Inspired by the Warhammer Fantasy world, Blood Bowl is an ultra-violent combination of strategy and sports games. The Legendary Edition features 20 playable races, including 11 that are totally new, each offering its own game style! Make a competitive team, train it and buy the best equipment.
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リリース日: 2010年10月28日


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Inspired by the Warhammer Fantasy world, Blood Bowl is an ultra-violent combination of strategy and sports games.
The Legendary Edition features 20 playable races, including 11 that are totally new, each offering its own game style! Make a competitive team, train it and buy the best equipment. Brutal victory after victory, improve your players' skills to make them into true Blood Bowl players!
This is a no holds barred bonecrunching sport! Even if tactics are your favoured route, you can also choose from a large selection of incredible and vicious moves: bribe the ref, devastating spells or illegal weapons…
Blood Bowl Legendary Edition also includes new stadiums and new game modes such as the "Story" mode. Here you will learn of Blood Bowl's origins and play the sports' most legendary matches in its most spectacular stadiums!
Blood Bowl can be played online. Create your team, improve it and lead it to the top of the official rankings! Develop your own private internet league to organize your own tournaments!


    • OS: Windows XP SP3/ Vista SP1/ 7
    • Processor: Pentium 4 2.4 GHZ/AthlonXP 2400+
    • Memory: 1GB (XP)/ 2GB (Vista/7)
    • Graphics: 128 MB 100% DirectX® 9 and shaders 2.0 compatible (NVIDIA GEFORCE 6600 / ATI RADEON X700 or higher) Not compatible with SLI. Intel, SIS and Via/S3G graphics controllers non-supported
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB
    • Sound: DirectX® 9 compatible
    • Multiplayer Requirements: Internet connection required for online gameplay.
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Jolly good! A marvelous and sophisticated, sportsmanlike activity, which compels rugged, dashing and well mannered players to gently push each other out of their paths, as they valiantly attempt to transport the ball into their opponent's goal line. Whereupon each side humbly congratulates the goal scorer and bears no grudges upon the next kick off. Friendly medical staff stand by to treat the occasional scratch or bump that the players might suffer now and again. All-in-all, this is a very gentlemanly sport, which promotes goodwill and ....

AAAAAH! Who am I kidding? If you believed that crock, then you should not buy this game!!! Because you'll only find violence aplenty, grudges, spikes, bad tempers, kick-em-when-they're-down tactics, haymakers, broken backs, ugly ruffians, even uglier players, blood red grass, bribery and all those other things that fans enjoy in a ball game. RAAAAGGHHHRRR!! (That part was added just for effect)
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one of the greates strategy game ive ever played.

if you like fantasy, strategy and a bit of football then you should try it
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I have over 500 games in my Steam account, and the vast majority of them are still unplayed. So now I'm dedicating an hour to each of these games and writing a series of One Hour Reviews. An hour isn't very long to judge a game on, so think of this as more of a first impression, and take this review in the spirit in which it's given. Be sure to read other reviews from players who have spent more time in the game.

One Hour Reviews #26 - Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition

I had heard of Blood Bowl, and knew it was based on a tabletop game, but otherwise I did not know anything about it. So going in, I had no idea what to expect.

Since I hadn't played before, I started with the tutorial, hoping it would help me understand how to play the game. After waiting awhile for it to load (longer than I would have expected), it opens with a pair of commentators to explain the rules of the game, with some groan-worthy humor thrown in.

The tutorial starts out simple enough by explaining the basic camera controls, and how to change cameras. Then it covers "tackle zones" and placing your teams starting positions for the kick off. It also explains the concept of re-rolls, which allow you to re-roll a die result, with each team only getting a limited number of these.

But things quickly get complicated once the actual gameplay starts. The game is filled with all of these different skills that players can have. Each skill acts as a conditional modifier, depending on the situation. For example, when picking up the ball, the game will "roll a die" and if the roll is too low, then you'll fail to pick up the ball. But, if your player has the "Sure Hands" skill, then the player gets a second roll when the first one fails.

It seems that pretty much every action in the game has one of these skills associated with it. If I try to pass the ball, there's a 'Pass' skill that lets you re-roll a failed roll. The game also starts talking about stats like Agility, and some kind of "Agility Table" that is used for skill checks, but apparently you have to read the rules to see that.

Next the tutorial moves onto blocking and pushing past defenders. Now even more skill checks are coming into play. Here the roll is based on the Strength stat, and not only are there skills for influencing the block result, but also whether or not players get injured or not.

As the tutorial continues into movement, dodging and blitzing, and even more die rolls and skills, I can feel my eyes starting to glaze over. By the time the tutorial gets to the first turnover, I am pretty much lost. I'm just kind of reading and nodding along at this point.

Just to give an idea of how quickly the tutorial starts piling on skills, here's one of the things it tries to explain to me: "Since Krug Painspear has the tackle skill, Jean-Paul mussen is knocked down with a 'Defender Stumbles', even though he has the Dodge skill, which would normally allow him to regard that as a simple push-back."

The commentators swear that although it sounds complicated, it's all really easy after a few games. I'm not so sure. I'm reminded of this episode of Star Trek where Kirk has been captured by these gangsters, and he introduces them to a card game called Fizzbin. Only the game doesn't exist, and Kirk is making up the rules as he goes, and the gangsters are completely confused as Kirk tries to explain the game. That's exactly how I felt after finishing the tutorial.

So clearly there is a learning curve here. So it comes down to whether or not it's worth spending the time to learn the game. If you are a fan of the board game, then it seems pretty obvious you'll enjoy this as well. If you like tabletop war games in general, and aren't intimidated by rules, then it's also likely you'll enjoy this. But if you are more of a casual player, then this game will likely go right over your head as it did mine.
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While Blood bowl is a great game to play (Seriously, I've logged over 300 hours on this one!) You want the Chaos edition. On the other hand, sometimes it can be cheaper to buy this one AND the Chaos edition than to buy this one alone...
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投稿日: 2014年6月27日

Ah, what fun it is to play the good ol' Blood Bowl! I used to play the tabletop version and fell in love. This version has all the charm (and frustration) of American football gone medieval, the best strategies lain waste to bad dice rolls, and multiple races with all the expected strengths and weakness common with Warhammer fantasy. The upgraded commentary from our two favorite Blood Bowl aficionados, Jim (Vampire) and Bob (Ogre), keep a smile on your face with every result... even the ones that go against you. The rulebook is also included from the tabletop version to define everything you need to know about the game.

I prefer playing the turn-based "Blitz" mode, which allows for some customization of your teams, players, and adds additional flavor of spells, crowds and riot-causing fans, as well as player equipment (upgraded helmets, pads, etc which add to your abilities), bribing the ref, and many more. I love to win and hate to lose because this game make you sweat for every inch of the Pitch (playing field)!

For the first time player, tutorials are included. The game is easy to learn but does have some complexion in the variety of rules to be tracked. I recommend to put it on easy mode and play a couple games to get the hang of it after you do the tutorials.

Multiplayer mode is also available and I use it! My friends who play with me love to rant and rave about the worst roll or that last second catch at the end of the match that scored the game-winning touchdown!

WARNING! This game will test your frustration limits! I mean, COME ON!, how does a strength 2 halfling charge a strength 6 minotaur and KO him!?? WTH, man!? LOL!

Again, I loved it back in the 80's when I originally played it tabletop, and this brings back all the fun! It did so well that it received a go at "Blood Bowl 2"!
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