-= Worms World Party =-
Worms, Worms 2, Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party. All great games, however they all have their flaws. When the first Worms title came out, it changed gaming into a more fun activity, then the second one actually had some humour in it, and also multiplayer options. Worms 2 was such a good multiplayer game, that the developers went a bit lopsided on the single player side, so when Worms Armageddon came out, obviously the single player was improved to an extent that it was phenomenal, but unfortunately, some imbalanced weapons and a lack of excitement in the multiplayer parts, put Team17 right back to square 1.
Since then, they have learned from their mistakes, and have delivered a
great finally to the worms series. Worms World Party could not be more fun
if it tried, exploding grannies, flying sheep, they all add to the humour
content of the game.
the option of online play for us Dreamcast owners is an added bonus.
an age where the most high-res 3D graphics rule the games market, it is
actually really satisfying to see a cutesy 2D game stand about among many
of its better looking counterparts.
game is REAL humour, the taunting that the worms give each other, the
actions they use, their facial expressions and their many different
accents are truly hilarious.
WWP really starts to shine out when you get those magic numbers dialled,
yes, the internet option is fantastic, even on our fiscal 33.6 modems,
absolutely no flaws what so ever. Just make sure that the game you join
doesn't have too many players, or you'll end up waiting for ever for your
turn to come about, especially since there are some maps that offer upto
though WWP isn't pushing the Dreamcast in its graphical ability, far from
it infact, sometimes when you start to scroll around the map it is
possible to see some problems with the frame rate. Also, one major factor
is the save size of the game.
in all, this is by far the best Worms game you are likely to find, on any
platform, and as I have said before, it shines on the internet like
William Hague after a turtle wax polish to his beautiful, yet very bald
head. You'll have a ball of a time creating your own tactics, and laughing
at the hilarious animation, as well as the immense gaming experience.
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"You can't beat this for humour and excellent gameplay. I love the worms, I love the weapons, heck, I love it all"
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