Twisted Metal Info: No 3D/Move, Single-Player Details, More
Update: Jaffe has clarified his comments on the single-player portion of the game, and they're well worth reading. Check them out.
If you're all about the new Twisted Metal, you'll want to read Eat Sleep Play co-founder David Jaffe's latest comments.
He dished on a number of topics at this year's Comic-Con event and the first piece of news is that his new car combat game won't support either PlayStation Move or 3D. Based on the short answer of "no," Jaffe clearly isn't interested. But we're interested in the single-player details, as we've been hearing all about the multiplayer aspect since the unveiling at E3. For the campaign, you will be able to play as Dollface, Mr. Grimm or Sweet Tooth, and that character's story will show you how that particular character became the monstrous suicidal driver he (or she) now is. Helped along by "live action cut-scenes," we'll get three difficulty levels and as an added twist, each of those difficulty levels will get its own ending. Hence, there should be a total of nine different endings for the three characters. Oh, and they also showed off a new level called "Rooftops," which is played exclusively on - wait for it - roofs, and it's a nighttime level, too. Those of you who remember the New York rooftops level from Twisted Metal 2 probably know exactly what to expect.
Lastly, the new game will support local two-player and four-player split-screen entertainment as well as the local split-screen online. We just can't wait for the insane awesomeness!
Related Game(s): Twisted Metal
7/23/2010 8:45:22 PM Ben Dutka