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GT.TV’s Interview With Twisted Metal Creator David Jaffe

The fourth season of GT.TV kicked off last week with never-before-seen footage of Twisted Metal and an interview with creator David Jaffe. In this extended cut version of what aired on the TV show, Jaffe shares details about what fans can expect from the online multiplayer modes to the usual wacky gameplay that makes Twisted Metal…twisted.

Source: GameTrailers



Twisted Metal Has Been in Development for 18 Months


The E3 reveal of Twisted Metal may have been one of the few surprises left from Sony that hadn’t managed to be leaked to the masses in some shape or form before the big event. Even though David Jaffe denied that a new Twisted Metal was in development for the PS3 on several occasions, we’ve learned from Jaffe’s twitter account that the game has actually been in development for the pass 18 months.

It’s also been confirmed that the game won’t feature any Move or 3D support because “3D has to be 60 frames and we are not. We are gonna be rock solid stable but not 60. Move and Twisted don’t seem a great fit.” Jaffe stated.

Twisted Metal’s first PS3 outing is expected sometime in February 2011.

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Guess Who Decided to Come Back…

It was anticipated, but at the same time, it was thought to be a pipe dream. Turns out David Jaffe and friends have, indeed, been at work on the next Twisted Metal game. It’s simply titled Twisted Metal, and now includes flying (what?) as well.

During the E3 conference, they showed off some multiplayer gameplay, and it was chaotically crazy and looked like a hell of a lot of fun. David Jaffe, especially, seemed to be super excited announcing a surprise game, something you rarely see at E3 these days. As far as his take on the game, and multiplayer for that matter?

We know this is going to be the best Twisted Metal ever released. 16 players online, 2-4 player split screen, amazing new game modes, helicopters, motorcycles, sports cars, all battling it out in highly interactive levels with all the skill, speed, and strategy you could ask for! It’s been a long while since the last console Twisted Metal was released, but we think the wait will have been worth it. We’re crazy proud of the new game and are looking forward to entertaining all of the loyal TM fans as well as earning many new Twisted Metal devotees with this title.

Oh, and if you didn’t watch the conference, I advise you to check out the stage bit after the trailer was shown. Best cosplay ever, and a really sweet ice cream truck.



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Well once again Jaffe expresses his thoughts about game sharing and day one DLC, only this time he does it through video. He uses some strong language but hey its Jaffe what are you going do!?

I see what he is saying, In my opinion sony should scrap the whole thing and make a new version so when people try to give there games to random people via psn there is some kind of block the prohibits downloading but also giving them the freedom to download there data if there ps3 has blown up or they have more than one ps3. Whats your thoughts on this agree with Jaffe? or just keep everything the way it is? Don’t be afraid to comment guys.