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Let me preface this review by saying that I am not a huge fan of metal music nor of Jack Black. I listened to some Ozzy when I was growing up, and I think Jack Black is OK, but those weren't the reasons I bought this game. In fact, the first time I heard about this game, I had zero interest in it. However, playing the demo, reading some interviews with Tim Schafer, and seeing some of the art behind this game completely changed my mind.
The art in this game is fantastic - the world, the character design, the "legends" you uncover, even the user interface - are all a joy to encounter. I never got tired of finding a new viewpoint and watching the camera pan across some fantastic heavy metal landmark. And the various heavy metal demons they've thought up are brilliant.
The story is top notch. The plot of the main quest, and especially the "legend" back story are really well done.
The voice work is truly excellent. It really brings the characters to life.
The humor - maybe I have the mind of a 13 year old, but the game made me laugh out loud several times and kept me with a constant mental grin.
The music - even though I'm not a huge fan of the genre, it really fits the game world.
The world continues - once you beat the game you can keep exploring or finish side missions you haven't yet completed. And there seems to be a bridge to nowhere - maybe a possible DLC single player continuation? I sure hope so.
The single player campaign is short. I don't think you are really enjoying it if you finish it in 6 hours like some are claiming, but I had about 3 really in-depth sittings before I finished it.
The time you spend on the ground with your axe is even shorter. I enjoyed the first couple missions the most, where the game had you dungeon crawling a bit and defeating a boss enemy at the end. Gameplay shifts quickly to the troop directed stage battle mechanic, which I wasn't really expecting.
The side missions are repetitive, and actually not all that numerous. I finished them all shortly after beating the game. Make sure you seek out the uniquely named side missions though - some of them are real gems.
You will be doing a lot of driving around. Several of the missions involve racing your car or driving around and blasting things. I actually enjoyed this part of the game, but it does seem like you are constantly in the Deuce.
The world is kind of small - it's not as expansive as say Fallout 3 or Oblivion. But I think it suits the game pretty well.
You can shock just about any four legged creature and ride it - I don't think I really realized this until after I beat the game. I don't think it will particularly help you much during the game, but it's kinda fun =D
After completing the game and exploring what I thought was pretty thoroughly, I've only completed about 40% Of the game according to my trophy score. I only discovered a little more than half of the bound serpents, and I find myself lacking the motivation to "complete" the scavenger hunting and the rest of the single player trophies. (How in the world can there possibly be that many things still left to find??)
I'm not a huge fan of the RTS style stage battles (I know Tim Schafer claims it is NOT an RTS, but..) I haven't yet played a multiplayer stage battle and I'm not real enthusiastic about doing so, and that is a BIG part of the replay value. You'll probably enjoy the game a lot more if you like the stage battles, but I'm not sure what type of player they are aimed at. For hardcore RTS players I'm sure it's really simplistic, and for those of us who just prefer to hack and slash, it starts to become a chore. You may enjoy them, but it didn't float my boat.
Overall this is still one of the best games I've played all year.
This is a great game that incorporates different styles of games into one. There are elements of Rockband/Guitar Hero, button mashing, troop assignments and driving. The music is great and it has a great soundtrack along with the voice over of Jack Black who brings his classic comedy along for the ride. The graphics are not great, but they are not bad either and the graphics are not the reason you play this game. The only problem I had with the game were the battle stages that you have to complete over and over again. The battle stages get progressively harder (as they should) as you go along, but its the same thing over and over and it gets dull after the 2nd time you do it. I'm not a huge fan of strategy games where you have to deploy your troops and assign them to do various things so that is the main reason I didn't care much for the battle stage aspect of the game. Overall the game is very unique and it's worth playing.
This game is to heavy metal what "Wreck it Ralph" is to video games. I don't know if Jack Black had a heavy hand in the development of this game, but I do know that the music choices are inspired, and not always the most obvious choices. There are also cameos from the metal world, such as Ozzy Osbourne and Lemmy Kilmister, as well as Brian Posehn. It's delightfully cheesy and over the top in just the right way. The combat is a mix of real time strategy and single player brawling, both of which are functional, but not especially awe inspiring.
Brütal Legend, developer Double Fine's heavy-metal opus, transports players into its mytho-rock-ical universe with screaming, fiery abandon. Seriously, if you ever wanted to know what it would be like to live inside heavy-metal album covers, creative director/designer Tim Schafer's vision is as close as you'll ever get. It's got its issues, but overall, Brütal Legend is a hell of a lot of fun.
Brilliantly realized heavy-metal world Stylish and varied combat Great performances
Story raises more questions than it answers Multiplayer isn't terribly deep Occasionally clunky controls
The game took about a month to arrive at my house but I didn't really mind because I only bought this because I had a little extra money on my account and I wasn't sure what to buy. The game case was in perfect condition when it arrived and so was the disk. I've had no problems so far.
Now, the game itself is pretty fun IMO. Controls are easy to learn and the game is easy to get a hang of. Nothing complicated about this game. Also has funny dialog and a great soundtrack. Only problem was that the game was a bit short or at least could have used more content, maybe some story DLC would have been nice. Long story short, I would recommend this game to any of my friends for the price I paid for it.
P.S. Just in case it matters I bought this for the Playstation 3
I think this game is fun to play and it slowly gets harder which is cool and there is so much that you can do. I bought it for my husband but I play it more than he does. the only think I don't like about it is that you can only have one game started. you can not start another game without erasing the one that is already saved. but other than that it is a good game and if you love Jack Black you will love this game
This game has an amazing and funny story with incredible visuals. Combine that with great voice acting, and it's worth playing despite its shortcomings in terms of gameplay. The demo leads you to believe it's an action adventure game, but underneath it's really an RTS. I'm not a big fan of that genre, but luckily the other elements held up well enough for me to want to finish it. Overall, the humor is what sets it apart from the crowd.
When playing the demo you find a real fun action game with a little driving and some co-op action with the other NPCs. What the demo doesn't show is that its also an RTS. Its a weird mix. I still enjoyed playing the game and was able to complete it. But don't play it solely based on the demo. remember there is RTS and if you struggle at those types of games those sections could be tough for you.
This is a great game the secondary missions were repetitive but the gameplay was so cool like god of war and gta in the same blender and add it cool rock songs you got brutal legend also jack black is there you know the chubby guy that is not funny anymore
I got this for my brother as a Christmas present. He loves guitar hero and probably got a dozen other games for Christmas as well. This was the first one out of it's box, so that should tell you something. He had a great time playing it. It isn't a game I would have bought for myself, but it is a fun game overall.
The graphics are along the lines of the guitar hero series but it is an adventure game. The game itself can be weird and kind of funny at times.
It isn't for everybody, but for the people it was designed for, it is perfect.