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Cyanide announces Blood Bowl: Star Coach
Posted: 05.03.2013 19:03 by Comments: 4
Cyanide Studios has announced that a free-to-play version of their adaptation of the Games Workshop board game Blood Bowl will be arriving in the Q2 2013 for PC, Mac and tablets, called Blood Bowl: Star Coach.

 
According to Cyanide, the game will be free-to-play, where players will build their own Blood Bowl team choosing from such races as dwarfs, elves, humans and orcs (among others), while developing an offensive and defensive playbook.

Gamers will enjoy online multiplayer matches via an online server with a ranking system designating the best coaches. The game will also feature a "Cabal-Vision" replay mode that will replay the simmed game play-by-play in full 3D.

Stay tuned for more info as Cyanide Studios releases it.

Comments

By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Mar 05, 2013
herodotus
More bloody Grid Iron. Try a game based on Rugby. It's much like American football only played by men.
By JonahFalcon (SI Elite) on Mar 05, 2013
JonahFalcon
Uh huh. Offensive linemen alone are 6'8, 370# and would squash some rugby player like a bug.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Mar 05, 2013
SirRoderick
Rugby is objectively more manly, you can't deny that silly :)

As for Blood Bowl, well that's off the charts.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Mar 05, 2013
herodotus
I'd pit an Aussie (or better yet, Kiwi) front forward any day against the over-grown, over-paid and steroid-loaded prissie grid iron players any day of the week. And they wear girl's padding and helmets - what wusses.
Anyway, rant over but this is the only thing keeping me from getting any version of "Blood Bowl" - Grid Iron. Don't like it, never have, and would rather a League game with Bandidos and Coffin Cheaters (as they used to in Australia before drugs took over) taking up against the Commancheros, sans Jock Ross the short-stacked pillock.