Twisted Metal: Head On, Extra Twisted Edition (PlayStation 2) - Overview

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02/05/08 Sony Computer Entertainment
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Twisted Metal®: Head-On explodes to the PlayStation®2 with an Extra Twisted Edition featuring added gameplay and bonus content for true fans of the franchise. In addition to technical advancements and an exclusive bonus level for the original Twisted Metal®: Head-On (available on the PSP® system), the PS2 version includes "The Black Levels", 4 never before played levels from the Twisted Metal®: Black universe. Finally, explore a new twist in bonus content – control the most popular Twisted Metal character, SWEET TOOTH, in an special interactive level filled with behind the scenes content and historic factoids direct from the development team.

Experience the chaotic thrill of car-combat and get behind the wheel and outlast your opponents in an all-out melee of vehicular destruction. Jump into a variety of vehicles armed with heavy machine guns, turbo boost and each with a unique devastating specialty attack to unleash mayhem in wide-open arenas based on locations across the globe. Collect an arsenal of weaponry like homing missiles, fire rockets and napalm to deliver explosive attacks on your opponents' vehicle. Utilize advanced combo moves such as rear fire, freeze missiles & FLAK to confuse & disable the competition.

Developed by Eat Sleep Play – established by the same innovative team responsible for Twisted Metal®, Twisted Metal® 2, Twisted Metal®: Black & Twisted Metal®: Small Brawl.


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SchumiF1 posted 31/01/2009, 08:14
At least VG Chartz could've bothered with some numbers. This game is awesome because it remind me of the great TM2.
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barney posted 26/02/2008, 03:11
I didn't know million sellers like the GTA's and being ported told people that the game didn't sell.

Its all about more money, and this was an exercise for Eat Sleep Play's studio.
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cool48 posted 23/01/2008, 10:13
They port every PSP exclusive to PS2, I guess this proves that PSP software sales are pretty bad.
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