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.
Take on the role of Lieutenant James Patterson. You are the Allied force's most reliable military special agent. From storming the front lines of Normandy Beach as an infantryman to becoming an elite intel officer.
Just when Agent 47, a former high-target hitman for an international contractor, has decided to reform himself and retire, he becomes engulfed in an elaborate conspiracy as an anonymous organization kidnaps his friend, the resident priest.
The greatest Car Combat series ever made was completely destroyed when the original owner, SingleTrac sold their rights to the TM franchise to 989 studios. Before anyone could officially call it a Trilogy or a Series, it all went completely down the pipes. the first 2 Twisted Metals had remarkably unique graphics, and high replay value. Twisted Metal III however, Had the worst experience a TM fan could ever have. This game is horrid. The cars are terrible, the cars spend most of their time on their roofs, there is a boss battle in every one of the badly built cities and locales, and the endings, which were what kept me wanting to play the game in the first place, were so disappointing, i wanted to commit suicide. Instead of making cleverly drawn out endings like its predecessors before it, every ending was short, and negative. The only reason this game would be a good buy, is if you buy it to play the music in your CD player. THATS IT! the game-play is horrid. If you want this game, get it for the music.
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