Twisted Metal may have been hit by an unwanted delay, but Eat Sleep Play's David Jaffe is assuring fans that it's "totally paying off," posting a rather romantic video on the PlayStation Blog while at the same time revealing the updated release date: Valentine's Day.
The game will hit the streets on February 14, 2012. Perfect for those gaming couples out there. In addition, Jaffe also teased a trailer for a new character. The full trailer will be out later this week so stay tuned for that.
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Twisted Metal Delay 'Totally Paying Off,' Out Valentine's Day
Delays are like second nature to the ps3. im sure ps3 owners would have got accustomed to it by now lol. Though the way this game was looking in the graphics department, it did look it needed more dev. time. When i first saw twisted metal footage for ps3, i seriously thought it lokked barely better than a ps2 game. I hope graphically the game can be spruced up with this delay because it's really lacking in that dept. atm.
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A bit. But Jaffe knows how to make a good game.
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It looked WAY better than a PS2 game at E3 2010, the only problem was the destruction of buildings needed a lot of work. I very much doubt there'll be a massive difference from E3 2011 when it releases, and these games have never been about graphics, it could look like a piece of $#@! on release but I'd still get addicted to the online because even the PS1 games looked horrible but millions still bought them because they were fun. I don't need a billion polygons to have a blast playing something like this.
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Anyone who was really into TM back in the day should know that graphics don't mean JACK $#@! in this game.
Taking into account that this is from E3 2010 which was an early ass build to begin with, I think you need to go back and play your PS2 to remind yourself exactly what those graphics looked like, I would say the E3 2010 build was more Xbox 1.2ish.
As for TM on PS1, pretty much any PS1 game looked better than TM1, TM2 looked a bit better but it still didn't look as good as other PS1 games.
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