Summary: Ever since owning the original PS1 I have enjoyed the Twisted Metal Series. My absolute favorite being Twisted Metal Black. This new iteration is a decent follow up to the previous games. I feel like it doesn't give you as much freedom when it comes to the main story as the amount of characters are much more limited this time around to only a few.
Summary: Ordered this a few days ago thinking that it was the Limited Edition version of the game with the download of Twisted Metal Black like the picture says. Yeah definitely was not what was shown in the picture. Anyways, i picked it up today and the case was shattered due to shipping so this will be going back.
Summary: The game that started the series back in 1995. If you buy this thinking it's the latest PS3 TM, you are not very smart in thinking you are only going to pay $5.99 for a digital copy of a game that was released in 2012. I feel pity for those who judge the great classics by the quality of graphics.
Summary: Pretty good game. its fun. its crazy. very arcady. its really good. but it falls short halfway in many things it has a good number of maps. but it should have had more. most of them except one are urban cities. I'd like more stadiums. there is only 1 it has a good number of vehicles. but it should have had more. though they're all very different it has a lot of weapons. and pick ups. but its not like it used to. all weapons are really weak.
Summary: I loved this game for its online multiplayer. Sadly, it stopped working months ago and Sony seem to not care fixing it. If you want this for the solo experience, its ok, BUT, if you want to play online with a bunch of people, avoid this at all cost.
Not bad, but not great. But if you're going to buy, get it new.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
9 October 2014
Summary: The most disappointing game I have ever played and spent money on. That is not to say the game is awful or even bad, but it's nowhere near as good as I was expecting it to be. I'm a big Twisted Metal fan, with Twisted Metal: Black being my favorite entry in the series. It continues to be. Twisted Metal (PS3) lacks the creative maps and unique vehicles of a great entry like that of TM: Head-On, as well as the dark and interesting characters, style and stories of Black.