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Submitted by Nic_Bunce 272d ago | opinion piece

[Continue Play] Retrospective Review - Brutal Legend

Revolution in their minds, the children start to mosh…”
- Black Sabbath – Children of the Grave

Brutal Legend - stylised Brütal Legend because that makes it more metal – is the 2009 action-adventure game by Tim Schafer of Double Fine Productions, the studio behind the cult classic Psychonauts. The game comes with a pretty big disclaimer: this is a metal game about metal in a world where metal is not as metal as metal should be. If you don’t like metal, jump ship now. (Brutal Legend, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

NukaCola  +   271d ago
Such a letdown. That amazing demo got me to buy what I thought was an open world action adventure game. What I got was a really bad rts game. I loved the enthusiasm but it wasn't the game I hoped for.
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Chapter11  +   271d ago
One of the most underrated games of all time. I don't understand why people hate it so much just because of the RTS elements.

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