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Twisted Metal

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I thought this game looked cool, but then I discovered Carmageddon. C2 is still one of my favorite car combat games ever (mostly due to it not relying on weapons).

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This and part 2 were tied for my favorite twisted metal games. The statue of liberty secret made me laugh when i saw it.

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Twisted Metal was the first disc I popped into my brand new PSX on Christmas morning in 1995 and I don't think it came out for the next week.  My brother and I were blown away with the game and it surpassed all the expectations I had built up in my mind after spending the previous few months reading about it in the various game magazines.  The only downside was that when my folks bought a second controller for the system, they went with a crappy 3rd party controller so whoever was stuck being "player two" ended up with rather sore thumbs from its terrible design.

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did someone say Twisted Metal? :D

 

i love this game! it was good game to play. i have all 4 of them. but never play Small Brawl

 

however, first game don't have Axel. he appears in the sequels only even PS2's Twisted Metal Black and Head-On

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My friend rented a PS1 with TM and brought it over which was my first exposure to both. Shortly after when I realized I needed a PS1 of my own I learned TM2 was available so it was one of my first few games (and I still have it). I didn't care for the changes in 3 and 4 but the series returned to form with Black and the last version for PS3. It's a shame it didn't catch on because I hate to think it's the end of the franchise.

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My friend rented a PS1 with TM and brought it over which was my first exposure to both. Shortly after when I realized I needed a PS1 of my own I learned TM2 was available so it was one of my first few games (and I still have it). I didn't care for the changes in 3 and 4 but the series returned to form with Black and the last version for PS3. It's a shame it didn't catch on because I hate to think it's the end of the franchise.

don't know that someone rented a PS1 console! from Rent A Center?at least you own it

 

i never rent any consoles however i rented some games for Genesis, Super NES and PS1 beside the games that i owned but not anymore

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¿Do you think the game design of Twisted Metal could have been done in a Super Nes?

 

The problem with the adversitement with Twisted Metal is that it focused in a local region, in this case Los Angels. Then if you dont live in L.A you don't care.

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Twisted Metal pulled off some great marketing.  Even though that game is violent and dark, I find it funny that the PvP game style is very similar to PvP in Mario Kart.

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