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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 610d ago | review

Everybody Plays: Worms Revolution Review

Everybody Plays: While the games industry isn't exactly known for being rooted in reality, Worms is a game that takes the biscuit. After all, God only knows what Yorkshire developer, Team 17 were on when they came up with the idea for Worms. Pitting one team of slimy soil dwellers against another in an all out annelid war, it’s not the most obvious of concepts for a game - and when these worms also have hands, are armed with weapons ranging from a bazooka to an exploding pensioner, and hurl insults with a cockney accent, whilst cape wearing sheep are soaring overhead, you know you’ve got a recipe for something that’s completely bonkers – but also rather special. And, for 17 years, Worms has been just that. (PS3, Worms Revolution, Xbox 360) 3/5

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