Roleplaying games and action-adventure titles are most likely to let you create or play as some kind of wolf character. You can play as a wolf in games such as "Okami" and "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess," while you can be a werewolf in titles such as "World of Warcraft" and many of the "Elder Scrolls" games.Continue Reading
"Okami" is probably the best example of a game that lets you play a wolf character. While you do not actually create the character or choose physical features, you play as a wolf and use the controller to input "brush strokes" that impact the game world.
"The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" features a male humanoid protagonist primarily throughout the game. There are many times while playing, however, that the character changes into a wolf, and you have to use this transformation to solve puzzles and explore areas.
Many games that feature wolf characters use humanoid werewolves rather than the actual animals. "World of Warcraft" introduced the playable Worgen race in the "Cataclysm" expansion, which lets you create a werewolf-like character and choose facial features, fur color and other options. The "Elder Scrolls" series of games have often included the option to become a werewolf. Older games in the series, such as "Morrowind" and "Oblivion," included this feature, as do newer titles such as "Skyrim" and "Elder Scrolls Online."Learn more about Video & Online Games