To read the official full length review follow the link here: Worms Revolution.
In the end, Worms Revolution is cute and fun if you're not taking it too
seriously. If you do, it will drive you nuts. This is definitely a game that will appeal more to a certain "type of gamer." Puzzle fans will appreciate the inherent creativity in the design. It's also a nostalgic trip for those who grew up with the franchise, but most will find
frustrations quickly thanks to control issues. The controls are finicky
at best, and delayed reactions and other issues lead to a lot of "Are
you freakin' kidding me???" moments. You really do need to
exercise patience. Trying
to rush through a level only results in starting fresh when you
accidentally overshoot with a jet-pack and land in the water for the
umpteenth time. Trust me, you'll end up banging
your head against the wall. The sad truth is I wanted to like Worms Revolution more than I did. Still, it's nice to bring back the ridiculous
carnage the worms always represented and it remains a fun way to waste
time, especially if you have some equally inept friends at your side (and some beers).
If you want to read more of my specific thoughts about the game, follow the link to read the full length review at Push Square!
Score = 6.0 / 10