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. He doesn't sit and play it for hours, like some of his other games, but he does enjoy it, and told me it lots of fun!
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!!!
Summary: Well to start off I am a big fan of the worms series and I could not wait for the games to return to their roots in 2D, However their latest outing has left me douting them. most of the hilarity of worms is there, as is the core gamplay but no custimization at all. no fun weapons either? Half assed!
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? Where else can you hear a cute little voice humming while you mow down a wall of your enemies with an uzi? Even the deadly banana is available... and the sheep... Worms is a love it or hate it game.
Summary: Being a fan of the Worms games since Worms: Armageddon for PC, I was excited to learn that the PSP was getting a title of it's own. After all, there's great fun to be had blowing up cute little worms with big damn guns whilst riding shotgun during a roadtrip. Yes, you can create your own team with worms' names as strange as only you can concieve. Yes, you can create your own custom schemes.
Summary: This is a great game that harks back to an era where playability and engagement of the player were as important as ever more complex graphics and viral advertising. Its refreshing to see that this classic revived is as engaging and addictive as ever. This is the type of game that makes the PSP such a good platform, this type of game is well worth carrying with you and is easily able to entertain for hours and hours.
Conclusion: Although the game has gone back to 2D for the psp, one thing hasn't changed. Worms is still great. I've always liked this series, with worms armageddon on the PS1 being my favourite version. You team up your gang of 4 worms against from 1 to 3 more human or computer controlled teams with the objective of being the last team standing.
Excerpt: "Personally i found it extremely addictive from the moment i bought it. I immediately played on it and ended up playing on it everywhere i went, to the point where my parents confiscated my psp. With a large number of possible backgrounds available, due to the different backgrounds and hill shapes, there is an even larger number of combination of backgrounds to chose form. Also, there are quite a few weapons, which are easy to get the hang of using, ...
Pros: Portable and exciting, not predictable
Cons: Lack of a few weapons which were favoured in previous worms games