Board game night is my favorite setting for yelling at friends and eating food I’d be ashamed to order alone. Weighty dice rolls have a cozy home in the place between late night pizza and friendly banter—they’re a conduit for chaos, some high-level thought undermined by easy drama. But when a board game is removed from its intended context, it becomes something else completely. Blood Bowl 2 is emblematic of this problem. It may be reputable as a board game, but despite the slick, playful presentation and thorough online league modes, it loses a lot in translation.