Gameplaybook discusses David Jaffe and Eatsleepplay's latest project, a return to form for one of the best vehicular combat games out there.
I hope this guy is right about the series returning to it's roots. TM2 is my favorite in the series. I would have liked to see gameplay from TM2 with Black type stories. I'm sure Jaffe won't dissapoint.
If thats your most anticipated game have no taste in games, I'm sorry.
You're just a sad sad man. Go play the Sims or something you annoying little cunt.
Not having your preference? Lol, get your sorry ass out of here with that crap.
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hes xbot with "pc elitist aka troll aka no games aka playing with benchmarks aka playing with quality games from past decade" cover
My most anticipated is probably your name. The Last Guardian.
Well, it's not gonna be THAT dark, but it should still be way better than anything Small Brawl offered. :D
It's nice to hear that on a console that's looked at primarily for it's heavy use of realistic graphics that a good dev/team (Jaffe/EAT SLEEP PLAY) would take more interest in the gameplay. I believe the game is gonna look good regardless but that gameplay is gonna be the main attraction, since that's what it was all about in Twisted Metal.
Jaffe is a hardcore gamer, I think he knows what he is doing with the Twisted Metal series.
Jaffe is an ass clown. The Twisted Metal series will be even more of a joke with its up and coming PS3 release. Jaffe has promised fans he will be taking design cues from Modnation Racers and his last piece of shit game that I forgot the name of.
I guess GoW 3 as he also worked on is a piece of shit then.
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He's been largely MIA for a few years now. I haven't had much of an interest in his games since God of War. Hopefully, this marks a huge comeback.
Twisted Metal 2; regarded as one of the best (if not THE best) TM games out there was rated T for Teen.
I absolutely LOVED Twisted Metal 1 & 2, we spent countless hours playing everyday. Unfortunately I think the series hiatus has hurt it more than anything, this style of vehicular combat almost feels outdated. I hope this new game can rekindle the fire in me and satisfy my destructive 'Sweet Tooth'. ;-P
Im still playing TM2 countless of hours
in all honestly i have never played a twisted metal game other than a demo i got for twisted metal on the ps2 and i loved the demo but other than that demo i have no twisted metal "experience" but word of mouth alone makes me want to get this game and ofcourse the awesome e3 presentation so i'll be getting this
I don't care what the rating for the game is. If this game is as fun as either of the first two then I'm sold. I don't know why so many people think that games need gore to be good. This misconception that a mature rating makes people who buy those games mature is just nuts. Bring on the mayhem!
I think its for the best that they went with the tone that they have now for the upcoming game. I love Twisted Metal: Black for its gameplay, but the story was a little heavy. I kinda miss the atmosphere of Twisted Metal 2, and am glad they are going back to that a little. Twisted Metal: Head on came close to achieving a similar balance to what Twisted Metal PS3 is going for.
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