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.
Summary: I've been a fan of Twisted Metal since the first one came out on the original Playstation in the 90s. I loved it and loved the second game. They are among my favorite video games of all time. I skipped over 3 and 4. Those were a joke.
Summary: I bought the game thinking it was the new Twisted Metal, because at the description it was saying that it comes with online multiplayer and that it was a Playstation 3 game. When I downloaded it I was expecting the PS3 game, but unfortunately it wasn't.
They really should've just focused on Single player stories, which is the draw to the Twisted Metal series,
7 November 2013
Summary: Not what I expected. They really should've just focused on Single player stories, which is the draw to the Twisted Metal series, instead of putting in these multiplayer modes that died after 3 months. Really a big let down. Sorry Jaffe :(
Summary: Very easy to get stuck, and I had problems where the play just ramps up too fast. Eventually I reached the end of the playable portions and was stuck re-playing existing levels. I like twitchy, violent, driving type games... and, well, frankly this one was a bit too difficult.
Twisted Metal: They don't make em like that any more.
Jessie Gomez, Amazon
19 March 2013
Summary: Nothing quite like I remember. A new twist on an old school car combat game. most of what I remember but with a new race accpect. Nothing I would play for hours on end. Rent or borrow is my advice.
Summary: Eat Sleep Play created Twisted Metal to be more complex than any previous games in the series. This game expects the player to do too much more at the same time, which significantly reduces the fun factor. Firstly, there are too many unnecessary weapons that only add confusion to the game.
Summary: I grew up playing Twisted Metal on Playstation. I loved the games! I waited for this game to come out on PS3, thinking it would be great too. But, it wasn't the same. Controls are hard to learn, different rules, different maps, no freeplay, just not as much fun!