Wild boar is much more lean than confinement raised swine. So it will dry out. You will have to either baste it often or wrap it in bacon or what I use is fresh side slabs. Smoke with apple and oak.
Tastes every bit as good as domestic pork, probably better. Depends on who you are, like anything else.
I agree with Gunslinger. Much leaner, so you must baste, wrap in bacon, inject, and/or marinate. Whatever you choose to do, it will taste better than store bought. I haven't bought any pork chops in several years.
We soak some wild game in salt water to knock some of the gameyness out. A domestic boar will have kind of a urine flavor to it, so when our boars died, we'd soak them also. But I've never had that experience with wild swine. It's always been good without soaking. I've hunted, killed and eaten both boars and sows from MO, AR, TX, and AZ, and I couldn't tell a difference.
Bear and elk are very gamey. You want to try something gamey? Try antelope. Stringy too.