Nidzumi writes: "Games Workshop have had mixed success when transporting their tabletop games to the modern video game format, from the rather average Curse of the Horned Rat to the well received Dawn of War series. On paper Blood Bowl should be one of the easiest to transfer across as it is relatively simple – with no massive battlefields and 200 model armies – just two players, twenty models, a board and a rulebook. Beards and bellies are optional. Cyanide studios were a good choice after their Blood Bowl-esque PC game, Chaos League, and have managed to successfully bring Blood Bowl from board to screen. Almost too successfully. The game has been transported across to near perfection with every nuance and detail programmed into the game."