Electronic Arts and Double Fine are still using Jack Black to promote Brutal Legend, a totally-not-an-RTS released earlier this October. In fact, this afternoon, another Brutal Thoughts commentary starring the rubber-faced musician hit the wire.
We have no problem with either of these parties utilizing Black’s star power, or even pushing the product after its fall release, but this particular video reeks of old: in it, Black tells the game owner how to cope with multiplayer jerks and predicts that Brutal Legend will have a “massive” (x5) online following.
Right, well, the video is available in the header. But before you leave, those of you that own the game, chime in and tell us how often you take Brutal Legend online. We like to know these things. For research purposes, of course.
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