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Brütal Legend Videos and Trailers - PS3

Brütal Legend
Game Description:A project for Vivendi Games from Tim Schafer's Double Fine Productions team, the minds behind the acclaimed (and hilarious) Psychonauts, Brütal Legend is a wild rock-and-roll fantasy epic where heavy metal means "heavy" and "metal" in every way possible. The game features Jack Black in the role of Eddie Riggs, a roadie of a virtuous metal band who has been pulled back in time to learn his true purpose. Offered the wealth and knowledge of an ancient kingdom in exchange for assembling a legion of his own design, the roadie commands a barbaric mob of demons, dragsters, amp stacks, leather, and chrome. Together they thunder across the land in the ultimate Tour of Destruction, driving the ancient world headlong into the Age of Metal. In this fantastic world crafted from rock and hard rock, big-block V8 engines were dug out of the ground like minerals. Exhaust pipes were cut from trees made of chrome and a luminous sky was lit up with heavenly lighters held up by the gods!
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