Worms: Open Warfare

Critic Score User Score
Nintendo DS
63
3.5
PSP
75
4.6
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Description

Worms: Open Warfare isn't a follow-up to the Worms series, but rather a new version made specifically for contemporary handheld consoles. Instead of keeping on with the 3D style of Worms 3D and Worms 4: Mayhem, the game goes back to its roots, featuring the classical 2D gameplay and smaller weapon set from the first Worms games.

Each player has a team of worms that has to battle it out against opponent teams in a destructible terrain, with several wacky weapons at their disposal, similar to artillery games. The player can either opt for the single-player mode, competing in custom matches or setting challenges against computer teams; or play against human opponents in hotswap or multiplayer modes. The DS version features single cartridge multiplayer and the PSP version features wireless Ad-Hoc functionality.

Screenshots

Worms: Open Warfare PSP Tutorial mode
Worms: Open Warfare PSP Weapon selection screen
Worms: Open Warfare PSP Firing a rocket.
Worms: Open Warfare PSP War in outer space

Alternate Titles

  • "Worms: Открытая война" -- Russian spelling

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User Reviews

To the roots Nintendo DS NeoJ (428)

Critic Reviews

Gaming Age PSP 2006 A 100
4Players.de PSP Mar 17, 2006 86 out of 100 86
MAN!AC Nintendo DS May, 2006 78 out of 100 78
GameSpot PSP Apr 05, 2006 7.1 out of 10 71
Jeuxvideo.com PSP Mar 21, 2006 14 out of 20 70
Game Informer Magazine Nintendo DS May, 2006 7 out of 10 70
Worth Playing PSP Apr 16, 2006 6.7 out of 10 67
Worth Playing Nintendo DS Apr 08, 2006 6.6 out of 10 66
3DAvenue Nintendo DS Jun 05, 2006 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
G4 TV: X-Play Nintendo DS May 11, 2006 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40

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Trivia

Cutscenes

The videos inside the game are actually remade sequences from the first two Worms games, made with the new graphical style.

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