Summary: where to start...I am an avid fan of Blood Bowl. I have had many years of enjoyment from playing the table top version by Games Workshop. The video game developers I felt did a fairly good job in representing the game itself, but there are many bugs to contend with. the primary bug which makes the game unplayable, unless you like going prematurely gray, is the dice emulator. The game is a turn based strategy game. it is divided into 2 halves of 8 turns each.
Summary: Blood Bowl Team Manager is one of the best games of 2011 by far. There's a lot of strategy in the game, with each team having a different play style and strategy required. There's a bit of a hitch in a 2 player game, but in 3 to 4 player games; Blood Bowl really shines.
Definitely a must-have for your collection.
Summary: Blood Bowl Team Manager is a great card game which combines both the excellence that Fantasy Flight brings to it's products and the brilliance of what I believe to be the best all time Games Workshop game (Blood Bowl) as it's source material.
It's a little bit deck-building, a little bit dice-rolling and a lot-a-bit strategy and fun.
Summary: Most people right away will assume this is just a newer version of the Mutant League games due to the cover being kind of similar. Those people will be wrong ;). I had read some poor reviews for this game and decided to give it a whirl on PSP, I liked it so much I went out and bought it on XBOX 360 as well, it's primarily the same game just online capable and nicer graphics of course.
Summary: This game really isn't for the regular fantasy gamer. There are more football rules then expected and a little hard to follow at times if your not sure on some of the terms. The teams are well rounded though, my only complaint is the special players and the cost of getting them.
Summary: Let me begin by stating that I have played the original table top Blood Bowl game for many years, so the overall game is not a new experience to me. I have read many people trying to say it is a rip-off of this or that and let me be clear - it most definitely is not! It is a faithful adaptation of the table top game. Now I have to say, with that in mind, the game is a lot of fun! You have to use tactics and careful planning to challenge your opponent.
Summary: This game is based on an old RPG-type board game. I never played it. I did play Mutant League Football for Sega Genesis eons ago and was looking for a similar game (since EA is doing nothing with the property). This game is nothing like that (except for the maiming). But it is still fun once you get the hang of certain gameplay elements. You take turns moving your players (running, passing and blocking) to set up plays and score a touchdown.