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Submitted by mathsman 1218d ago | review

In-depth Review: Twisted Metal - Electronic Theatre

The latest title in 2012’s long line-up of PlayStation 3 exclusive releases is presented as a reboot to a franchise that broke new ground in North America, but failed to resonate with the European audiences on the same scale. The reasons why this may be are not clear, as each edition of the Twisted Metal franchise has offered some intense car carnage. This latest rendition, the PlayStation 3’s first, is unlikely to convert the naysayers, but for those gamers who have eagerly been anticipating a return, Twisted Metal is exactly what the maniacal doctor ordered. (PS3, Twisted Metal ) 80/100

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