Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 at 5:22 PM by Tim Bowers
Annelid aficionados Mastertronic today announced their barmy bunker of banana bombs and bazookas, Worms Collection, will be wriggling its way into stores on August 31st for Xbox 360 and 7th September for Playstation 3.
Worms Collection is the definitive gathering of everyone’s favourite garden-dwelling grenadiers. Consisting of Worms, Worms 2 Armageddon and Worms Ultimate Mayhem, Worms Collection spans over fifteen years of classic carnage-filled gaming, wrapped up in mystery crate and sealed with a loving poke!
The classic 2D strategy game that started it all, Worms is here in all its HD glory! Worms is an addictive mix of strategy and arcade-action that, while simple and easy to understand, contains real depth and massive replay-ability. Featuring endless fun with offline and online turn-based play for up to 4 players, this is golden-age gaming at its comically violent best!
Worms 2 Armageddon
Pushing the cartoon carnage into overdrive, Worms 2 Armageddon comes with stunning new visuals and an arsenal of apocalyptic arms. Introducing Super Sheep, Napalm Strikes, Earthquakes, and the legendary Concrete Donkey, Worms™ 2 Armageddon is an exercise in extreme execution. Including five expansions previously sold separately, this is a can of worms you’ll never want to close!
Worms Ultimate Mayhem
Worms Ultimate Mayhem is a souped-up, re-vamped, high definition reimagining of Worms 3D and Worms 4: Mayhem, bringing both games together in one incredibly over-stuffed, over-the-top package. Including all of the content from the original games, Worms Ultimate Mayhem also brings a whole host of anarchic additions – more single player missions, more puzzles, more customisation, more worms!
All three titles are available in one jam-packed package, crate-dropping into stores on August 31st for Xbox 360 and 7th September for PlayStation 3.
For more information on Worms Collection head to www.wormscollectiongame.com
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