Summary: I'm biased. There's a nostalgia factor involved here that simply cannot be impressed upon those who never played the board game. This edition includes some of the more oddball races but it's still great fun. Irreverent sports commentators, semi-adult jokes, just plain bad humor with some good mixed in? Again, just great fun and tremendous replay value.
Summary: I wish you could set up a league with people you know and fill in some of the team with CPU. We have tried to start leagues of 12 players or more but always have problems with getting everyone to play there games in a timely manner. Other than that a good game.
Summary: Although the game still does not compete with the board game (this may partially relate to nostalgia and camaraderie from playing the board game growing up), the legendary version makes great improvements. I particularly enjoyed the story mode which sets up scenarios you must complete. This forces novice players to work all facets of the game, even those they may not be used to. Of course the different races allowed brings the game closer to the board game.
Summary: this game is totally frustrating for sp. the manual is about as sparse as my bald dads hair. and yes, ive read and dll all the player created faqs etc. for $8 its not quite as horrible as say, my sisters bff, but its bad. might try multi but its pretty hard to want to fire this pos back up again. <edit> okay after just getting use to the ai doing what it does this game is fairly funny. more so if you drink when you play.
Summary: I have never played Blood Bowl, the classic board game from Games Workshop, but I've always wanted to. I've read and heard countless times that Blood Bowl is the best game GW ever produced, and playing in a tournament league always sounded like the most fun that could be had in the miniature hobby by the way people talked about it. Anxious to try to game, I picked up Blood Bowl Legendary Edition PC game when it was recently on sale.
Summary: I bought this mouse mainly for the four thumb buttons. I figured it may work for mapping them to WASD for movement. The problem is, you can't map most keys on the mouse to a keystroke, so I actually had to create a macro to do a single key press for each one. It took a while to get it all working just right. I also had trouble with macros working in different games (SWTOR, GW2 beta, and Rift).
Summary: Well it's pretty and the ergonomic shape feels really good in my hand. I also like that it doesn't feel as though it is made of cheap plastic (one of the issues I have with the Cataclysm edition mouse. Unfortunately this is not a good replacement for my Cata mouse, which seems to short out sometimes (in game settings I just untic & retic the check box for it to recognize the cata mouse.
Summary: The SteelSeries World of Warcraft Legendary MMO Gaming Mouse is a comfortable mouse with lots of highly configurable button options, at least for WoW. For comparison, I was previously using the venerable and excellent Logitech G5 gaming mouse, which I still love and use for all other games. The SteelSeries mouse has many more buttons, and has a nice pulsing illumination, which you can customize or completely turn off if you wish.