Summary: Great soundtrack. The idea behind the game is fun. But it turns into the same repetitive thing over and over after a while. Too band they didn't do what GTA did and release the soundtrack. Some great, rare or hard to find tracks in here. Also voices by Ozzy, Lemmy, and Rob Halford, so that's cool.
Summary: A couple of years ago i bought psychonauts, a game made by Tim Shafer, and loved it. It was original, fun and unique. since Brutal legend was made by the same guy, i simply had to buy it. I was somewhat disappointed. the game isn't bad by all means, but it's just not that good either.
Summary: Jack Black can't save this game. I found it mostly annoying both from a conceptual and gameplay standpoint. There was some cool graphics. Basic hack n slash with some extras. The music was metal, good or bad. Clearly overhyped.
Summary: Okay so I picked this game up about a month ago because I downloaded the demo and it seemed like it was going to kick ass. So I thought...The beginning of the game was fun to me and then I slowly progressed through the game and then came the RTS (Real Time Strategy) aspect of the game and I just...
Summary: First let me say, I really wanted to love this game. I really did. The demo had everything I love in gaming, funny dialog, excellent atmosphere, and great chracters and voice acting. And it was lots of fun. Now enter the full game and I was left with a serious love/hate view of this game.
Summary: I really wanted to like Brutal Legend. After all Tim Schafer is one of the industries best known storytellers. Sadly after finishing the game my conclusion is that Brutal Legend is more hype than substance and more filler than unforgettable experience.
Summary: This game is artistically and stylistically beautiful. And because it comes on bluray disc the HD sequence in the beginning looks fantastic. The game is more than decent. What is annoying is from time to time the camera's do odd things that make it difficult to do some moves.