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Blood BowlBlood Bowl is being designed by Cyanide studio's the creators of Chaos League, its a "game" of American football played by the insane warriors of the fantasy Warhammer universe.
Based on Games Workshoprenowned board game, Blood Bowl will allow you to create and manage teams that will take part in epic battles where fair-play is for sissies.
Various races of players are available : Orcs, Goblins, Elves, Dwarves, Humans, Lizard Men and Chaos.
Once you've picked your team, you'll be able to progress it through the various leagues, taking on opponents that have their own particular strategies.
Blood Bowl will be playable in two modes :
- Real-time : for fast-moving and action-packed matches
- Turn-based : for a more strategicgame.
A multiplayer mode is also planned so that leagues can be created and managed on-line.
Follow link for first preivew of bloodbowl there's no gameplay on this video and far from final:
here's an email I thought would make an interesting topicmullen1200 wrote:wow thats really funny. Dude dont say chromehounds tops huxley. Its not got a tenth of the features huxley will. Get serious
For one i wouldnt call them MMORPG's more like MMO'action just correcting myself anyways
In both games you get to upgrade your guy or mech via weapons armour effecting speed etc
In both games you get to cosmetically colour your guy (In chrome hounds you can even design your own pictures and stick them on)
both have an ongoing world / battle where you effect the overall outcome of the world either against ai or human
Huxley has skills but lacks in the amount of customisation CH has a large amount of items
one you get experience to get better stuff(skills) the other you get money to buy better equipment
both has three playable factions with unique skills/items
I agree Huxley is looking great but if CH hounds can get away without a subscription I think huxley could do it to even if it ment like dropping some of the features like setting up shops and walking around communities talking to ppl "yawn" I think id rather go with out the little watered down RPG features and not have a monthly cost, there are much btter MMORPG's out there if i wanted to setup a shop and walk around talking to ppl
A tenth of the features? thats a hard call but as far as the what i would consider the main features, well look above
I played system shock2 (very similar to Oblivion in style) to death, and greatly looking forward the prequel Bioshock but it looks like gamespot is calling it a SCI-FI FPS.....I like games which I call "FantasyFPS" or as the other guy above pointed out could also be called FPS RPG's
To call them "fantasyFP games or RPG FP" would be incorrect as that would include all RPG from that perspective including turn based. The type I only like are the ones that are real time with a first person perspective and are twitch based and that in that fantasy/sci-fi setting with that little bit of added depth. Now saying that this genre "fantasyFPS" should be excluded from the FPS family well that your opinion but I think it has it rightful place.
And now when I say Oblivion fans will like this game I guess I meant the FantasyFPS fans more than the RPG fans and Im talking more about the theme of the game which to me seems very SteamPunk Vs CyberPunk which would be appealing to fantasyFPS fans IMO.
also compare COD3 multiplayer (WWII FPS) to Dark Messiah multiplay (Fantasy FPS) the fundamentals are the same, its perspective is the same, its style "twitch" is the same, your abilities / powers increase as you progress, I really fail to see the difference except for the theme, one is using spells and arrows and the other bullets and rockets!
I guess it may be the word shooter in FPS that associates to guns and guns only. I think games can span more than one genre and its silly to try to categorise them into only one just look at the tags for Oblivion, yes FPS is in there.
....well im looking forward to casting my spells in Bioshock.
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