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Submitted by egm_hiphopgamer 2140d ago | video

Brutal Legend Is The Rock Band Of Adventure Games

Brutal Legend since first being announced looked amazing and had potential but gamers was still unsure of the project. E3'09 was a good test to see this game in a great hands-on light and it really delivers. (Brutal Legend, PS3, Xbox 360)

Darkfiber  +   2140d ago
Please...don't compare this to Rock Band. I was actually looking forward to this, please don't ruin it for me.
egm_hiphopgamer  +   2140d ago
this game is great man trust me you'll love but in terms of rock band it's a rock and roll adventure game so imagine if rockband had a major story mode attached to it. even in brutal legend you'll play some parts just like you do in rock band so it's a major compliment and a step forward for brutal legend in terms of the gameplay combination
Briefcase Joe  +   2139d ago
I was expecting 100 replies being a hiphopgamer article. I guess they are all on the other ones.
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