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Game Description: This 3D action game from the mind of Tim Schafer is a beat-'em-up infused with the power of rock. Roadie Eddie Riggs (voiced by Jack Black) is transported to a heavy metal album cover come-to-life, where most problems can be solved with Eddie's extensive roadie skills. Metal legends Lita Ford and Ozzy Osbourne co-star.
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  • Latest 'Brutal Legend' Images: Rock Out With Your...Sock Out With Jack Black

    The latest imagery from Double Fine's upcoming Brutal Legend stars Jack Black. It has surfaced in somewhat of an "assortment". Earlier today, EA released a batch of high-res screens that were from the original trailer. However, OXM has grabbed a handful of new shots. Unfortunately, none are high-res. Oh well...still... anything new...

    Posted February 10, 2009| 13 Comments

    Latest 'Brutal Legend' Images: Rock Out With Your...Sock Out With Jack Black
  • Daily Wrap Up: 1.12.09

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Here's what happened today in the world of video games, technology, and pop culture: The Palm Pre has generated a ton of buzz, but here are some reasons you might want to think twice about it. Raymond Padilla shares his top-three picks of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show. Neversoft has...

    Posted January 12, 2009| 1 Comment

    Daily Wrap Up: 1.12.09
  • X-Play Previews the 'Big Ones' of 2009

    Everyone knows with a new year comes new expectations. New careers, new love, new things to learn, new adventures... but most importantly new games. Specifically, the AAA blockbuster titles that will probably fuel the mighty console wars of 2009 and account for approximately 75% of gaming forum posts. Let's start the new year right. Join Adam...

    Posted January 12, 2009| 95 Comments

    X-Play Previews the 'Big Ones' of 2009
  • 'Brutal Legend' Trailer Shows What 'Psychonauts' Creator Has Been Up To

    The creators of Psychonauts (Double Fine Productions) debut their latest creation involving Jack Black and an action-adventure ascendance to rock glory on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Brutal Legend is coming Fall 2009. Brutal Legend Debut Trailer Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted December 15, 2008| 20 Comments

    'Brutal Legend' Trailer Shows What 'Psychonauts' Creator Has Been Up To
  • Double Fine's 'Brutal Legend' To Be Published By EA

    Oh, what an excellent Friday it is, ladies and gentlemen! After months of alleged deal blocking, Double Fine's Brutal Legend finally has a new home! According to a company press release, the game will be published by Electronic Arts and supported by the company's EA Partners division. The release quotes Double Fine's excellent Tim Schafer as...

    Posted December 12, 2008| 26 Comments

    Double Fine's 'Brutal Legend' To Be Published By EA
  • Brutal Legend Discussion

    Posted: August 17, 2009

    1,983 Views | 03:23

  • Adam and Morgan Discuss Brutal Legend Multiplayer

    Posted: August 13, 2009

    3,572 Views | 01:15

  • Brutal Legend Tim Schafer Soundtrack Announcement

    Posted: August 10, 2009

    5,340 Views | 06:30

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Delays are a Good Thing!

    Posted: July 29, 2009

    26,007 Views | 05:14

  • Brutal Legend Preview

    Posted: July 29, 2009

    5,923 Views | 02:53


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