Picking up where he left off with Brutal Legend, it's been announced that comedy actor Jack Black will be appearing in a sort of "cameo" role in Double Fine's upcoming adventure game, Broken Age.
You know the song I'm talking about. "And if you want to be the teacher's pet / Well baby you'd just better forget it / Rock got no reason, rock got no rhyme / You'd better get me to school on time!"
A bit late to the party, this latest installment of Brutal Legends' Brutal Thoughts with Jack Black videos suggests you will excel at multiplayer by being the first to buy the game. Oh, and your mother is not a whore.
Rarely have we seen a promotional force as ripped as Jack Black... as Brutal Legend's Eddie Riggs. Black took his otherworldly game pimping powers to Jimmy Kimmel's late night talk show yesterday, showing the set's furniture who's the boss.
In an interview with USA Today, comedian and video game star Jack Black talks about his gaming roots and the today's release of Brutal Legend, starring him.
Did you watch the Video Music Awards last night?
The video does deliver nearly half a minute of new Brutal Legend gameplay and a few seconds of Black headbanging. That's something.
Eddie Riggs wields a battle axe with skill and grace in Brutal Legend. Jack Black, on the other hand, kills the boom operator. Are you kids out there getting the picture? Just because it's okay for a video game character to run around killing things with stylized medieval weaponry doesn't mean you should. The only…
I don't know about you, but for me it's gotten to the point where I prefer to see animated characters with Jack Black's voice over actually seeing Jack Black himself. I really dig his voice when he's singing, but there's something about his facial expressions when he acts that begs to be covered by a computer animated…
Jack Black's hosting Spike's 2008 "Video Game Awards" (their quotes, not mine). Here are a couple promos goofing on mo-cap. Being clever works. Poop jokes always work. And ping-pong peepees = can't-miss crowd pleaser.
What, no Samuel L. Jackson? Spike has tapped musician and actor Jack Black to their 2008 Video Game Awards, which will feature world premiers of God of War III, Uncharted 2, and many more.
It's been awhile since we've heard anything about Tim Schafer's Brütal Legend, which stars Jack Black as a heavy metal roadie who bleeds into his cursed belt buckle and is transported to Nordic Heavy Metal land. Lucky for us, MTV Multiplayer has the scoop directly from Black himself, who attended the recent MTV Music…