Twisted Metal: Black (2001)

Video Game  -  Action | Crime | Fantasy  -  18 June 2001 (USA)
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Twisted Metal:Black features 15 psychotic mental patients competing in the Twisted Metal tournament for one wish that will grant them anything they want.



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Cast overview:
Michael Sorich ...
Mary Fleming ...
Bloody Mary (voice)
Maria Brady ...
Dollface (voice)
Adam Segen ...
John Doe / WarHawk (voice)
Robert Ayers ...
Preacher / Cop #2 (voice)
Katie Joseph ...
Raven (voice)
J.S. Gilbert ...
Joe Herrschaft ...
Cage (voice)
Ian Axness ...
Taxi Boy (voice)
Jay Richards ...
Commanding Officer (voice) (as Jay Richards Jr.)
Bill Glanting ...
Dr. Hatch (voice)
Paul Olsen ...
Scared Man (voice)


Twisted Metal:Black features 15 psychotic mental patients competing in the Twisted Metal tournament for one wish that will grant them anything they want.

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The most disturbing game ever made.
2 March 2002 | by (Ohio, USA) – See all my reviews

Mortal Kombat, Grand Theft Auto, State of Emergency. These games are all attacked by the media repeatedly for being "too violent." If anything, Twisted Metal Black rises above these in terms of sheer horror. While GTA3 may come right at you with violence, it does not attack you mentally like Twisted Metal does. The storylines revolve around the demented minds of patients in an asylum and their quest to right a wrong. The game itself is one of the greatest on the Playstation 2 and without a doubt the best in the Twisted Metal series. About 15 characters in all, and each level gets progressively more difficult, making the game an everlasting experience. If you're looking for a game to buy on your PS2, I highly suggest this title.

Overall rating: ***** out of *****

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