Summary: I bought this game for my son's 10th birthday, and he loves it! When he showed it to me, I thought it seemed really redundant, like he was doing the same thing over and over and over, but he and his 7-year old brother laugh like crazy when they're playing.
Summary: On 4/23/08 my mom took me to the Game Exchange in Augusta Maine to trade in a few games to get some psp games.I was already certian that I was going to get Tony Hawk's Under Ground 2 Remixed. When I was deciding to get Mortal Combat or Lemings I asked the owner about the Worms Open Warfare.
Summary: This is truly a game for the whole family! We had already enjoyed previous versions of this game, but as much as now. This is probably the perfect game for the PSP platform. Gameplay is not overly engaging or lengthy, so a quick game during your commute is no problem.
Summary: Worms for the PSP. Of course I was interested, but with justifiable reservations. Worms and I go back a long way, even to the DOS days on the PC. The concept of the game is great. It doesn't take itself seriously, it's easy to learn, and hard to master.
Summary: What else is there to say? Worms IS Worms... Crawl around... blast your pink enemies with a bazooka or a sheep... blow holes in the ground with dynamite, and then drop a hand grenade on the poor unsuspecting schlub below you?
Summary: everything that this game does have is pure worms greatness. It's a beautiful interface, and its smooth and nice to play with. However, it is lacking in almost every aspect. The arsenal is laughable at something ridiculous like fourteen weapons! have the fun was having a bazillion weapons.
Summary: This game is awesome and really cool but as I'm used to play worms 3d it result me a little bit difficult but I saw new landscapes, dicovered new weaponds and specially kicked my enemie's butt! This game is cool!!!