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‘Brutal Legend’ PC Review | StickSkills

StickSkills said, "Legendary game designer Tim Schafer is known for his insane ideas and strong sense of artistic direction. Having left LucasArts after working on the classics The Secret of Monkey Island and Grim Fandango, Schafer formed his latest studio, Double Fine, and released the cult classic Psychonauts, and simultaneously cemented his place in the pantheon of game innovation. Double Fine’s next game, Brutal Legend, was even more ambitious and was met with solid acclaim and admirable sales. Double Fine moved onto smaller projects as an independent developer, but quietly began to port their game to the PC. Over three years later, we’ve got it; it’s just as good as you probably remember it, and good time to give it a shot if you don’t."

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Lvl_up_gamer1238d ago

I really loved the story and characters in this game.

Using some of the best Rock & Roll stars of the 60's and 70's was just fantastic and how they were represented in the game and created into characters in this Rock & Roll world was so much fun.

Every time I look at my library, I just want to grab it and throw it back in....however I just end up grabbing Halo, BF3, NHL or MLB currently. Soon, very soon I will go all the way and actually grab it off the shelf instead of just looking at it and thinking "man I really want to play this again".

PeaSFor1238d ago

evrything was cool...but the gameplay.

ApolloTheBoss1238d ago

The game was pretty good. But the tower defense was kinda unnecessary.

TuxedoMoon1238d ago

Yeah I agree. The game was funny and good till the tower defense thing screwed it up. Not a bad game, it should've stayed to what it was doing before that point.