Sony unveiled a ton of new info on Twisted Metal at this year's E3 press conference, and let me tell you, the sheer amount of screens and new footage we saw was overwhelming -- it was tough to keep up! I had to stop bitching about not having seen The Last Guardian for almost five minutes. What is that crap about?
Oh yeah, I was talking about something. Heh. So what do we get with the new Twisted Metal? Quite a bit apparently. Up to 16 players online, 2-4 player split-screen online, and flight combat added for the first time. We also witnessed a dude hurling a chainsaw while riding a motorcycle, which is possibly the manliest and most badass thing I have ever witnessed. Today, anyway.
It'll be launched in 2011, but we'll have much more info for you once we get our mitts on it on the show floor. Do want?
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