Summary: In Worms: Open Warfare 2 players will be able to challenge others from all over the world via multiplayer battles using a wireless connection as they command their worms through clashes that take place in famous battles of the past, as well as fictional fights of the future.
Excerpt: In yet another installment of a long running series, Worms: Open Warfare 2 delves ever further into the secretive life of the noble worm. Worms are a deceptive breed of animal. Sure, they seem innocent enough as they wriggle through the dirt, underfoot and out of sight.
Excerpt: Worms is one of the great British institutions of video games. Team 17’s original version for the Amiga has spawned countless sequels, remakes and spin-offs over the last 13 years, though it is fair to say Yorkshire’s best had gone a little stale of late.
Conclusion: The problems with the AI make things a little inconsistent and unrewarding and it would have been nice if we could have found someone to play against on the servers via Wifi. But there’s enough charm and fun to be had in the same old way that you can’t help but chuckle when you prod a helpless worm...
Pros: Nice cute graphics, Intuitive controls and camera, Short and sweet arcade gameplay, Create-a-team options.
Cons: Seen it all before, Not a lot of variation, Inconsistent AI
Summary: Worms: Open Warfare 2 is a fantastic follow up that adds a bit more spit and polish and quite a few more game modes. This is a fantastic title - let's just hope Team 17 continue to remain in the 2D realm with this series.
Conclusion: Hay que tener en cuenta que el juego tiene bastantes fallos en lo que a diseño e IA respecta, aunque en cierto modo lo segundo lo puede paliar el multijugador. Aun así, diría que una calificación justa para este juego podría ser un 7'8 .