Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 1371d ago | opinion piece

Twisted Metal: Head-On - Does it hold up?

GameZone's David Sanchez goes back and takes Twisted Metal: Head-On for a ride. Does this car combat title, which was previously available on the PSP and PlayStation 2, withstand the test of time? (PS2, PS3, PSP, Twisted Metal , Twisted Metal Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition, Twisted Metal: Head On)

Lelldorianx  +   1372d ago
Finally, a post about Twisted Metal that doesn't have that stupid clown image! :P
TheSanchezDavid  +   1371d ago
As much as I like darker Twisted Metal games, I really dig the more lighthearted style of Head-On.
ThatOneGuyThere  +   1371d ago
This twisted metal is great fun online and locally. My biggest gripe is the connectivity issues. SERIOUSLY FIX THIS SH!T.
TheSanchezDavid  +   1370d ago
Yeah, I really dig the newest Twisted Metal. The online issues are a pain, but when you get an online game going, it's a helluva lot of fun!

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