Brutal Legend and Iron Brigade also mentioned
Brütal Legend was originally released back in October of 2009 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and it's taken almost four years to bring the metal-inspired madness to the PC market.
On this week's episode of everyone's favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss hack and slash games.
Brütal Legend is a difficult game to play, not because it's bad, nor because it's literally difficult to play, but because it's obvious to most players that it could have been an absolutely astounding game.
In a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Kinect game from Warner Brothers Interactive and Double Fine Games: Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, see legendary games designer Tim Schafer face his hardest audience yet, as he tries to sell a new Zombie game he has created to a very particular company executive. The trailer […]
In a trend that is growing ever more common, an update to the achievement list on Xbox.com has revealed that a new pack of downloadable content is forthcoming for the latest title from Double Fine Games – Stacking. An update to Xbox.com has shown us that the new DLC will be entitled the Lost Hobo […]
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? No? Well Tim Schafer knows the way. Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment have proudly announced that the characters of Sesame Street will be coming to your Xbox 360 console later this year for a Kinect-controlled adventure, and that the title Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster will be […]
Tim Schafer is one of the most well-renowned creative minds in gaming today. When news leaks that his team of developers at DoubleFine Games are working on a new title, invariably discerning gamers will get ants in their pants in anticipation. From February 8th, their new puzzle title Stacking – produced in association with THQ - became […]
The first Brütal Legend downloadable pack will hit the PlayStation Store on November 5th 2009. Dubbed The Tears of the Hextadon, the pack will include two new multiplayer maps: The Circle of Tears and Death’s Fjord, as well as the Blade of Ormagöden axe, courtesy of the fine folks at Double Fine, Sony, and EA. [...]