Summary: This game is to heavy metal what "Wreck it Ralph" is to video games. I don't know if Jack Black had a heavy hand in the development of this game, but I do know that the music choices are inspired, and not always the most obvious choices.
Summary: The game took about a month to arrive at my house but I didn't really mind because I only bought this because I had a little extra money on my account and I wasn't sure what to buy. The game case was in perfect condition when it arrived and so was the disk. I've had no problems so far.
Summary: I think this game is fun to play and it slowly gets harder which is cool and there is so much that you can do. I bought it for my husband but I play it more than he does. the only think I don't like about it is that you can only have one game started.
Summary: Got this Game for 5 bucks. Had to buy a mop after it completely melted off my face. The Heavy Metal gods reconstituted it, but they left some pretty nasty curse words in my mouth after they were done.
Summary: Brutal Legend is a game unlike any other, in some fantastic ways and in some others that aren't so stellar. Throughout the entire span of the game you never forget what is at it's core: Metal. This game bleeds metal and it's incredibly obvious who the target market.
Summary: Brütal Legend, developer Double Fine's heavy-metal opus, transports players into its mytho-rock-ical universe with screaming, fiery abandon. Seriously, if you ever wanted to know what it would be like to live inside heavy-metal album covers, creative director/designer Tim Schafer's vision is as...
Summary: Brutal Legend is about a roadie who gets sucked into a mystical world of metal and must defeat all evil in the land. You know it must be great when it features Jack Black voice casting the main character, and is made by Double Fine, the same people who brought you Psychonauts.