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Ladies and gentlemen of gaming, we’re facing something of a crisis. An entire generation of standout games is becoming more and more lost to time. They’re drifting away partly because they’re old and haven’t had a moment in the spotlight for years, but more importantly, they’re aging like fine vintage vomit, and are probably so confusingly ugly they’re preventing a whole heap o’ first timers from even giving them a try.
Former God of War man David Jaffe has confirmed that he's bringing Twisted Metal to PS3.It was thought this was the case, after gamers cracked a code appearing in Twisted Metal: Head On - Extra Twisted on PS2 which spelt out "Twisted Metal is on PSTHREE."Judging by Kotaku's report on the confirmation of a PS3 version, it may be that it'll be released as a download. The site quotes Jaffe as saying "As for how it gets
It looks like Sony's clown-heavy car combat series Twisted Metal is coming to PS3, if a hidden message in the latest PS2 entry is to be believed.Clever internet fans have managed to decode a hidden message in one of Twisted Metal: Head On Extra Twisted's unlockable videos. Apparently after taking various numbers, putting them in alphabetical order and then casting Din's Fire from Zelda, you get the message "Twisted Metal is on PSTHREE."David
How much do you love Twisted Metal? If the answer is "more than anything else," then hoo boy, has your game arrived. Extra Twisted Edition is a gushing fan letter/developer pat-on-the-back that celebrates everything about the series' 13 year history. For a measly $20 you get the full PSP game Head-On, lost levels from Twisted Metal: Black and a boatload of bonus content that's more interesting than the aging gameplay.See, Head-On was a PSP
What do Solid Snake, Lara Croft and Samus Aran all have in common? They dress for success. Their own costume, be it custom-built spacesuit or bottomless backpack, is directly related to their adventuresome profession. No matter the situation, these heroes are loaded with gadgets, training and expertise that'll see them through to the end. But not all game characters are created equal. A great many appear to have no practical application other than "the boss says this guy stays in the game."