With Twisted Metal: Head On: Extra Twisted Edition, developer Eat Sleep Play gives gamers more than just a ridiculous series of colons. In fact, Extra Twisted Edition accomplishes an applause-worthy feat, breaking up the monotony of unending PSP-to-PS2 ports by infusing a significant dose of "new" content into the transfer. The main game barely improves upon 2005's original handheld release, but it plays equally well. Combined with the new material, fans of the series are left with a downright compelling reason to drop $20 on a game developed for an outdated console.
"Such a long title for such a minor release. It's like when men buy Ferraris to compensate for their presumably tiny genitals."
Review by Adam Rosenberg