I'm pretty sure that only devil worshipers dislike the Worms series. It's long been a staple of gaming and has seen a version on nearly every system to ever be birthed into the world. The PSP has already got Worms Open Warfare, but it's about to get even more. Eurogamer is saying that soon we'll be able to play Worms Open Warfare 2. While what changes would be in the sequel were not listed, the title was given a July release date. In the end though, as long as Worms Open Warfare 2 has the same addictive multiplayer, nothing else matters.
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4-04-2007 @ 1:56AM
I found Worms Open Warfare to look very crappy. Either they ported it from the DS and didn't change the looks, or I was accidentally looking at DS-screens.
But I wonder what kind of additions you can bring to the Worms series...
4-04-2007 @ 4:55AM
Kade Storm said...
HEY! Stop demonising Satanists! I like the Worms series in general - PSP and DS versions questioned a bit. Even the people at the Temple of Set get together for Worms Lan Parties. So yeah, it's not all devil-worshippers, just the fanatic ones. Lawl!
The original Open Warfare wasn't bad, but I did feel that some of the game needed to be ironed out a little more. Perhaps the sequel will improve upon some of those issues.
4-04-2007 @ 7:33AM
G Lampa said...
PSP Open Warfare was LEAGUES ahead of the DS version, any non-PC OR 3D incarnation of the series, for that matter. I found it to be a great transition, with a few painful omissions; namely, lack of infrastructure play. if ver. 2 doesn't have infra, just go buy a used version of W:OW I. for 12 bux.
4-04-2007 @ 1:58PM
I'm not interested unless it has infrastructure play. I do not even know anyone else that has a psp and that could play with me unless I can play online. I find myself playing my DS online quite abit despite its "portable" nature, why can't the PSP titles be doing the same thing. Why is their WIFI? So I can have a flashy orange light in the corner?
4-04-2007 @ 8:50PM
Steven Bailey said...
I'm sorry Kade. I'm glad demon worshipers appreciate Worms as well.