Excerpt: BLOOD BOWL (PSP) A few years back a title was released on the PC named Chaos League. This was just a tiny bit reminiscent of Games Workshop's specialist table top fantasy American football board game, Blood Bowl.
Pros: It's Blood Bowl of course . . .
Cons: . . a severe lack of challenge from the dopey AI renders the game hugely unenjoyable .
Summary: This is a highly playable game, which is very true to the board game. BUT, do not buy it until the fixed version is released (whenever that is) because the Campaign Mode which is the basis for longevity of the game has a bug in it which means you don't get to play more than 10 games before the...
Summary: Unfortunatly the game on the PSP does not allow you to save your progress after 10 hours of play!! therefore making it pretty pointless!! I dont know what you can do about getting it replaced or if the makers are withdrawing it?! A great shame!!
Summary: I have been playing blood bowl the tabletop game for years. I managed to get hold of blood bowl game for psp in France (they got them in July) Having not seen the PC version, I cannot compare, but it really feels like the PSP version is a water down version of the PC game.
Summary: Gameplay is fun, a good adaption of the boardgame, and the turnbased play works well on the PSP... However, it was released to the UK market with known bugs, notably that saved game files corrupt after 10 hours play, making continued campaign play impossible.
Summary: Simple really Good game but could have been much better Slow dice game faithful to board game Good fun and worth money Graphics good for purpose Poor sound but again ok for purpose Ignore the Save Game review - simply untrue works fine
Summary: You know what you are getting with Blood Bowl. This review is to serve as a warning regarding the save system, not to review the game, which is average. It has been ADMITTED BY THE DEVELOPERS that is simply DOES NOT WORK AS INTENDED.
Summary: Blood Bowl is a sports game (in a lose sense of the word) based around the Warhammer 40,000 Universe. Basically, you choose a race, create a team, and battle it out in mini-leagues until you get to contest the "blood bowl". To most of the world, it is a bit like American Football.
Summary: (This review is written to counter-balance some of the 1 star reviews above). The first reviewer has done a good job of summarising this game. it's Blood Bowl, and a very faithful version at that; it has, in my opinion, very good team development opportunities; it has a few niggles here and there,...