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Worms Collection Review | ConsoleMonster

ConsoleMonster:

Ever since its release in 1995, strategy title, Worms has become one of the most loved franchises in console history. So much so, that the game’s developer, Team 17 ported a number of the titles onto the Xbox Live Arcade.

The Worms Collection contains each of the Worms titles that are currently available on the Xbox Live Arcade: Worms, Worms 2: Armageddon (along with all its downloadable content) and Worms: Ultimate Mayhem (a re-release of Worms 4: Mayhem).

For those who have never played Worms before, the concept involves taking it in turns to fire artillery at the opponents. Played across a range of different shaped and sized landscapes, the winner of the battle is the last team standing. (PS3, Worms Collection, Xbox 360) 80/100

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