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Mixed or average reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Wet think it feels like Final Fantasy Tactics meets Madden. [Nov 2009, p.87]
  2. If you're part of the miniscule demographic interested in it, Blood Bowl is deep and often rewarding to play. [Nov 2009, p.66]
  3. The game will let the experienced player build a unique team and lead them to glory in the league or against like-minded PSP owning friends. But it's a game that a huge portion of the playing public simply won't enjoy due to the lack of actual sport in what looks on the surface to essentially be an American Football game.
  4. The novelty is short-lived, but in terms of tactics and squad-building it's nearly organised and surprisingly playable. [Nov 2009, p.135]
  5. The PSP-version of Blood Bowl is a decent port of the PC-version and is more focused and streamlined compared to its predecessor. This goes at the cost of a few game options, but except for the online-multiplayer these will hardly be missed.
  6. Between both handheld versions, the PSP one is the game that feels that it’s just a shrunken down version of the PC edition, just without the higher crisp graphics.
  7. The latest adaptation of Blood Bowl on handheld is just enough to become a good game, but nothing more far from that. It doesn't matter if you're playing on a Nintendo DS or a PSP, just note that the controls and the graphic style is very much the same thing on both games. Still it's a valuable game if you're looking for something different on the strategy genre.
  8. Bloodbowl results interesting in comparison with the many titles in the sports genre, and it merges it with strategy quite well.
  9. 53
    It's generally below the standard that any self-respecting fan should expect. [Issue#184, p.81]

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