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  1. Apr 14, 2022
    9
    Cowboy Bebop meets Megas XLR, this game is every man's dream. Charming characters, fantastic artstyle, good writing, thrilling combat & ost. My main gripe is the pointless padding in the form of running down a 10-second street every time you go somewhere, but it's not too bad overall. It can be ignored with a bit of tolerance. The game is essentially a stylish visual novel with RPGCowboy Bebop meets Megas XLR, this game is every man's dream. Charming characters, fantastic artstyle, good writing, thrilling combat & ost. My main gripe is the pointless padding in the form of running down a 10-second street every time you go somewhere, but it's not too bad overall. It can be ignored with a bit of tolerance. The game is essentially a stylish visual novel with RPG gameplay elements and executes it well. Expand
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 9 Critic Reviews

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  1. Feb 18, 2022
    70
    Ota Imon has something interesting to say with Wolfstride. I just hope it finds the right voice to say it with next time.
  2. Jan 28, 2022
    80
    Because this game oozes love for mecha anime and RPGs without falling into being merely referential or nostalgic, Wolfstride is its own beast — a zany, at times heartfelt tale built atop a solid gameplay foundation of meeting giant robots and punching them in the face.
  3. 80
    All in all, Wolfstride demonstrates how great a game can be when the characters in it are full of personality, and also succeeds in presenting a combat system that’s fun and challenging, without losing simplicity. Its characters are a bunch of lovely, lowly criminals that conduct themselves kind of aimlessly through life, failing upwards more than progressing, and perhaps, under all that rubbish you can find actually nice people with complex minds and even more complicated lives. But of course, Wolfstride is, first and foremost, a game about mechas demolishing each other, and the game never lets you forget it.