... (especially when single player) The mechanics are much simple like to jump
27 June 2015
Summary: This game still holds that memory in a way (especially when single player) The mechanics are much simple like to jump, freeze cars, etc. theres no special combination for that like the past games (I praise this) the controls are much like the past ones only that youll use the analog stick to steer.
Summary: This is twisted metal 2.....the best of the twisted metal games...yes i have played them all. I don't understand how people are confused. If you have played this game you know it is great. Controls don't work great on the vita however.
Summary: If you are looking for a completely new game in the Twisted Metal series you won't find it here. A lot of the game feels like an HD version or better looking version of prior Twisted Metal games but I love Twisted Metal so I highly recommend it if you played previous games in the series and are a...
Summary: In my opinion, this was the most fun online game for PS3 this year, and I've played a good majority of them. unfortunately, the community is dying off, and it's really hard to get a Last Man Standing game going.
Summary: If you have played previous version of this game, for sure you will like this ps3 version! Its very cool to play coop with your friends! Nice story too! Online gameplay is for me (Brazilian) slow, maybe because servers are in USA.
Summary: I have been with the franchise since my cousin had the first few on the Playstation. I've kept up with the games except for small brawl, if anyone remembers that. It was a real fun experience for me and I understand everyone is pissed that online is in updates right now, but for the most part I love...
Summary: Does it in anyway match the expectations set in front of it? No, but after such a wait for a sequel it was never going to fully satisfy its patient and forgiving fan base. Yet is it an enjoyable, if not entirely functional, and enjoyable game? Certainly, its Twisted Metal after all.
Summary: When I was five years old my uncle visited my house and brought some video games with him. One such game was the PS1 release of “Twisted Metal 2.” The fiery explosions of 32 bit car combat danced across the screen in a foreign yet inviting aroma of simulated destruction.
Summary: The game is a lot of fun. The story lines are well done and look awesome, although a bit short. Playing online (or off) is intense, fast paced and non stop action. A buddy of mine came over to jam out on it and we ended up playing for about 6 hours straight.