With its growing focus on mobile gaming and its penchant for trying to out-popular already popular games, Zynga was going to get around to stepping on Temple Run's toes eventually, and what better way than to combine the joy of endless running with the trusted ...With Friends brand? The result is a combination I'm…
As I played through the first single-player mission of the new Twisted Metal I felt oddly disconnected from the previous games in the franchise. Perhaps my appreciation for the car combat genre had waned over the decade separating the latest title from PlayStation 2 classic Twisted Metal Black. Maybe I was just too…
After a decade of lurking in the darkness just outside of gamers' views the evil clown rides back into town, guns blazing, engines roaring, and game reviewers rarin' for a shot.
Twisted Metal co-director David Jaffe manages to make fans of the series extremely happy and me feel incredibly old in one fell swoop.
While not officially saying this is official, Twisted Metal creator of David Jaffe acknowledges that the game's cover art is up on GameStop's web site and, hell, "I figured I'd share a bigger version of it with you guys."
Amidst the waterfall of new game footage and price drops at today's Sony press conference, a few Twisted Metal screenshots snuck through the cracks, as well. It's not much, but we'll take anything to tide us over until 2012.
Video game creator David Jaffe says that his baby, the new Twisted Metal for PlayStation 3, is slipping to early 2012, missing its planned October release date.
Most Twisted Metal games, despite their carnage, have been rated T for Teen. The lone exceptions are Twisted Metal: Black, the 10-year-old PlayStation 2 game with a darker bent, and this fall's equally grisly PlayStation 3 reboot.
Twisted Metal 2's Statue of Liberty Easter Egg returns in the Twisted Metal due out later this year.
Twisted Metal developer David Jaffe took a bit of time during last week's E3 to talk about the finer points of his car wars reboot.
It's not unfair to say that vehicle combat games have gone out of fashion. There are very few, if any AAA franchises anymore, which is definitely a big part of why Twisted Metal's multiplayer is so refreshing. The combat in the game is just as fast-paced and competitive as a FPS or fighting game, but without the…
Twisted Metal dev David Jaffe tweeted this first look at the booth art being prepared for the game's E3 outing next month. "BEHOLD: THE RISE OF SWEET BOT!!! Aka: a side of the still work in progress Twisted Metal E3 Booth. I'm loving it!" [davidscottjaffe]
The co-creator of Twisted Metal, David Jaffe, wanted to make a game about the Chinese military invading the United States once upon a time. Heartland for the PSP would have been "a very liberal response to the Bush administration and the Iraq War," Jaffe has said, a first-person shooter that evoked intense emotion.
Want to see what the new Twisted Metal looks like? Would more than six minutes of gameplay from the PlayStation 3 game do the trick? Well, here you go, plenty of time to ogle the all-new Twisted Metal.
David Jaffe, co-creator of the 16-year-old Twisted Metal series, has an entertaining way of describing the things about his new game, a new Twisted Metal for the PlayStation 3. One was his description of the game's new Juggernaut vehicle, a semi-truck that can load teammates into its armored bed "Spy Hunter or Knight…
You may have already seen some of this footage of the new Twisted Metal for PlayStation 3, a trailer that highlights the live action cinematics, the vehicles, the violence and the warring factions in Eat Sleep Play's new vehicular combat game. But you might not have seen it... this long.
While you were busy opening presents, David Jaffe and the crew at Eat Sleep Play were crunching like mad on the new Twisted Metal, yet he still had time to answer fans' pressing questions about the next generation of vehicular combat.
David Jaffe of Eat Sleep Play and co-creator of the new Twisted Metal for PlayStation 3 revealed two game proposals that will likely never see reality at Comic-Con today. One was post-apocalyptic, the other unexpectedly street culture and hip-hop infused.
That long rumored Twisted Metal revival from Eat Sleep Play is real and Sony had the multiplayer portion of the game playable at its E3 booth, a vehicular combat game that might offend your sensibilities, but not for its gameplay.
Evocative and provocative, a game born of the anxiety about George W. Bush's polices abroad would have included a Chinese invasion of the U.S. and the emotional journey of a soldier struggling over whether to flee military service.