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Submitted by - Ghost of Sparta - 1940d ago | review

Ve3tro: Brutal Legend Review

Thomas Worthington: "It pains me to say it but Brutal Legend is hard to love. It's got only good intentions most of which starts off charming but things quickly take a turn for the worst. The gameplay becomes stale, the script becomes tired and the humour just seems to vanish only to make a handful of jokes here and there.

If you're heavy on your metal then Brutal Legend will serve as a hilarious commentary for your favourite genre of music. Others will find that the game just doesn't live up the expectations that preceded it." (Brutal Legend, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

DonCorneo  +   1940d ago
didn't IGN give this a 9.4 or something?
LMOA!!1!

proof that opinion/reviews are bought

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