Submitted by Cat 1690d ago | review

Blood Bowl - ZTGD Review

ZeroTolerance writes: Blood Bowl is based on the tabletop game of the same name. The concept was invented over 20 years ago as sort of a fantasy football type of board game that included character resembling those found in the Warhammer universe. Cyanide studios released a PC iteration of the game last year and now it has finally arrived on Xbox 360 with much anticipation. Don't be fooled by the cover though; this game may look and sound like the classic Mutant League Football in appearance, but it feels more akin to the source material. Long-time fans of the series will likely be happy that the game is finally coming to consoles, but a few technical hiccups make it hard to recommend this version over the PC outing released nearly a year ago. (Blood Bowl, Xbox 360) 6/10

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