It is too easy to miss a game like Blood Bowl II, first because it is a sport based on a little hitch in our country and secondly because we are talking about a sports game movement turns title. These two factors are enough for many players have ignored reasons, even have not heard of this sequel to the faithful adaptation of 2009 Cyanide Studio of Blood Bowl, the game of football based on the board game created by Games Workshop.
Honestly, I had never tasted a title based on the sport, not the famous board game, but without being a hardcore fan the universe Warhammer has always seemed fascinating. The show, the magic of American sports, this curious mixture of ingredients and of course a predilection for the strategy pushed me to become one of the most sensible acquisitions that have been performed since the console launched Sony. Continue reading Blood Bowl II