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.
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.
Summary: I like this game, but my enjoyment was ruined by everyone who told me about this game. I was told many things, like "Fan Factor Doesn't Matter" "halflings are terrible" and many other things. Well fan factor matters if you don't want half your team downed, and halfling ents are painful.
Summary: Blood Bowl is a very deep game, it will take time to learn but you can play this for ages and still have fun. I am not giving 10 to the game because the AI is too stupid (-1 point), so you have to play multi, that is fine but there is not an async mode (-1 point).
Summary: As a long time gamer, QA and Warhammer fan. I must defend this game. While not going overboard the game is damn good and it punishes you buy killing your players, so if your the kind a guy that tries to make something work flawlessly don't play it.
Summary: Most people right away will assume this is just a newer version of the Mutant League games due to the cover being kind of similar.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...
Summary: I've had a lot of fun with this game. I used to have the board game when I was a kid but never really got to play it much. They really did do a good job on creating the Blood Bowl experience for the video game genre.
Pros: Almost flawless translation from board game to video game. This is a turn based game if you aren't familiar with it.
Cons: There is a Legendary version available with twice as many teams and more stadiums, too. Don't buy this version, make sure you get the Legendary Edition. It's $40 new at retail, but you can find deals on it semi-regularly.
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!
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).