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Brutal Legend

The Ranking

81.08% Overall Rank: 3208
PlayStation 3 Rank: 322
2009 Games Rank: 3199
2009 PlayStation 3 Rank: 322
Score based on 39 reviews

Description

From the mind of Tim Schafer (Psychonauts, Grim Fandango) comes Brutal Legend, the ultimate heavy metal action game starring Jack Black (School of Rock, Tenacious D). You are heavy metal roadie Eddie Riggs, hurled back in time to the mythical Age of Metal when the world was formed and ruled by the power of Rock! Armed with a broadaxe, a guitar, and a big block V8 you set off on an epic quest to assemble an army of headbangers, hotrods, barbarians, demonic dominatrix and the undead. With the wings of a demon and the power of a Rock God, you must lead humanity in an epic war against its barbaric overlords, and carve your name forever into the Brutal Legend. In Brutal Legend, you'll roam through a massive open-world born from the hell fires of heavy metal. In this world you can rev up any vehicle, rock its weapons, and crush the enemies of metal. You'll also learn to devastate with your guitar, playing face-melting solos that actually melt the faces of your enemies, command savage armies, bang skulls in hand-to-hand combat, and rise like a bat out of hell to command blood-drenched action from above. As if that wasn't enough, you can slay your friends and foes online, then play guitar licks on their graves! Of course, Brutal Legend is only complete with the most ultimate heavy metal soundtrack ever assembled in a game.
Release Date: October 13, 2009

Latest Reviews

SiteDateTypeRating
PlayStation LifeStyle 11/01/09 Review 5 out of 10
Gaming Target 04/05/10 Review 7.5 out of 10
gamrReview 10/01/09 Review 7.8 out of 10
GamePro 01/01/10 Review 4.5 out of 5
Fragland 12/11/09 Review 79 out of 100
D+PAD Magazine 10/26/09 Review 3.5 out of 5
Playstation Official Magazine US 12/25/09 Review 4.5 out of 5
Playstation Official Magazine UK 12/01/09 Review 8 out of 10
Play UK 12/01/09 Review 79 out of 100
RealGamer 11/09/09 Review 7 out of 10