Posts tagged: Twisted Metal
David Jaffe took to YouTube and posted a half-hour long video in which he calls “SUPER LONG, RAMBLY TWISTED METAL INFO”. In this video he confirms that Twisted Metal will use the new PSN Pass in which Jaffe was against. He explains his stance on having a pass system for most games and didn’t want it in Twisted Metal because he wanted there “to be a low barrier of entry for as many players as possible”. He also reveals that there will be a demo for Twisted Metal as well as a day-one patch. It’s all addressed in the video and hopefully will make you want this game when it’s released next month on the 14th, Only for PlayStation 3.
Just as promised, the new Dollface character story trailer has been released, let’s watch as the model-turned-crazed killer wreaks havoc in the world of Twisted Metal. We get a glimpse of a few of the Juggernauts weapons including Murder Balls and the Meat Grinder.
If there is a lesson we take away from this trailer, I’d say it’s probably don’t ever park a helicopter in front of a semi that is clearly fit for the coming apocalypse.
Catch the trailer below.
You may remember a little while back Jaffe posted on the Playstation Blog that the game was going to delayed so they would have some extra time to polish to make sure everything is just right for its launch. David Jaffe has now posted a video on the blog announcing a new date for Twisted Metal, that date is …. February 14th or Valentines Day. As he says there really isn’t anything more romantic than making your better half explode from launching explosive bodies strapped to stretchers or throwing exploding clown heads at them. Right?
Below you can catch the Co-Director of Twisted Metal himself.
According to David Jaffe’s post on his Playstation Blog, Twisted Metal will be pushed back to an early 2012 release. With the original release date being October 4th, 2011 he explains how it sucks for all gamers alike to have to wait, but with the hopes of giving the game some extra polish it needs to be great. Jaffe goes on to quote one of his personal heroes Shigeru Miyamoto saying “A late game is only late until it ships. A bad game is bad until the end of time.”