it took almoust 19 hours of gameplay to finish. Never seen game like this, but really liked it. Thanks for developers.