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  • Blog Post: Brutal Legend User Review

    I first heard about this game from GameInformer, and it seemed pretty cool. But it was one of those types of games where you go "You know, this looks cool, but I'm probably not going to buy it." It got lumped in there with games like Shadows of the Damned, Guitar Hero: Metallica, Batman... More
  • Blog Post: Brutal, Humorous, and Imaginative

    Brutal Legend is a game unlike any other, in some fantastic ways and in some others that aren't so stellar. Throughout the entire span of the game you never forget what is at it's core: Metal. This game bleeds metal and it's incredibly obvious who the target market. For a gamer like myself... More
  • Blog Post: Tim Schafer creates a beautiful (If not Heavy) Metal wonderland.

    Initially, the game Brutal Legend may not be love at first sight. What with this game not being part of a blockbuster franchise and the fact that the creator Tim Schafer isn't very well-known outside of the Video game industry may block people from gaining much interest in this game. Please, do not... More
  • Blog Post: Heavy Metal Opus Melts Faces, Misses Some Notes in Process

    Tim Schafer's Brutal Legend is a tough game for me to judge. In some respects, it's everything I could ask for in a video game. The entire story centers around the world's greatest roadie Eddie Riggs as he is teleported into a legendary world of metal. Every character and environment seems... More
  • Blog Post: my review of brutal legend

    This game is so friggin awesome the music is amazing and the story and enimies and everything is so original and new and just probably one of the best games ive ever played More
  • Blog Post: A World More Exotic Than French Kissing

    Brutal Legend is the latest game from videogame mastermind Tim Schafer. The visionary game director who always creates quirky, imaginative worlds, memorable characters, and fun although generally by the numbers gameplay. Starting with adventure games like Maniac Mansion and Grim Fandango, then hitting... More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Legend is Both Legendary and Brutal

    This game needs to choose an identity. It offers an open world and exploration, actiony combo moves, upgradable vehicles and weapons, button tapping music solos, and large RTS style battles. I am all for mixing genres but ultimately this many directions left me wanting a more polished experience in some... More
  • Blog Post: It restored my faith in the Metal

    As far as story line goes, Brütal Legend is amazing. I grew up in the 80s/90s listening to many of the bands featured on the soundtrack, but as the music became more Kabbage Boy, less Motorhead (and as I took off my blinders and broadened my musical horizons), I found myself dragging out those old... More
  • Blog Post: Beautiful but Flawed

    Brutal Legend has incredible artwork – the environments are stunning in both their beauty and creativity, the characters were bizarre and fascinating, and the story was clever. I really enjoyed the opportunities to immerse myself in the world, but it always took a little bit of work to ignore the... More
  • Blog Post: My usual Good vs. Bad review (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS! You have been warned)

    My usual Good vs. Bad review (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS! You have been warned) So, I have been following and waiting for this game almost a year and must say, I have a lot of mixed emotions... This game is good, actually, it's great! But there are some things that kinda make it frustrating and avoidable... More
  • Blog Post: You Can't Kill the Metal...

    Score: 8.25/10 Brutal Legend Xbox 360/PS3 Developer: Double Fine Publisher: EA Release Date: October 13, 2009 Pros: Hilarious voice work and dialogue, unique worlds, fitting soundtrack, relatively enjoyable multiplayer, loads of collectibles Cons: Targeting can be a pain, repetitive side missions, no... More
  • Blog Post: My brutal legend Review

    This Game is like a metal rockers fantasy come to life as much as it is fun and makes up in RTS gameplay this Game IS like a fantasy I would create anyway. Though The main character of the game is named eddie riggs voiced By None other than Jack black.. And the guardian of metal is voiced By our father... More
  • Blog Post: rocken gameing

    the game is full of metel it is for rockres more then gameres More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Legend is the way of Metal

    Finally a game that gives metal heads praise. This game is beyind belief. When will you be able to see Rock Gods like Lemmy Killmeister, Lita Ford and OZZY FREAKING OSBOURNE in a game together. The stage battles are sweet. The creatures look like they were just ripped off a Heavy Metal album cover. The... More
  • Blog Post: Now this is Metal !!!!

    I loved this game plain and simple. It was creative and new. Now yes it was a type of hack and slash but be honest with yourself you have a certain love for those kind of games. Plus how many times can you count that you drove a muscle car around, talked to Ozzy, Killed demons with a awesome rift and... More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Legen on the Xbox 360

    Do you love METAL? Do you love playing Strategic RTS-style battles? Do you love Jack BLACK? Then this is the game for you! Tim Schafer, game director, did an amazing job on this game. The story goes that Eddie Riggs (Jack Black) is one of the greatest roadies that can fix and build just about anything... More
  • Blog Post: This was a funny enjoyable game.

    I played this game and i thought it was extremely fun game to play if you are looking something that is just funny and a joy to play pick it up. Because after a day of playing Gears and getting lag switch all day and being driven crazy...this game mellows me out. More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Legend for Xbox 360: A Great Game!

    Yes, I watched one of my friend play the demo of this game on the Xbox 360 (a pretty long demo). Quickly, I was 'attracted' to the game. The way it centers around a rockstar, working for a goal. A good story; quickly you could tell that he was the good guy too. At first as you start the game... More
  • Blog Post: Metal is what Metal does

    Brutal Legend is a very metal game. So metal in fact, that it has cool cars, hot babes, demon slaying, a creature with a guillotine for it's tail, an awesome all-metal soundtrack, and voice acting by metal gods Ozzy Osbourne, Lemmy Kilmeister, and Rob Halford. That's not to say it doesn't... More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Legend Review

    The game was great. To start with anyways. I rented it and was kinda dissapointed after beating it in only 6 or 7 hrs the first day. The story line was awesome. It was very solid and fun to play. Then after the game you can do a bunch of secondary missions. I hate them I'm not going to lie. They... More
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