"I’ve got no idea how it happened. Honestly, I don’t know, but Blood Bowl has made a stunning recovery.
What first charged its way into my world years ago as a superbly designed miniature board game from Games Workshop has managed to make its way back into my hobby time in the form of a pretty spectacular multiplayer video game. Cyanide Studios has invoked a strange moment of nostalgia, and it has caused me to reconsider this game as a whole, from its miniature-based origins, to its shiny new digital form. When I look at Cyanide’s Blood Bowl, I see Digital Amber: It has preserved a truly impressive game for the ages, but in doing so, has ultimately created a barrier between what first attracted me to the game and its new audience."