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8.2

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  1. Feb 15, 2012
    8
    the True sequel to twisted metal 2 this game is great while its just a port of the psp game its very fun. all the characters from twisted metal 2 are are here with some ones from newer and older installments the levels are fun and you get to play the lost levels of the never released twisted metal black 2 the only bad thing is there are no bots in versus on head on and there is nothe True sequel to twisted metal 2 this game is great while its just a port of the psp game its very fun. all the characters from twisted metal 2 are are here with some ones from newer and older installments the levels are fun and you get to play the lost levels of the never released twisted metal black 2 the only bad thing is there are no bots in versus on head on and there is no multiplayer online like in the psp version but if you want fun game for ps2 get this Expand
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73

Mixed or average reviews - based on 29 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 29
  2. Negative: 1 out of 29
  1. 84
    We know this is a port, but you're getting an awful lot of stuff for only twenty bucks. And considering the fact that most of the content packed onto the disc is fun to play, there's really no reason for a Twisted Metal fan to miss this one.
  2. Trimmed-back multiplayer is a kick in the gut. But the PlayStation 2 never was all that great for deathmatches in the first place. The add-on modem and the PlayStation 2 multi-tap peripheral required to play four-player games were, and still are, a hassle.
  3. I appreciated the chance to play the lost levels, but it didn't take long to explore them all - and in 2008 they just didn't have the same "wow" factor that they might have had in 2001. Newcomers who own a PS2 would be better off purchasing "Twisted Metal: Black."