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Twisted Metal 4

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Twisted Metal 4
Developer(s)989 Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Composer(s)Chuck Doud Edit this on Wikidata
SeriesTwisted Metal Edit this on Wikidata
Genre(s)Vehicular combat
Mode(s)Single player

Twisted Metal 4 is a vehicular combat video game that was both published by Sony Computer Entertainment and developed by 989 Studios. It is the fourth game in the Twisted Metal series. It was only released on the PlayStation and was only released in North America. The game was released on October 31, 1999 in North America for PlayStation.[1] It was rereleased in 2000 as part of the Sony Greatest Hits lineup.

Reception[change | change source]

IGN's Marc Nix rated the game a 6 out of 10 and praised the "colorful" graphics and "well-done" interactive environments but criticized the "toy car" control, look and sound of the vehicles.[3]

GameSpot's Joe Fielder said that the game was a "huge leap" ahead of Twisted Metal III, commenting on the improved level design, control and physics, but he also said that the latter two "remain a little too touchy and unforgiving" and that the graphics, while they were "prettier" than those of Twisted Metal III, they "aren't nearly as sharp as the graphics in its current main competitor - Activision's Vigilante 8: Second Offense".[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Twisted Metal 4: Release Data". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2014-06-10.
  2. "ESRB: Twisted Metal 4". ESRB. Retrieved 2014-06-10.
  3. "Twisted Metal 4 Review". IGN. 23 November 1999. Retrieved 2014-06-10.
  4. "Twisted Metal 4 Review". GameSpot. Retrieved 2014-06-10.

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