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Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition download

Focus Home Interactive2010
SportUnconventionalAction basedActionStrategySports

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Game introduction title screen - cover
Intro game
Inducements
Organize your players
Activate manual camera
Everbold Unicorns
End of turn
Select push destination
Select strategy
Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition pc game
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Star player. There have been many titles based on Games Workshop's extensive line of tabletop games, from Space Hulk to Final Liberation and Shadow of the Horned Rat. There have also been several interpretations of Blood Bowl, their fantasy take on American football and if you fancy some bonecrunching action, then this is a great package to pick up. It includes the base game of Blood Bowl plus all the content from the Legendary Edition and three new races to try out, plus a few other bits and bobs. If you don't know the game, it's basically a fantasy sports game which allows you to play in either turn-based or real-time modes, pitting a variety of races against one another in an effort to score the most points. The main focus of the game is on the campaign mode where you start out with a rubbish team and attempt to get them to the top of the league, but there are also other options to try out. This version includes three new races plus a new mode, World Cup, which, as the name suggests, is a pretty epic competition for the most hardened players. Blood Bowl is a very fine interpretation of the tabletop game and if you're looking for a computerised sports game, this is a tough one to beat. The turn-based option plays out very much like its inspiration while the real-time mode adds a nice element of action and speed to proceedings, while still feeling like the real thing. The visuals bring GW's world to life in glorious fashion and the whole thing is dripping in atmosphere, so really, you can't go wrong with this.