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Submitted by MasonicGamer 875d ago | review

Worms Revolution PC Review (MasonicGamer.com)

MasonicGamer.com: I have lost count of how many Worms games I’ve played. It seems like Team 17 have been making them since the dawn of time, and though little has changed over the years, there’s no denying that they are usually a lot of fun. While the early games differentiated themselves by adding more and more ridiculous weapons, the later ones tried to hook people by going 3D, or including new modes and mechanics.

Some of these attempts to modernize the Worms franchise have been more successful than others, but even with these changes, once you’ve played any Worms game you’ve pretty much played them all. The core gameplay that defined the series has remained basically unchanged since 1995, and while Worms Revolution has some of the most significant alterations to date, it is still fundamentally an old fashioned game of Worms. (PC, PS3, Worms Revolution, Xbox 360) 8/10

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