We here are huge fans of the Twisted Metal series. From the amount of crazy characters to the stupidest endings ever, so after Twisted Metal: Black we’ve been waiting patiently for a true sequel since then. Twisted Metal came out in early 2012 with an already tough start. Before the game even came out David Jaffe stated “…If you are buying the new TM ONLY or MOSTLY for campaign, might I suggest a rental? “. This hurt Twisted Metal’s chance of being one of those games that would be purchased by all because not only was the storylines usually interesting, the multiplayer itself was great too. The sad thing is he wasn’t wrong.