Submitted by Lavalamp 938d ago | review

Brutal Legend PC Review | Gaming Trend

Gaming Trend: "I’d say the PC version of Brutal Legend is worth throwing money down for, at least for anyone who liked what they saw of the console version but didn’t have the means to play it, or who just plain never got around to it. While nothing really new has been added, it’s a serviceable port of a game that still stands out as unique, in a world that has yet to be replaced – or even challenged – in terms of its unique setting and storyline. $19.99 USD is a more than fair price to ask for this game, and considering how Steam discounts usually go, it won’t be long before this title is an absolute must-have for anyone who can tolerate the curious RTS design decisions." (Brutal Legend, PC) 84/100

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