Blood Bowl 3 reviewed by Leana Hafer on PC, also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.
While it’s easy to recommend the Blood Bowl 2 Legendary Edition to have a gory good time with, you’d struggle to come up with a reason why this sequel needs to exist. There’s less reason to recommend it over its predecessor than an especially weak year of Madden or NBA 2K. It’s a sloppy, muddy, buggy rehash of a better game. Sure, the strong core mechanics can still lead to some tense, exhilarating matches, but you could have all of that with a much sharper presentation in the version that came out during the Obama Administration.