One minute they're showing sweeth tooth losing his right eye in a cut scene, suddenly he's without a left eye.. ? Then they show him with his right eye cut out? Are they dumb? Someone didn't pay attention.... At first it was fun but I just got to the level with the whole 'changing cage' thing, ABSOLUTELY FRUSTRATING. The cage changes every five seconds (the area you need to stay in, if not you lose health) and you have to rush to the other. You have a set amount of time to be out of the cage. If you exceed that time, your health goes down extremely fast. Gotta take a hardcore TM fan to love this.
I've been a fan of Twisted Metal ever since they released the first one back in 95 and Twisted Metal 2 in 96. After that the series slowly but surely declined until Twisted Metal Black. Now with the release of Twisted Metal for PS3 I was having very high hopes for this one. I hated how they made the story revolve around 3 characters only. Where are all my other beloved characters and their stories!?? YellowJacket, Minion, Axel?? The art style could've been better in the cutscenes. This new Twisted Metal was made with multiplayer being the prime attraction this time around. Only problem with that is, when you're like me and rent games from gamely you can't play online without that stupid online code they make you buy for $10. So Im stuck with either buying a $10 pass for a game I don't even own, or going out and buying the game for the full retail value of $59.99. Its just not worth it. If multiplayer is your thing, then it might be worth the extra buck, but in my opinion Twisted Metal has always been about the single player experience and the stories that come with it. David Jaffe dropped the ball with that one. Please take time fixing the single player portion in the next one.
everything in the story is fine until you get to the last chapter where you have to do a stupid race with going off bridges and crashing into pillars the best part is the game designers probably laghing his beep off with all the tricks he can pull out of his beep hole