AdamN.Jun 25, 2002A Twisted Metal on water and in boats.
XHeadJul 19, 2004There is just something about this game that brings back memories of when the XBOX first came out and all the games had great graphics, not just a simple lackluster Playstation 2 port with last generation graphics that seems to be the norm now. I still play this game to this date, feeling like it is still brand new. The graphics killed every other game at the launch,even most out recently, yes including Halo, which I'm tired of hearing it still has the best graphics on the Box. No other game that I've played on the Box says XBOX like this one, at least to me. There has been only one other game like this before, being Cobra Triagle on the NES. There probably won't be another like it because of bad reviews when everyone was so caught up in Halo that everything else was overlooked or frowned upon. Also this game has millions of polygons running at 30 frames per second during the entire game which makes it difficult for a developer to make again since the first one was so overlooked and they won't spend all that time making another one(shame on you XBOX audience). I was hoping for a sequel but the so called professional reviewers screwed that up for everybody. I will only buy or play Xbox exclusives from now on because every time one of us buys a game that is also on the Playstation 2, we are not only having to settle for barely upgraded PS1 graphics, we are telling developers we will settle for barely passable games. Maybe I have forgotten what gaming is all about, but I haven't forgotten why I bought an XBOX in the first place. The most powerful hardware in a console bar-none, capable of blowing Gamecube and Gaystation 2 away. What every happened to the whole reason the XBOX was made for anyway? The graphics engine in the Box has been overlooked for far too long. It is time to awaken the monster and "freakin' use" the damn hardware. I might as well start backing Sony and flushing my money down the toilet if my XBOX games aren't going to look any better than Sony's garbage!… Expand