Worms: Open Warfare 2 (PSP) review
"Basically, Worms plays like Lemmings would if the goal was to kill things with exploding fruit instead of to reach an exit. Each team gets a preset amount of time to maneuver his worm into position to strike at an enemy unit, and then the roles reverse. It's not just the opposing forces that you struggle against, however. The terrain itself is full of obstacles that need to be dealt with, but the actual method of dealing is quite open ended. Trickshots that involve ping-ponging grenades off of multiple surfaces and into the lap of a hostile worm are quite satisfying, but not the only choice."
Freelance review by Josh Higley (October 05, 2007)
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