On Christmas Eve of 2005, demonic Calypso is organizing his tenth annual Twisted Metal car combat deathmatch contest on the streets of L.A. Whoever wins gets to make one wish and Calypso has to grant it, but usually with a sinister twist.
When the Japanese declare war on the United States of America with the attack on Pearl Harbour, Corporal Joseph D. "Joe" Griffin fights through the Pacific whilst on a mission to rescue his captured brother.
And Some Ya Lose
Performed by One Minute Silence
Written by Eddie Stratton, Brian Barry, Chris Icnatiou & Glen Diani
Published by Music of V2 America, Inc./BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) Courtesy of Big Cat Records/V2 Records Inc. See more »
I, in 2007, am just writing this review for a Playstation 1 game. Twisted Metal 4 was extremely fun to play, and although it can be very hard to beat all the way through (you can't save!) it is still very addictive and fun. The graphics were very nice for the time, and the weapons options are good enough. But the true charm of TM4 is blowing up your friends. It's a very, very fun multiplier game. I used to play it all the time with my dad and brother; but don't get me wrong, the main game is still great.
So yeah, I just decided to look it up and review it. If somehow, you can get a hold of this game, I would highly suggest it.
9 lethal clowns out of 10.
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