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Submitted by Cyrus365 1717d ago | review

X360A: Brutal Legend Review

X360A writes: "No doubt everyone is well aware of Brutal Legend by now, as the Jack Black fuelled marketing machine was in full swing for months prior to the game's release. Something that is an unusual trait for a Tim Schafer game, which generally enjoy slipping into existence under the radar and then attaining a cult following over time. Still a rock-and-roll odyssey featuring Mr Black is surely onto a winner, especially considering the obvious love for the genre that has been bestowed upon this title. The real question here is whether the game, as with the source material, is going to be to suited to all tastes." (Brutal Legend, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 86/100

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