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Somehow I had never heard of this game and wanted to give it a shot. After installing the Revolutions portion (which took a while amazingly) when I went to play it I was informed I'd have to go to the Playstation Store to renew the license for it. When I clicked OK I was told I'd have to pay almost $8 to renew it! I checked another part of the game (which, again took a while to download) and was unimpressed with how simple and bad the game actually was. Even if your a big fan of Worms I'd avoid this as you're going to have to pay to play it all...
Worms Revolution is a good time. It's an entertaining game that's worth playing with a group of friends or even during a small party. The controls aren't the greatest, but they're easy to learn and adapt and simple enough that even small children can figure it out relatively quickly.
Where the game falls flat is the writing and the single player campaign. Single player levels fall into two categories, embarrassingly simple once you figure out how to do it and ridiculously difficult. There is no learning curve for the computer. They will either leave you alone while you use some little quirk in the terrain to one hit kill them, or failing that (Or in levels designed for this), they will bounce grenades off walls, down crevasses, and in the most impossible ways to get to your works. The computer's AI sill often sit there (In timed levels) and just think. Sometimes for 20 or more seconds before just jumping rope (Skipping their turn).
Ultimately, this game has a lot of flaws as a complete game, but is worth picking up if you're having friends over or buying if you normally do things like that or enjoy party games.