The world's favorite spineless superhero returns in a 3-D adventure that, at first glance, appears to be a worthy successor to the original 16-bit version of this classic action arcade game. However, there's no squirming past the squeamish truth ofEarthworm … see full wiki
This game was terrable. Bad graphics, bad plot, classic moves and gameplay gone, it was not made by the same comepany who made the first two, and it ended up when it was done to only seem like a good idea! This is another great game that got killed when it was trasfered to 3D (Bubsy 3D anyone?), and just lacks more thought. Now this doesn't mean there's no hope for another Earthworm Jim game, Sonic had a few dissaster's in the 3D world on Saturn until SEGA learned to use the classic moves and feel to a Sonic game, so Jim might have a chance. But I think he should make one more 2D game before entering the 3D world again.