Posts Tagged ‘Blood Bowl II’

Maim, Threat And Match: Blood Bowl 2

By Adam Smith on April 15th, 2014.

As far as I’m concerned, the important tasks for any new Blood Bowl 2 trailer to accomplish are as follows:

1) Show me which races will be available so that I don’t expect to be writing about an Ultimate Skaven Edition in three years time.
2) Attempt to convince me that the camera movement and turn-flow will be as smooth as a freshly shampooed dwarf beard.
3) Go some way toward showing that turn-based tactical trouncing is a bigger draw than ‘comic’ commentary.

The video below does not accomplish these things.

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Blood Bowl II Wants To Show You Its Grass

By Alec Meer on November 21st, 2013.

Its crowds and players and logo-adorned ball too, but mostly grass. Thick, lustrous, individually-bladed grass, with shadows and everything. It’s like kicking a ball – and some heads – in a Crysis game. Whether these are screenshots or bullshots remains to be seen, but they’ve done the intended job of making me goo “ooh! That looks lovely, in a spiky-shouldered, maiming-heavy sort of way!”
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And Also: Blood-To-Bowl Manager Revealed

By Alec Meer on March 5th, 2013.

It’s a good year to be a Blood Bowl fan. Well, unless you’re one of those folks who can’t abide developer Cyanide. (I think they try to do a lot of interesting, ambitious things, but often end up fluffing them). Not only is a sequel to the relatively faithful and quietly successful 2009 PC adaptation inbound, but there’s now also going to be Blood Bowl: Star Coach, which is to the Warhammer-themed sport of crunching heads what Football Manager is to the sport of foot-to-ball.

Cyanide are at the helm of that one too, and it’s going to be free to play.
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Balls For The Ball God – Blood Bowl II Announced

By Alec Meer on February 26th, 2013.

Nuffle be praised!

See that picture above? That’s quite literally all there is to tell you about Blood Bowl II right now.
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