Loot Ninja writes: "If you haven't played a Worms game, you should have your gaming license revoked. The series has been around for years and has made appearances on virtually every platform. THQ brings the franchise to the Wii and throws the little fellas into space. Here is a breakdown of some of the facets of Worms: A Space Oddity for the Wii:
Presentation and Graphics: Worms: A Space Oddity looks pretty good for a Wii title. It's nowhere near the level of detail as the Xbox Live Arcade version of Worms, but it looks pretty good. Where the title suffers though is the presentation. The menu system is aggravating at best. All of the menus utilize the Wii remote and its motion controls, which is to be expected with the system. However, all buttons you see are very small, some to the point of being smaller than the finger you use to point at things on the screen. This makes it difficult to navigate certain areas, such as changing the stage or picking your team. Other places it's difficult to differentiate what is and is not a button. This is definitely an area Team17 could work on for the next release."