Summary: if u dont mind playing against bots all the time or have up to four friends you can link your psp up to then you might enjoy this game. thq have shut the on-line servers down so no on-line play. all vendors who sell this game should make this clear as on-line is the only reason i got this game.
An awesome game, but multiplayer could be improved.
8 July 2008
Conclusion: To understand my feelings on worms, just read my review on Worms : Open Warfare 1. The sequal is just as addictive, and infinately as enjoyable as its predeccesor. Some of the new game modes really do extend an already excellent game! Open Warfare 2 is, however, not without its faults.
Excerpt: Lately, I seem to have developed a bit of a habit of playing with my little worm. Lots of little worms, if I'm honest. Seriously, I can't get enough of the little critters and I grab a handful whenever I get the chance. I love the way they do anything I tell them, blindly wander in to mines and generally blow themselves up in the most stupendous of ways. I am, of course, talking about the game Worms: Open Warfare 2.
Pros: Simple game play, addictive fun
Cons: A rehash of old ideas it's almost as if Hollywood made it
Excerpt: A belated birthday present saw me receiving this game recently and it's been a constant source of entertainment since! It follows on from last year's PSP release, this sequel bringing more of the same (and a little extra) to the party. The concept of the "Worms" games is pretty simple and hasn't really changed in essence since I was playing the original PC version many years ago.