Kotaku: Eat Sleep Play co-founder David Jaffe offered a glimpse at the new Twisted Metal's storytelling action at Comic-Con 2010, live action cinematics that will flesh out the stories of its stars, Sweet Tooth, Dollface, Mr. Grim and the Preacher.
http://cache.gawkerassets.c... i can dig it
I seen better.
HAHA, I loved the campy/cheesy live action video endings that they did for Twisted Metal 1 but eventually scraped. They were so awesome and pretty epic in their own way. Can't wait to watch these ones!
I'm really glad they went this route. You don't see many games like this anymore.
They're shooting for a 'T' rating.. I can't imagine these being very good. I can only imagine what they could of done with an M rating.
Not clicking these, not going anywhere near spoilers until I play the game.
Man, I wish I had your willpower. I feel so dirty for clicking the link. There's not a lot there, but this is one game i'm really looking forward to, and don't want to ruin it for myself.
cant wait i love this cut-scene from TM:Black http://www.youtube.com/watc...
He was my favourite character of the franchise and in Twisted Metal Black he was Awesome.
No thanks. I am very much on a wait and see with this title. A part of me thinks that this will not be as good as it could be. I hope I am wrong, as I really like Jaffe and his past titles (all except calling all cars).
What are live action cutscenes? will it be like the ones that didn't make it into the original twisted metal? if so you remember how bad those were. I think it would have been a good idea for him to make the cutscenes more like Twisted Metal Black. I better be included in this beta.
I live in Alabama and I DEFINITLY know what he means by the religious people, also I know the school where Jaffe went to, been there for multiple track meets
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