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Submitted by Columbo 2416d ago | trailer

New Publisher Brings New Brutal Legend Trailer

1UP writes:

"Brutal Legend has finally escaped gaming purgatory thanks to Electronic Arts. So how did Tim Schafer and company celebrate? Why, by releasing a new trailer.

Brutal Legend joins a slew of other trailers debuting at the Spike Video Game Awards, but it sets itself apart once Rock God aspirant Eddie Riggs (voiced by Jack Black) starts commenting on how "weirdly sexy" one of the demonic bosses is. Yes, it seems that Tim Schafer's trademark sense of humor is alive and well.

So take a deep breath, then check out the video and see what you think of the new trailer. After everything that's happened the past few months, you've earned it." (Brutal Legend, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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MiloGarret  +   2416d ago
That was great! Thank you EA for making it possible for poor Mr Shaefer to release what is sure to be an incredibly fun game. Man, if EA keeps this up I may have to start respecting them... wtf!?
T-Baggins  +   2416d ago
Its about time, I want to play it now.

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