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Submitted by djcitizend 1000d ago | preview

Brutal Gamer: Worms Revolution Preview

Mike Deneen from Brutal Gamer writes:

"If you’ve ever watched a single kid’s cartoon or played any number of games, you’ve seen an example of anthropomorphism. Animals get assigned all sorts of different human traits such as emotion, speech, the ability to walk upright and countless others. However, Team17 takes the cake, in giving worms the violent trait of humans and the desire to blow one another into smithereens in turn based artillery combat ecstasy." (PC, PS3, Worms Revolution, Xbox 360)

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