Tag: video games

Dwayne Johnson to battle Ralph the giant werewolf in “Rampage” film

Deadline is reporting that Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a. The Rock, will star in a live-action feature film based on classic arcade game Rampage. First released in 1986, Rampage is the original Wreck-It Ralph, in which players destroy apartment buildings and highrises as George (the giant gorilla), Lizzie (the giant lizard / dinosaur) and Ralph (the giant werewolf[?!]). (more…)

The Werewolves of “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is about hunting monsters, and the game’s got plenty of gross, terrifying and deadly creatures to track down and dismember, from packs of dogs to the brutal Imlerith. There are no easy foes, but if the sudden glut of dedicated strategy guides in my newsfeed is any indicator, the werewolves of Velen are particularly tough. (more…)

Fright Fight is “Super Smash Bros.” with cute monsters & relentless in-app purchase prompts

Take Super Smash Bros., squeeze it onto your phone or tablet, replace the Nintendo characters with cute monsters and in-app purchases, and you’ve got multiplayer brawler Fright Fight from publisher Appsolute. (more…)

Bloodborne’s werewolves look rad & work hard, please don’t farm them

Bloodborne is a new PlayStation 4 game that’s so difficult it’s making gamers cry. It’s also making me cry because I’m receiving reports that players are farming the game’s werewolf enemies. Farming them! (more…)


One of the great things about running a site with an editorial board of one (consisting of me) is I get to post about anything I think is noteworthy or cool, even if it’s only connected to werewolves by the thinnest thread. That’s why I can tell you about the game Moonman. (more…)

“The Order: 1886” and the sad story of Little Bobby Paige

As part of the marketing ramp-up for the PlayStation 4 game The Order: 1886this short and creepy animation recently popped up. It’s about a young man who may or may not be a foe you face in the game, and you definitely don’t have to be familiar with the game’s story to get a kick out of it. (more…)

Holiday Werewolf Gift Guide Part 3: Download your way out of a last-minute jam

It’s the day before Christmas Eve, and if for some reason you were unable to find a suitable item for the werewolf fan in your life in Gift Guide parts One and Two, don’t worry. It’s not too late to avoid the shame of being someone who gives iTunes gift cards as, like, a Main Gift. Here are five werewolf gift ideas that you can obtain and deliver digitally in less time than it took you to read this.

Become the terror of Werewolf Park in “Werewolf Tycoon” for Android & iOS

My mobile gaming time is split pretty evenly between Threes and Doug dug., but this week there’s a new contender for my attention: Werewolf Tycoon, a “werewolf stealth simulation game” where the goal is to devour as many people as possible without being seen… and without leaving survivors. (more…)

Trailer for the baffling, delightful iOS game “The Executive”

It’s Monday. You’re at work, dealing with reptiles or float homes or glitchy compilers or whatever keeps you busy all day. Maybe you have a coffee. Externally, you’re at peace. But internally: turmoil! Your soul is crying out. You are experiencing a profound lack. A cold wind is coursing through the places in your bones where marrow used to be. (more…)

Werewolf Wednesday Digest – May 2012, Part 1

It’s been a few weeks since my last celebration of Werewolf Wednesday, but when I woke up in my Boston hotel room this morning, I had this inspirational image by Tandye in my inbox, so I knew the time was right. (more…)