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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1214d ago | review

Worms Collection – Xbox 360 Review | BrashGames

BrashGames writes:

"Quick quiz: What were the most momentous events of 1995? For anyone who answered Braveheart and Toy Story topping the movie charts, Bill Clinton taking up residency at the White House and Microsoft raising the curtains on Windows 95, go to the top of the class. For those who answered with just one word: “Worms,” well, pat yourself on the back and have a shiny gold star on us. Back then, in the hazy, carefree years of 1995, gaming was dominated by teams of mischievous invertebrates hell bent on blowing each other up with rocket launchers and exploding sheep. Side scrolling 2D was cooler than Michael Jackson’s moonwalk and iconoclastic British game developers Team 17 were the Rockstars of the day." (Worms Collection, Xbox 360) 8/10

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