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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 974d ago | review

D+PAD: Twisted Metal Review

D+PAD Magazine writes:

Like its unsavoury cast of characters, and the pitfall-laden, multi-layered deathtraps that make up its various arenas, Twisted Metal at its very core is unmerciful and relentless. It concedes little that acknowledges the gulf of change that has overcome the gaming industry in the decade since its last home console appearance; harkening back to the very roots of the PlayStation itself, it sneers at newcomers, whilst welcoming back old friends. (PS3, Twisted Metal ) 3/5

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