Twisted Metal 4 (1999)

Video Game  |  Action  |  17 November 1999 (USA)
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Brad Aldredge ...
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Rick Calvert ...
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Bill Carey ...
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Russel Sabin ...
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Jon St. John ...
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Matthew Titelbaum ...
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Mel McMurrin ...
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Zanita Corbett / Meg Jones (voice)
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This is the first and the only Twisted Metal (1995) game where Calypso doesn't run this Twisted Metal contest and is a playable character. See more »

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References Twisted Metal III (1998) See more »

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Time's Running Out
Performed by Curtis
Written by Aaron Carter and Stephen James Barry
Published by Tola Music (ASCAP) Appears courtesy of Moonshine Music
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The game that brought back the attitude of the original
23 May 2005 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

"Twisted Metal 3" sucked. Everyone hated it. It got awful reviews, 989 was practically castrated for their poor efforts. In 1999, a year later, they decided to get it right -- and totally kicked a$$. "Twisted Metal 4" is a bad, bad game -- but in a good way. It's got a bad attitude, a loud rock music soundtrack, gnarly explosions, and awesome levels.

It's the best "Twisted Metal" game except for "II" -- the gameplay is addictive and fun, the levels are extremely well designed. On top of that the new vehicles are great and you can even play as Rob Zombie.

Overall I'd rank this as the second-best of the entire series and say that it was definitely a nice sign-off for the "Twisted Metal" series on original Playstation. (Number five is coming out now on PS2, I heard.)


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