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Worms (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Strategy
Developer: Team 17


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Worms review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Ah worms, where to begin talking about a game so close to my heart? This simple, some might say primitive game that still exerts such a pull on gamers supposedly more into the million polygon delights of games like Shenmue, or long in-depth rpgs like Final Fantasy 9. Where then in this world for a simple 2D delights of Worms? A game that doesn't even support simultaneous multi player action. Surely it is better left to gather dust along with other relics of the PSX's early days. "
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