Review of Wolf Tails
|By||Vote: 7publicnuisance on 2021-06-10|
|Review||Wolf Tails has a cute story that borders on cringy sometimes. More so when dealing with when the wolf girls deal with human devices they have never encountered. Overall the story and characters are solid though and worth playing through, although it does feel a bit rushed near the end. The background art is really good and the art for the people is fairly good as well. The music is decent but during those mentioned segments of the wolf girls being shocked by human devices it was an annoying nuisance. I really liked the choice of colours for the text and the background as it went well together. There were a decent amount of choices throughout .|
I played Wolf Tails on Linux. It never crashed on me and I didn’t see any spelling errors or bugs. You can manually save whenever you want and there are 48 save slots. Alt-Tab works.
Game Engine: Ren’Py
Graphics API: OpenGL
Disk Space Used: 471 MB
Game Version Played: 1.2
GPU Usage: 0-28 %
VRAM Usage: 346-636 MB
CPU Usage: 1-3 %
RAM Usage: 1.7-2.0 GB
If you enjoy the previous work of Razzart Visual then you will probably enjoy Wolf Tails. I would rank it under Starlight Vega and Love Ribbon but that doesn’t mean it is a bad game at all. I paid $12.52 CAD for it and finished my first play through in 1 hour and 45 minutes which felt like fair value.
My Score: 7/10
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