Summary: Did you ever feel that your RTS games were a little, well, socialist? I mean, you decide where all the houses go, what everyone should work on, how many units to have, and where they should be going at all times. I bet that maintenance cost even goes toward paying for universal health care!
Excerpt: It’s been several years since Brutal Legend came out on the consoles to much fanfare over its style and setting, but more than a little controversy about its chosen style of gameplay.
Pros: Brutal Legend’s world remains gorgeous and unique, The retail price is a good bargain – the inevitable Steam sale will be a steal, PC controls very much get the job done, A solid port, aside from some largely-addressed launch quirkiness, Metal fans couldn’t ask for a better game than this
Cons: The bugs are largely addressed, as said. But some still remain., Gameplay caveats about the original Brutal Legend still apply, Multiplayer is creative, but ultimately non-compelling
Conclusion: When playing remakes of old classics - both famous and unknown - you don't always know what you're in for. The core idea of the original and the whole appeal of the game can be completely bastardized into something modern and uninspiring, or the remake is simply just a cheaply done pile of haphazard...