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Why is the WMG reviewing a Gamecube, PS2, and Xbox game from the year of our Lord 2003? Well Worms 3D was on the Family Friendly Gaming review request listing (editor: for over a year now), so the WMG decided to give it a spin. There is an obvious reason why no one else at Family Friendly Gaming picked up this game to review. It is a turn based military strategy game played with worms. Not exactly the equation to be family friendly. The cut scenes are meant to be funny, but contain crude humor at the best.

The visuals in Worms 3D are around average for that era. There are some decent color schemes used, but there is so much cartoon violence. Part of the problem will be later addressed in the gameplay section, but there was more violence than should have been needed.

The audio department in Worms 3D takes an even worse hit. Some of the worms phrases are sure to offend our readership. On top of that, these phrases are repeated over and over again. Revenge is taught as a good thing in this game, as well as getting them first. The constant explosions that the game includes de-sensitize really quickly.

Worms 3D is a game that is not worth your hard earned dollars. There are not enough levels, and multi-player modes (while present) are not worth it either. The violence level, and crude humor really detract from this game.

How one hopes to hit anything with the different weapons is trial and error. Those errors lead to many more attempts at shooting the enemy, and the enemy getting to shoot back. If this aspect of the game had been tweaked better it would have made the game somewhat playable. The worms control okay when slithering around levels.

How Worms 3D did not get an ‘M’ for Mature rating is really beyond the WMG. This game is yet another example of the ESRB dropping the ball (editor:since they never play the games). The core of this game is to blow up, kill, and destroy the other worms. There really is no explanation as to why there is a war, or why such tactics are necessary. Pass on this game if you know what is good for you.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 67%
Replay/Extras: 71%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Gamecube/Playstation 2/Xbox
Publisher: THQ
Rating: 'T' for Teen
{Cartoon Violence}

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