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Submitted by -Mezzo- 812d ago | review

Nerdly - Worms: The Revolution Collection Review

Nerdly - Worms: Revolution, the latest game in the classic turn-based strategy series, is fully loaded with exciting new features and beautiful 3D graphics but still retains the classic 2D gameplay that fans love. Introducing dynamic water effects, exploding physics objects and four different class acts to choose from and customise your game! Worms Revolution brings a whole host of anarchic additions – more single player missions, more puzzles, more customisation and… more worms. (Worms: The Revolution Collectio, Xbox 360) -

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