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Loot Ninja Preview: Impressions – Brutal Legend

Loot Ninja:
Brutal Legend is the long anticipated heavy metal saga from DoubleFine, and Electronic Arts.

The basic storyline is very good, you are the greatest roadie that ever lived. You die on stage trying to save one of the snarky hip-hop/rock band members that you work for (I think this is a not so subtle dig at Limp Bizkit, and Linkin Park type bands). You are somehow magically transported to a world were Rock and Metal are not just music and legends, but ethereal powers and tangible weapons, such as The Seperator (a battle axe) and Clementine (your trusty Flying V Gibson guitar). (Brutal Legend, Xbox 360)

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