Excerpt: Why is the WMG reviewing a Gamecube, PS2, and Xbox game from the year of our Lord 2003? Well Worms 3D was on the Family Friendly Gaming review request listing (editor: for over a year now), so the WMG decided to give it a spin.
Excerpt: From the moment 3D gaming was conceived, this game has been on the cards at Team17. The only reason it's taken so long is that lack of adequate technology at the time slowed things down somewhat, due to the game's well-known reliance on deformable landscapes.
Summary: Worms 3D is a lot of fun and is definitely worth a check into by any and all gamers alike. But beware avid fans of the series, the new 3D approach to the game is a huge twist to the classic 2D games that you are use to.
Pros: Alot of fun with friends, Classic Worms formula is still intact
Summary: Worms 3D is a fantastic game and it's made an almost perfect transition from 2D to 3D. What was most gratifying was that the game keeps its spirit and playability that made the 2D predecessors so enjoyable.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It had to be done. The move to 3D was simply a matter of time, but like many classic franchises, the transition has been less than perfect. Certain facets of the title have escaped relatively unscathed, but it is the gameplay, the very reason that Worms has become what it is, that...
Summary: Worms, la saga creada por Team 17 a principios de los noventa, da el salto a las 3D después de múltiples versiones en casi todas las plataformas imaginables programadas en las tradicionales dos dimensiones.
Cons: Ninguna novedad sustanciosa salvo el aumento de una dimensión.