Twisted Metal for PlayStation 3

Twisted Metal

Feb 14, 2012
412th of 1268

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Eat Sleep Play
Content Rating: Mature


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

32 Reviews
Carolyn PetitFeb 15, 2012
Certain franchises go overboard, producing sequels so frequently that you don't have time to miss them before the next installment is upon you, like a houseguest whose company you enjoy but who overstays his welcome. With Twisted Metal, the effect is the opposite. This brand of vehicular combat is every bit as thrilling today as it ever was, and you may be left wondering why it stayed away for so long. But what really matters is that it's back now, and it is great; Calypso hasn't forgotten how to throw one hell of a competition.
Ryan ClementsFeb 14, 2012
Like its predecessor from more than 15 years ago, Twisted Metal celebrates an eccentric kind of action that shoves fun down the collective throat of the gaming masses. It includes an enjoyable, challenging single-player campaign and incredible multiplayer support for both on and offline. Twisted Metal only falters when it comes to its storytelling and an occasionally stubborn lock-on system.
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.

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