WGTC’s Worms Battlegrounds Review Deserves Attention
You know, gamers often don’t realize that critics don’t only review high-profile, AAA productions. Even if you don’t read all the reviews, you have to know that a critic spends the majority of his or her time analyzing less-than-popular games.
Sure, Worms is a long-running and widely beloved franchise, but it obviously doesn’t compare to something like Watch Dogs. And there’s a reason why we selected two great reviews to honor for Ubisoft’s latest; ‘cuz it’s that big. At the same time, we know that critics must work on all sorts of games and as such, those reviews aren’t allowed to be of a lesser quality.
WGTC (We Got This Covered) understands this; or specifically, critic Jacob Davis. He wrote up a great review of the freshly released Worms Battlegrounds and we’re not about to ignore his hard work.
Why We Like It:
— Just because the critic is reviewing a smaller game (from a budget and popularity standpoint), he still doesn’t skimp on the details. It’s very easy to do when you know the review won’t be read by ten gazillion people.
— The review appropriately balances graphics, gameplay and presentation. These are standard basics, but they too sometimes fall by the wayside when reviewing smaller productions.
— Makes helpful comparisons to past entries. When it comes to such long-running franchises with so many iterations, it’s always important to do this, and we’re glad to see it.