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Follow the story of three desperate souls being driven by his most intimate desires and weakneses.

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J.S. Gilbert ...
Sweet Tooth (voice) (as JS Gilbert)
Annie Hayden ...
Dollface (voice)
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Narrator (voice)
David Gazzana ...
Arena Announcer (voice) (as Dave Gazanna)
Justin Turk ...
Charlie Kane (voice)
Russell Reynolds ...
Calypso (voice) (as G. Russell Reynold)
Paul Vinson ...
Sweet Tooth (voice)
Tara Darby ...
Dollface (voice)
Kenyon Glover ...
Mr. Grimm (voice)
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Sophie Kane (voice)
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Charlie Kane (voice)
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Preacher (voice)
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Sweet Tooth Gunner / Young Sweet Tooth (voice)
Karla Jackson ...
Kane Mother (voice)
Olivia Theiring ...
Young Sophie Kane (voice)
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Follow the story of three desperate souls being driven by his most intimate desires and weakneses.

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TWISTED METAL RETURNS to Redefine DESTRUCTION and MAYHEM.

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Action | Horror | Sci-Fi

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14 February 2012 (USA)  »

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The first Twisted Metal game to be made by Eat Sleep Play. See more »

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Sweet Tooth will return in the fight of his life! See more »

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References Up, Up, and Away! (2000) See more »

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I Can't Drive 55
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Simply incredible.
5 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

The latest and greatest Twisted Metal is certainly not worthy of a 7.0/10. Anyone giving the game that score either never gave it a chance, didn't understand where it was coming from, or just found it so 'different' from what's offered today that they can't wrap their heads around it. The fact remains that this is a deeply thoughtful, very well designed game that brings out the best that Twisted Metal has to offer, if only one takes the time to gain proficiency with the game. Just a few online matches after getting the hang of the controls (on a car of your choice - one of the most difficult aspects is how every vehicle handles *drastically* differently now) and you'll see what I mean. This entry is primarily a multiplayer game - so give it a shot, even if you don't like multiplayer! Rank up, and play online for more than just an hour to actually get it!


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