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Submitted by Cimboke 510d ago | review

Brutal Legend Review - Worlds Factory

If you are among those who did not play the title back in 2009, and at the same time you're looking for a bit of carefree action along with some immortal music and excellent characterization, you can safely take into account the possibility of spending € 15,00 to take home (so to speak) the game on Steam. Do not expect some cutting edge technology though, nor any innovations in gameplay, but "only" action and entertaining characters. However, the true fans of heavy metal music as well as lovers of that character named Jack Black may also raise five points on the final vote. (Brutal Legend, PC) 70/100

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