Inspirado en el mundo de Fantasía de Warhammer, Blood Bowl es una combinación extremadamente violenta de estrategia y deportes. ¡La Legendary Edition contiene 20 razas con las que puedes jugar, incluyendo 11 totalmente nuevas, cada una con su propio estilo de juego! Forma un equipo competitivo, entrénalo y compra la mejor equipación.
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Inspirado en el mundo de Fantasía de Warhammer, Blood Bowl es una combinación extremadamente violenta de estrategia y deportes.
¡La Legendary Edition contiene 20 razas con las que puedes jugar, incluyendo 11 totalmente nuevas, cada una con su propio estilo de juego! Forma un equipo competitivo, entrénalo y compra la mejor equipación. ¡Victoria brutal tras victoria, mejora las habilidades de tus jugadores para convertirlos en auténticos cracks de Blood Bowl!
¡Este es un deporte brutal sin ningún tipo de limitación! Incluso si las tácticas son tu estilo favorito, también puedes escoger entre una amplia selección de acciones increíbles y salvajes: sobornos arbitrales, hechizos devastadores o armas ilegales…
Blood Bowl Legendary Edition también incluye nuevos estadios y modos de juego como el modo "Historia". ¡Aquí aprenderás los orígenes de Blood Bowl y jugarás los partidos más legendarios en los estadios más espectaculares!
Puedes jugar a Blood Bowl online. ¡Crea tu equipo, mejóralo y llévalo hasta lo más alto de las tablas de clasificación oficiales! ¡Crea tu propia liga privada en internet para organizar tus propios torneos!

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Vista SP1 / 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 2.4 GHz / AthlonXP 2400+
    • Memoria: 1 GB (XP) / 2 GB (Vista / 7)
    • Gráficos: 100% compatible con DirectX® 9 y Shader Model 2.0 con 128 MB (nVidia GeForce 6600 / ATI Radeon X700 o superior). No compatible con SLI. Gráficas Intel, SIS y Via / S3G no soportadas
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Disco Duro: 5 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX® 9
    • Requisitos Multijugador: Conexión a Internet para el juego online
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Publicado: 10 de octubre de 2014
juego divertido y complicado variedad de equipos tacticas, es la reostia probadlo
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Publicado: 11 de marzo
Muy entretenido, ideal para cualquier amante del rol clásico. Buena fusión entre la guerra y el football americano. Se podría ahondar un poco más el tutorial para entender más rápidamente la mecánica del juego.
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Publicado: 4 de diciembre de 2014
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----------This is my review account, because the low playtime.
+ detailed athletes
+ beautiful stadiums
+ diverse animations
- but partly wooden
- up close muddy textures

+ loving implemented license
+ moody-brutal fights
+ atmospheric arenas
- little trappings like intermediate films

+ good effects
+ good music
+ funny comments
- which repeat quickly
- no surround sound

+ tuned difficulty levels
+ tutorial
+ balanced teams
- in the round mode difficult than in real time
- boring tutorial

Game Turns:
+ tactically demanding back and forth
- very high luck factor
- long term little variety

+ athletes with individual skills
+ players gain experience
+ extra weapons
+ many talents
- but a few active

+ motivating team management
+ player transfers and sponsors
- always similar tournaments
- in the long run very simple

Game Size:
+ solo playtime around 25 hours
+ 20 individual teams
+ rounds and real time mode
+ Individual tournaments and campaign
- few stadiums

It is sympathetic, the sub-genre of Brutal Sports is anyway understaffed and as Warhammer offshoot it comes moreover with a known name. It looks pretty, though not amazing and the gameplay is both unusual and entertaining. The luck factor does not bother me, since he sometimes helps me. Just a shame that I have seen after less than a week everything. Only the extensive online opportunities in a single or League has Blood Bowl thanks to them that I ultimately still had fun to rush my Wood Elves across the lawn! I'll Blood Bowl from now regularly pull from the shelf to wallop with my dwarves a few elves.

Score: 74 / 100

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Publicado: 14 de octubre de 2014
Got this for $5 when it was on sale last week. What a steal! This game is easily worth the full price. You don't even have to like football or warhammer to enjoy watching a lizardmen punch a vampire in the face!
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Publicado: 3 de diciembre de 2014
For sale on steam: Membership to a cult.

Specifically, the cult of Nuffle - Chaos god of random ♥♥♥♥ happening in an amusing way.
Welcome to Bloodbowl, a turn based tabletop sports game/religious ceremony of Nuffle based off the Warhammer fantasy boardgame of the same name.

For those unaware of Bloodbowl and what it is. It is essentially what happens when you take (American) football and set it in the Warhammer universe. For those who don't know American football, players take a ball and try to run it into the opponent's endzone, at the other side of the field.
This scores them a point, and whoever has the most points at the end of the match wins.
Unique to Bloodbowl, however, is that it's heavier on the action. Orks don't particularly enjoy making a run with the ball to see if they can score that way. They'll just get together and try to punch their way through the opponent's lines. And this can lead to injuries or even deaths on both sides.

Also different from the physical sport is that this is mainly turn based(A real-time mode exists too, if you prefer that). Players take turns moving their players and performing actions. It is surprisingly strategic and you need to think about your moves. You can do a lot of risky things, but your turn ends immediately if things go too wrong. If your players go down, if you fail to pick up the (Often slippery) ball, you score a point or you run out of time to make your moves - That's the end of your turn. This, combined with the chance based mechanics (It is based off a boardgame, dice are involved in pretty much all actions) and a critical success and failure system means that anything is possible. You can come back from the worst of positions, and you can always end up losing from the best of positions, but there is skill to be found here other than just random luck.

Skill, and strategy in Bloodbowl is not twitch based, build orders, or micromanagement. Instead of that, It's your risk management. If you can position your players so that they force your opponent to take risks, then it is likely that he will at some point fail at it. And then you can come in, get the ball loose, and try to score. If you do not know how to attack the opponent's defensive formation without taking unnecessary risks, you'll end up with players laying down and the opponent stealing the ball away from you.
The lack of 100% winning strategies, and chance based things mean that every match is different, and as such it has great replayability, variety, and new situations almost every time you play, while the online play, private leagues, and team progression means you will be able to play a long time without getting bored.

When things go well, and your worst player slaps down an ogre? Praise Nuffle!
When your elf catcher trips on his own shoelaces and breaks his neck? Praise Nuffle!
The end result of a match isn't the goal you're playing for. It's the journey there - If you don't take it too seriously you'll be able to enjoy this game, but if you can't stand bad luck where you can just roll critical failures every turn? It might just be frustrating then.

For fans of games that do things differently, or just fans of boardgames, I can recommend this. And if you're wondering about Legendary and Chaos edition then don't worry. They're compatible with eachother. You'll be able to play with people who own the other version too
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A 13 de 21 personas (62%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.1 h registradas
Publicado: 1 de octubre de 2014
It's a pretty cheesy game based on a board game about combining football and traditional dungeons and dragons.
It's pretty neat, BUT

Do not bother with this game unless you meet these three criteria:

1. Enjoy chess
2. Don't mind that at any moment the game can throw a big fat middle finger into any strategy plan you had at complete random
3. Have friends that also have this and want to play multiplayer.
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A 5 de 6 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.8 h registradas
Publicado: 11 de octubre de 2014
Definitely a different take on Football. I have always admired Games Workshop for their awesome tabletop selection, however the original Warhammer and Warhammer 40k figures were a bit out of my price range. Overall this is a really fun and challenging game, with plenty of humorous commentary to go along with the over-the-top concept of Turn-based Football Warfare. Highly recommend this for anyone who enjoys Turnl-based strategy and table top war games.
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Publicado: 3 de febrero
(tl;dr below)

After reading reviews and watching some videos, I discovered that this might be a tough game to learn. With that in mind, I bought the legendary edition for full price, thinking I could upgrade to the chaos edition after I learned how to play. That was yesterday. Well, today, the Chaos edition went on sale for $12 for the next 4 months. How positively unfortunate.

Well, for those of you looking for more info and less facepalm, the game is a far. I jumped straight into an offline campaign (classic mode, hard difficulty). I've only played the first 2 games, but they were both nail-biting, edge-of-my-seat fun. I won both games (first one came down to the last 2 turns, second one was much easier). I'm sure the competition will get harder as all our teams level up.

I noticed in the reviews people complaining about the RNG, claiming it's all dumb luck; after watching several games and playing 2 myself, this really isn't as bad as they make it out to be in my opinion. Look at all your options each turn, take the low-risk actions first, then go for the high risk actions at the end of your turn (or don't even take the high-risk actions if you don't need to). It's a strategy game about risk management, not a blind RNG hack and slash. You really need to think things through, or you are really going to hate the game. Yes, there's dice, and yes, sometimes those dice will want to violate you. Painfully. But it IS within your power to severely effect the LIKELIHOOD of such events. I was able to end the bulk of my turns by clicking the "End of Turn" button rather than bad rolls. The few that were ended from bad rolls were mostly high risk actions that I knew full well ahead of time might end badly, and I was sure to take those actions last for that very reason.

During the first game, I used up the full 4-minute time bank almost every turn to really look over my options. 4 minutes might seem like a lot, but when you are new to the game it goes by fast. At first I had trouble frantically trying to get through everything I wanted to before the time ran out. Fortunately, somewhere between the first and second game I started being able to regularly figure out my plans and execute them with a cool head and time to spare. It helped that I watched several pvp matches before I bought the game.

I can't say much about the rest of the game (all the different team strategies, game modes, skills etc), as I haven't explored it all yet, but I can say with confidence, I most certainly will. I do know that every team plays different, and that the way you set up each team (funds, skills, roster, formations etc) makes them play vastly different as well. Those different possibilities coupled with the fact that there is RNG involved really means there are many different game experiences to be had, and I look forward to trying them out. I am very excited to add this game to my library and wear it out, even if I DID buy it for full price the DAY BEFORE IT WENT ON SALE FOR 60% OFF FOR THE NEXT 4 MONTHS!


Just gonna forget that happened. Eventually.


Game -> Good
Be happy. Or infuriated due to dice rolls. But still somewhat kinda happy somewhere deep down.
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
40.8 h registradas
Publicado: 24 de octubre de 2014
At first I thought about buying it because it seemed like a football game. It is not. It is a board game.
That being said, it is an amazing board game with tons of strategy to be used by each individual race. Yes, each race has positives and negatives, but if you play your cards (rolls) right, you can beat any team with any other team. If I were to compare its strategy to any sport I would say soccer with a small mix of football. Marking players and utilizing tackle zones is your best bet.
All in all, I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys strategy, violence, or Warhammer. All 3? Absolutely get this game.
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 26 de noviembre de 2014
Blood Bowl is possibly one of the greatest tabletop games ever created. BloodBowl Cyanide is... a decent enough translation of that game to the computer, with the rules all translated pretty well barring the occasional glitch. At the current steam sale price of $7, you'd be doing yourself a disservice not to try it.

As to what the game plays like, it's more akin to Chess than Madden, with a fair amount of risk management thrown in. You of course need to score as many touchdowns as possible, but failing certain actions ends your turn, thus you need to be mindful of exactly what risk you are taking. Players can gain skills and level up, letting you tailor your team to a specific playstyle, but they also can debelitating injuries and death.

Just be prepared to throw yourself into MP, as the AI is garbage. It'll fool you into thinking it's cheating by performing outrageous plays, only because the nature of bloodbowl is that 1/6 times something will work no matter what, and when it falls flat on its face immediatly you dont realize what multi-layer insanity it was attempting. MP is alive enough anyway, with peak hours having anywhere from 200-350 players online, and at dead of night (when both USA and EU are asleep/working) there's still 30-50 online, so you can always find a match.

Also, do yourself a favor and search for and download the "Community Content Pack". It's 100% compatible with MP, and just adds a bunch of graphical niceness, such as extra skins for players so you can make sure your linemen all look different. Just make sure to go and delete the 256 color submod (Data/Manager/Colors folder) or else the team colors will get screwed up in matches between people who do and don't have it.

Lastly, before you play, go to and read the starting rosters sections, these will give you the most effective starting rosters for all the races for a new player.

Also this is a rather long TotalBiscuit segment showing exactly how the game plays, so you know the playstyle.

It's up to you if you think the price difference between this and Chaos Edition is worth a mesely 3 extra races, ontop of LE's 20. Both have access to the same MP lobby, and can play each other, so unless you REAAALY need to play as Chaos Dwarves, Khorne, or Underworld, LE will do.
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Work tirelessly online to build a competent team.
Labour over the hot irons of RNG to come out on top of your competition.
Watch in disbelief as your favourite player is killed by a halfling.
Re-roll dwarves.
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Publicado: 12 de octubre de 2014
its ok i suppose.... could be better with tackling explaned properly, nice engine but the way the camera jumps about between sides is anoying. mouse control lacking that precise touch with it being difficult to select your targets movement zones.
also there is an issue with reserve players and the inabilty to edit you team :ie as in who is playing and where ( the formations can only be done within game ) and i have still set to find out how to adjust my roster. all in all i am however hooked on this game and its very niche game style, dam frustrating and time consuming and hard to understand and play but thats why i like it...
not the run off the mill game, you get, you play, you win, you finish and you put down and never play again.... ohhh no
likely you will struggle to win..... and you will come back for more
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Publicado: 11 de febrero de 2014
Es lo ♥♥♥♥ mejor del planeta tierra. No te cansas nunca de jugarlo, solo lo dejas reposar un par de semanas y luego vuelves. Necesitas sangre, es una droga.
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Blood Bowl es una muy fiel adaptación del juego de tablero del mismo nombre, en ese sentido no hay queja. El problema surge cuando ves que el juego original es un juego donde la suerte juega un papel infinitamente importante, capaz de dar la victoria a jugadores malísimos y destrozar las estrategias perfectamente trazadas. Lo cual, empeora con el juego de ordenador, porque el lanzador de dados es cualquier cosa menos aleatorio, y pese a las mejoras desde el original a este, sigue dando problemas y errores con las repeticiones de lanzamientos. Lo cual hace que, cada dos por tres, las cosas no salgan como debieran. El sonido es pobre porque los efectos sonoros son muy escasos y no hay música, las voces de los comentaristas no están mal pero sus comentarios son demasiado escasos y se repiten infinitamente. Y gráficamente, incluso en su momento de salida, es muy pobre. En mi opinión, pese a la fidelidad de la adaptación, sólo vale la pena para echar unas changas con los amigos y ya. Un 4.
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blood al cul despres de comprar aixo
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En lo personal no me gusto el juego
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Publicado: 26 de noviembre de 2013
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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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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Publicado: 7 de noviembre de 2013
Its a faithful board game conversion that I am certain (despite rampant criticism) does not cheat. Unfortunately, the AI is so bad I sometimes wish it did. Even so, the game is fun in single player and more fun in multiplayer. As for the board game itself, it is strategic and occaisionally random enough to make it interesting. Game balance is kind of wacky (in the board game as well, some teams are difficult to play on purpose) but this only adds to the charm in my opinion. The bragging rights one wins when scoring a touchdown as the Halflings counts as a buff in my book.
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