I know the new installment of "Twisted Metal" isn't exactly romantic for it to be released on Valentine's Day. But it is one of the most anticipated games since its showing at E3 last year. "Twisted Metal" returns once again assembled with Twisted Disciples for the ultimate challenge of competence and destruction. Contestants have been chosen to compete and if they win they will get whatever prize they desire.
With an extremely destructible world, four groups play as these Twisted Disciples and battle it out for control to win the prize of one wish that is fulfilled by Calypso, the mastermind of this Twisted Metal tournament. The online system lets players fight through a varitey of new game modes and unleash destruction against up to 16 players.
"Twisted Metal" features a complete arsenal of weapons that gives players creative methods of mass destruction. Also, you get to choose from a variety of Twisted Vehicles, each of them are equipped with unique weapons that will destroy opponents. You also get to take advantage of Twisted flight, the Talon, a helicopter armed with a minigun turret.
"Twisted Metal" is a perfect gift for your significant other, I mean come on, what guy doesn't want something that involves cars, guns and mass destruction? Trust me, he will thank you for it.
"Twisted Metal" will be released today and will be available exclusively on the Playstation 3 platform.
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