Twisted Metal: Black Image
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  • Summary: Prepare for the next chapter in car combat. The latest installment in the Twisted Metal series, Twisted Metal Black, has Calypso returning to host another contest of wreckage and devastation, in which the victor is allowed to have one wish granted. Slip into the minds of insane contestantsPrepare for the next chapter in car combat. The latest installment in the Twisted Metal series, Twisted Metal Black, has Calypso returning to host another contest of wreckage and devastation, in which the victor is allowed to have one wish granted. Slip into the minds of insane contestants competing in over 20 deathmatch battlegrounds and nine single-player levels. Drive 14 inventive vehicles equipped with tons of weapons in a variety of multiplayer and co-op modes, and discover the horrifying tale behind each of these tortured souls. Expand
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  1. Jul 21, 2012
    5
    I love Twisted Metal. Its my favorite Playstation franchise. However, this Twisted Metal is overrated. Its not that the controls are bad, butI love Twisted Metal. Its my favorite Playstation franchise. However, this Twisted Metal is overrated. Its not that the controls are bad, but the car physics are not quite as good as the ps1 Twisted Metals. Not only that but the areas within this game are bland and boring. There are some good points. The cinematic approach is interesting and it has some of the most memorable characters in the series to date but overall its far from being the best that the series has to offer. Theres are better Twisted Metal games, preferably the ps1 classics and the new Twisted Metal 2012. Expand