WGTC’s Worms Battlegrounds Review Deserves Attention

It's a lot of cutesy, wormy, strategic goodness, even if it isn't devoid of flaws.

It’s a lot of cutesy, wormy, strategic goodness, even if it isn’t devoid of flaws.


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.

Worms is always fun, even if it's not always packed with lots of extras and aesthetic glory.

Worms is always fun, even if it’s not always packed with lots of extras and aesthetic glory.

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.

Congrats, Jacob!

Read Jacob Davis’ Worms Battleground Review Now

One thought on “WGTC’s Worms Battlegrounds Review Deserves Attention”

Worms = Awesome.

Period.

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