Double Fine founder Tim Schafer has stated he would love to create another game based on the Brutal Legend universe.
Released in 2009, the part action-adventure, part RTS stars Eddie Riggs (voiced by Jack Black), a 'roadie' who is transported to a rock 'n' roll fantasy world where he has to save the human race from their supernatural overlords.
"I love that world and I would love to go back there", the Double Fine founder replied when Gamespot raised the topic of the game during a Broken Age livestream. "And I think [Jack Black] might be up for it, too."
"I would love to go back to that world or even just do a DLC pack," Schafer said. "We're always trying to get Lionwhyte in there, a playable Lionwhyte army. Maybe that would happen someday. I would definitely love to do that."
However, Schafer also explained that the original Brutal Legend cost around $25 million to make and so raising that much again for a sequel "might be tricky".
In CVG's Brutal Legend review, we said: "When it's good, it's simply awesome. For every dull moment there's a blistering set-piece with a brilliantly orchestrated piece of ear-burning metal.
"Or an amazing view to gaze at on the world map. Or a celebrity cameo to snigger at (including Lemmy, Ozzy and Jack Black's partner Kyle from Tenacious D). Or just something else to laugh at."