Twisted Metal for PlayStation 3
PS3

Twisted Metal

Feb 14, 2012
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About this game

Developer: Eat Sleep Play
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

High atop his penthouse office, a mysterious ringleader named Calypso lords over the contest of vehicle combat known as Twisted Metal. He returns again to host the ultimate contest of skill and destruction. Contestants have been chosen to compete and, should they emerge victorious, win whatever prize their heart desires.

Critic Reviews

30 Reviews
7.27
Angelo M. D'ArgenioFeb 14, 2012
Twisted Metal is just about blowing your opponents up, and that's simply an enjoyable pastime. The power-up management and vehicle selection give the game a sort of arcade feel that you just don't get in modern shooter games. Despite all its flaws, this game feels, at its core, like a true Twisted Metal title, and, to this day, Twisted Metal is pretty much the only franchise to get excessively violent vehicle combat right.
Mikel ReparazFeb 14, 2012
For a series that built its reputation largely on multiplayer, the new Twisted Metal seems oddly focused on providing a solitary, story-driven experience. That’s not to say the game doesn’t have serious multiplayer chops – it does, offering not only 16-player online but four-player split-screen versus and two-player split-screen co-op.
Sammy BarkerMar 13, 2012
Eat Sleep Play might not be upfront about all of the game’s mechanics, but the joy is in discovery — it’s a game that encourages you to experiment and rewards you for doing so. A strong, if brief, single player campaign and stellar split-screen support headlines the package, but it’s the online multiplayer that will consume most of your time; while this could have been better implemented, the appeal of the mechanics will keep you coming back regardless.

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