Having fallen out of vogue for a few years, the 'fast cars, big guns and loud rawk music' racing subgenre may be staging a comeback. lead by the new Carmageddon and Twisted Metal. While Carmageddon is still a while out, Eat Sleep Play's Twisted Metal is speeding towards stores soon, and next week you'll get to give it a bash it with a multiplayer demo.
Twisted Metal is headed to PlayStation 3 on Valentine's Day, February 14. The first print run comes with a free code to download 2001's Twisted Metal Black, but, unfortunately, the game another code that's far less welcome--an 'online pass,' which creator David Jaffe is not happy about.
Look, here are some real people pretending to be video game characters, and, more importantly, ridiculous vehicles attempting to destroy each other:
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