Prepare for the most brutal E3 yet

News posted by Ryan on May 26th, 2009 at 10:39pm GMT

Official Brutal Legend E3 siteAs you’re probably aware, E3 is a yearly trade show that brings together the games industry and press. Although it looked like the event was history a couple of years ago, it’s returning to full throttle this year — and it’s opening up to regular consumers, too.

It’s going to be an especially exciting week for Brutal Legend fans. To get things started, Brutal Legend designer Tim Schafer is going to open himself up to questions from Twitter-using followers of the game on June 2nd.

All you have to is message @BrutalLegend with the hashtag #E3BL after 6pm PST on June 2nd. If you don’t have a Twitter account, head over to the official Brutal Legend E3 site for an alternative way to submit questions. You’ll also find a countdown to the chat event.

And while you’re on the official Brutal Legend E3 site, you’ll notice that not only is there a new ‘Brutal Thoughts with Jack Black’ video coming on June 2nd called ‘Human Video Game’, but you can also win a real-life version of the Tenacious D guitar! Simply sign up for the official newsletter to stand a chance of caressing that sweet, sweet guitar.

Besides all this, expect a slew of new Brutal Legend previews, media, etc next week!

2 psychos have commented on this post
1. Coggs 8 years, 1 month ago

I gotta say, I am totally stoked for the amount of news, screens, videos, we are undoublty going to get about Brutal Legend in the comming weeks and of course all the other great video game news from E3.

I already signed up to win the sweet as guitar. I am glad there doing some awesome promotions for Brutal Legend already.

2. Mykal 8 years, 1 month ago

Nice as this sounds I am really conflicted by it. This being I hate twitter, but I do love Brutal Legend. Twitter what it is as a whole is what I hate about it. Simple as that.

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