Blood Bowl 2 Review: A Game Of Luck

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Developed by Cyanide Studios, Blood Bowl 2 is a game that combines football and RTS.

It has 2 teams with 11 players each. One team tries to carry the football to their goal while the opposing team tries to prevent them and repossess the ball themselves. Each player possess different abilities which will set the tone of the game.

To make it simple it is a strategy based game turn-based. You line up your players to take full advantage, plus be aware that different positions have different features and undertaking plots. To protect your “thrower” so he that he can complete a pass, just get your lineman to form a barrier. Each move you make is to be done keeping in mind what your opponent can do.

The teams are consist of the distinctive tribes of that world, varying from Dark Elves to violent Orcs. Each team outdoes in different environments, with Elves are great at running, while Orcs are good at killing their rivals.

Blood Bowl 2 really makes it look real. As a substitute of trying the ball carrier, the defense has the capability to attack any player and ensure to remove the player out of the game for good.

So far it sounds good, trust us it would be, if it was not depended on random dice rolls. After positioning the player but before you take any action, you are supposed to roll digital dice. Every action is administered by luck and even though you can move players around to upsurge your probabilities, you are depended on the dice. This technique makes all the planning look stupid.

To makes matters worse the match lasts anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour. Multiplayer is still better as it introduces a human touch and also the play is bit fast but it has its own problems.

The teams in Blood Bowl 2 are extremely unstable, with some teams requiring vital capabilities like simply throwing the ball. The biggest problem is find a match. There are 128 teams, but to find a match quickly is really frustrating. You have to create a tea, then join a league, and hope that someone is online keen for a match as well. .

This game has potential and has the wit plus loaded with character. The only thing is annoying the luck of its potential is depended on the random dice roll.

Picture courtesy- bloodbowl-game.com


by techtalks @TechTalks October 19, 2015 12:17 PM UTC

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