Excerpt: The first title I ever picked up for my original PlayStation was Twisted Metal. I played it often. Several years later, I bought a PlayStation 2. That was the same day in 2001 that Twisted Metal: Black arrived on the system, so it served nicely as my first purchase.
Excerpt: Since the introduction of the first PlayStation, the Twisted Metal series has brought countless hours of fun and excitement to gamers all over the world. Twisted Metal: Head On first appeared on the PSP as the true sequel to Twisted Metal 2.
Excerpt: I don't know what it is about the development process that's so damned fascinating, but I suppose it tugs at the same parts of my grey matter as seeing behind-the-scenes features on DVD; there's just something about getting a change to peek behind the curtain to see something in a more raw state,...
Excerpt: Straight from the small screen and into your living room, Sony's Twisted Metal: Head-On makes its debut on the PS2. Unfortunately for this PSP convert, Head-On also must have brought its graphics with it. On the PS2, this latest in the franchise just looks flat.
Twisted Metal: Head On: Extra Twisted Edition (PS2) Review
2 March 2008
Summary: There is a Dukes of Hazard reference in there somewhere, with or without Jessica Simpson.
I probably came off as being really hard on Twisted Metal: Head On: Extra Twisted Edition for the PS2. That’s because the game never needed to be made, especially for the PS2.
Excerpt: Let's not do the twist again. As the adjective “twisted” has fallen out of our urban vernacular, it is worth remembering its short tenure in the mouths of American youth. A time there was, yes, when “twisted” was on par with “gnarly” or “radical” or “sick”.
Pros: 20 bucks, Still, But weaker than last, ...in nearly every way, Crappy bonus material