Jack Cusumano


New Brutal Legend Art

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In the world of gaming, Tim Schafer is a legend. Hell, I grew up playing Schafer’s games – from the Monkey Island series to Day of the Tentacle, then later masterpieces like Grim Fandango and Psychonauts. Between the absurdist writing in these games and my appetite for Calvin & Hobbes and Ren & Stimpy, my warped, ’90s sense of humor was nurtured into what it is today. Naturally, anything coming out of Tim’s Double Fine studios is on my radar, and I have been psyched about Brutal Legend for a while. Now we seem to be getting regular updates, mainly batches of gorgeous screens like these (via Kotaku). Schafer’s games have always had a strong sense of bold, visual style, and these screens are no exception. Reminds me of the aesthetics in those late-night MTV cartoons of the ’90s, like The Maxx. Oh, and voice acting by Jack Black can’t hurt, either. Check out more after the jump.

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Check out the rest at Kotaku.

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