Neoseeker : News : Brutal Legend “unfairly vilified” due to poor messaging, says creator Tim Schafer
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Aussie Legend Sep 6, 12
Brutal Legend 2 plz Mr. Schafer!
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BlackScythe Sep 6, 12
The problem I had with the game, despite enjoying my time with it, was it was incredibly shallow and short.
It lacked leveling of an RPG.
Lacked the depth of a RTS.
There was little to gain by exploring, so while the world was nice and well made it seemed boring since there really wasn't anything to find.

Wasn't worth $60 to me.
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oni_hero Sep 6, 12
The game was amazingly fun and inventive, and I loved the way masters of rock and metal were used in the game.... The real problem I had was Jack Black. You can't make me look and listen to him for that long or I will start to hate you a bit inside. Honestly I just can't stand Jack Black. The game had other problems, but that was my major issue with it.
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kik36 Sep 7, 12
This game is how old????? Sorry Tom, I moved on years ago.
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Abyss Raider Sep 7, 12
Sad too, this game was really good. Jack Black was great, and so was Ozzy. Enjoyed the combat and the characters, design, and environment (and I was in love with the giant fire-breathing dog beasts you could ride later in the story.) Most of all I just enjoyed driving around listening to the amazing soundtrack, with its huge range from Motley Crue to Dethklok. Major hell yeah to the rockers it was. I enjoyed it a lot.
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