Brutal Legend (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts Xbox 360 games
Description:Model ID brutlegxbox / Genre: Action & Shooter / Suitable for 15 years and over / Release Date: 2009-10-16 / Published by Electronic Arts
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Customer Brutal Legend (Xbox 360) Reviews (7)
by - written on 31/03/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
When I read about the upcoming release of Brutal Legend in the official Xbox Magazine, I was really excited! Jack Black, Metal and Brutality? Sounded like my kind of thing. Reviews for the game pre-release looked promising, and I was looking forward to buying the game on release day. The game was released in the autumn of 2009 by EA Games and Double Fine; I went down to my local Gamestation to get myself a copy. Gameplay: You play the character of Eddie Riggs voiced by Jack Black, a roadie in the real world for a god awful band called Kabbage Boy. He is transported to a fantasy world of metaaaal! There are over 80 different characters in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
As a huge metal fan, I was quite excited when I heard the news of Brutal Legend. And on top of that Jack Black, Lemmy and Ozzy would also feature in the game? Great! Thy shall feast on the awesomeness that is Brutal Legend, and bask in the pool of heavy metal perfection, for here is but a game that is more wicked than Satan himself, more evil than Death and more rocking than the Stones. Double Fineeeee. The story is bizarre, but a good type of bizarre. You play as roadie Eddie Riggs, he prides himself upon pleasing the fans and ensuring the show goes to plan without ever being seen. Eddie is mysteriously transported to a far away world, ruled by demons and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Brütal Legend If there's one person who I feel slightly sorry for in gaming, it's probably Tim Schafer. He's a fantastic game designer with some quality adventure games like Monkey Island, Grim Fandango and Psychonaunts. But, as Psychonaunts recently proved, they suffer from disappointing sales. Psychonaunts, in particular, barely managed to scrape in the 100,000 sale margin. However, despite some nasty lawsuits from those di*** at Activision who wanted the game back after dropping it, we're finally getting Brütal Legend from Double Fine and EA. It's finally time for Heavy Metal to make a comeback with this tribute to an understated music genre. Are the crazy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Brutal Legend =========== Brutal Legend is a non-stop homage to Heavy Metal. You step into the shoes of Eddie Riggs the greatest roadie of all time. Who must gather an army, to start a revolution and rid Heavy Metal Heaven of a grave evil. The writing is sharp and humour is present throughout the game. The cut scenes have embedded cameos and in jokes for any Metal fans to relish. Jack Black lends his voice to Eddie and he does it fantastically, you can really tell he loves this character. Actually all the voice acting is of a high quality as is the character development throughout the game. The graphics are cartoony but still suit and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10, updated on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I must say, this game has good outcomes when I saw the trailer in June, I was really looking forward to having in Rocktober (October) and by the time it was released, I bought it straight away and my, my, my its awesome! The storyline is absolutely brilliant, You play as Eddie Riggs (Jack Black) who is a metal roadie that transports to the age of METAL after an incident in a concert encounters many outcomes such as demons, chicks, headbangers, you name them, Tim and the team has just got great imaginations. The story drags you on, but the letdown that people tend to say is the Stage Battle mode. To be honest, I find the stage battles entertaining, yes it ... Read the complete review
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