Summary: I was so appalled at this game it actually inspired me to created a Metacritic account JUST to review this game. I played Blood Bowl:Chaos for about 20 hours before getting so furious at the lack of diversity in teams that I had to uninstall the game. If feels like 80% of the characters on every team have an agility of 3 or higher which results in every team playing the same strategy.. over .. and over .. and over.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The original "Bloodbowl" was a Amiga Game back in the 90is. Compared to the possibilities the developers have today i really have to say that they really didn`t do anything out of that great game idea. Just bought it on steam and was eager to get into it. But now after 15 hours played i will erase it.
Summary: i bought this game after doing some Research and i thought i might be good since i have seen it played on table top and i like some Turn base games but i must say this is the worst game i have ever paid for, the AI is shockingly so bad that they do the same moves over and over eg when they have the ball the AI tries to Surround the player with all the rest of the team so u can get near him all the time, The Dice roll is also on the AI side, it is so one sided that your...
Summary: Blood Bowl Chaos Edition apporte finalement peu de nouveautés. Avec sa copieuse fournée de modes, le jeu se plie toutes les envies du petit match simple pour passer le temps un véritable championnat, long et difficile. Le jeu est excellent et complet.
Summary: 7 points for being a good conversion of tabletob game. Problems that bug the tabletop are present in this one too. No matter how skilled you are in this game, it still comes down to luck what happens. Having a good tactics do help, but it won't help you to win. Too many die rolls will make sure that luck will be the main factor in the game. So bad players and good players will be on equal ground in this.
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: Well it is surprisingly fun once you've learned the rules and there is a ton of it. The game is diced based so expect a lot of frustrating moments when your strategy doesn't pay off because of a row of bad rolls but in the end winning is really rewarding.