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Twisted Metal: Head-On Member Review for the PSP

By:
BIGmitch78
03/29/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 6 
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER Incognito 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Drug Reference, Violence

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As a Twisted Metal Fan, I really like the fact that you CAN take Twisted Metal with you. Twisted Metal: Head - On has the legacy of the famous Sweet Tooth. I think TW:HO is enjoyable because of the fact of being able to play as Seewt Tooth. Most TW fans like Sweet Tooth because he is a CRAZY Killing Machine as we find out in TW:B. There is a lot of returnees from previous Twisted Metal games(this being a GOOD factor). In TW:HO you can access three differant versions of Sweet Tooth(organial, dark tooth and tooth tower (SWEET!!!)). Over all I as a gamer wanting action and shoot'em up games, this game is awesome.


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