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Twisted Metal Community Event In San Francsico February 2nd

Posted on Wednesday, January 25 @ 17:50:42 PST by

Sony will be featuring a multiplayer event for Twisted Metal in San Francisco on Thursday, February 2nd, and David Jaffe, who will be in attendance, has invited everyone in the video above. So if you're got any games by David Jaffe, bring them along (you can bring games not made by him if you want to be awkward). The event will take place from 6:00 to 9:00pm at the Mezzanine at 444 Jessie Street, a venue which has seen frequent use by the game industry, especially Capcom for their earlier Fright Night.

The event will feature not only a community meetup, but also a multiplayer tournament and kiosks with Twisted Metal gameplay, which should be of the full build considering that the game will arrive February 14th. The winner will walk away with a Twisted Metal laser-etched PS3, while losers attendees will receive exclusive Twisted Metal items.

You can RSVP for the event here.

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