The music actually is decent, with an edgy metal vibe, but the voice acting is pretty dismal at times.
A handful of areas are able to show off some nice art design and visuals. However, you'll spend most of your time looking at dull grey vents and corridors, and the game's cutscenes and character animations are unbelievably dated.
At its best, Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood is perfectly playable, but it's all very dull and repetitive, and level design isn't all that inspired. Poor enemy AI means the stealth isn't satisfying, and the game's brawls feel like they go on for far too long.
Lacklustre storytelling, unsatisfying visuals and regular bugs drag the game down, and there's very little that'll make you want to see this through to the end.
This is actually a pretty easy list to get through, but not a particularly interesting one. Read twenty notes, kill one hundred enemies, you know the drill here. The challenge will come from wanting to get through it all.