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Submitted by skynidas 1771d ago | preview

NZGamer: Brutal Legend Hands-On

NZGamer writes: "Tristan caught up with Brutal Legend at E3, and confirmed what we had all hoped: that it would be a fantastic, apocalyptic, bloodthirsty and ultimatley silly-as-hell action game. Wow! The developers haven't disappointed a bit. I've had my chance to tool around with the game, so here's my (very brief impressions).

It's great to get a game sometimes that really requires nothing more of you than slamming on a button and making demons explode. In Brutal Legend, you get to do just that. Whether by musical axe or the much more old-fashioned battle-kind, you will rend your way through the bodies of bad-guys and badder-girls on your quest". (Brutal Legend, PS3, Xbox 360)

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