Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. An old concept it may be, but what does that matter when you're having so much bloody fun?
  2. WWP will keep you playing for a very long time. With over 55 weapons, 40 single player missions, and a plethora of online and multiplayer deathmatch options available, WWP is a game worth investing in (especially with its incredibly low price tag).
  3. One of the most captivating aspects of Worms is the diverse array of options available for each game, effectively making it possible that no two games of Worms are alike.
  4. An unparalleled multi-player experience for the Dreamcast, full of style, humor and balls-out, dead-on physics, and is simply one of the all-time must-have Dreamcast titles in terms of replayability, laughs, subtlety and sheer nastiness.
  5. 82
    What we've got here is the same great Worms gameplay with a few fixes and additions that aren't exactly reliable, especially when it comes to online play.
  6. An excellent buy for newbies looking for humor and gameplay depth. While it doesn’t alter the franchise’s formula, it’s still as fun and frustrating as its predecessors.
  7. 70
    World Party’s simple goals and humor are universal, and can easily be enjoyed worldwide—but the game’s dragging pace and frustrating gameplay will have you swearing at the screen no matter what language you speak.
  8. If you've been a fan of the series, you'll be right at home in the upgrade, but for those who are just starting out, there may not [be] enough here to interest you.
  9. One of the few Titus-published franchises on DC (or any system) that's actually worth playing on gameplay attributes alone.

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