Brutal Legend Rocking Its Way to Steam

Will Brutal Legend have a better reception on the PC? If the controls are better, Double Fine can have all of my money and then some.

Brutal Legend is finally making its way over to PC via Steam on February 26. Don’t believe me? Check out the Steam storefront and get to throw your money at the screen.

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While Brutal Legend charmed some metal and Double Fine fans, it failed to make much of an impact on most console gamers because of its odd mixture of action and RTS elements. RTS games just don’t feel at home on a controller — but they are certainly within the domain of the ol’ mouse and keyboard crowd.

The game is currently up for preorder on Steam, which kicks $5 off the full price of $19.99 for those of you excited to see one of Double Fine’s biggest projects finally come “home.” Preorder holders receive access to the multiplayer beta and get two ultra-snazzy Team Fortress 2 cosmetic items in the process.

Will Brutal Legend have a better reception on the PC? If the controls are better, Double Fine can have all of my money and then some.


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