PSX Longplay #20: Twisted Metal 2


Twisted Metal 2 (known as Twisted Metal: World Tour in Europe and Twisted Metal EX in Japan) is the second and most successful game in the vehicular combat series, Twisted Metal. It was developed by the game studio SingleTrac, published by Sony, and released in 1996 for PlayStation and Microsoft Windows.
The Microsoft Windows version features slightly cut-down graphics compared to the PlayStation version but doesn’t require a 3D accelerator video card. It also features multiplayer mode over a modem line or Internet.
Two years after its release, Twisted Metal 2 was re-released as a PlayStation Greatest Hits game, however under the developer 989 Studios instead of SingleTrac. It was also released for download in Japan and North America on the PlayStation Network in 2007.

In concept, Twisted Metal 2 is a demolition derby which permits the usage of ballistic projectiles. Players choose a vehicle and an arena—or a series of arenas in the story mode—to engage in battle with opposing drivers. A variety of weapons are obtainable by pick-ups scattered throughout the stage. The objective of the game is to be the last remaining player.


  1. yo I swear these r the best twisted metals ,, the ones on ps2 black sucks ..I swear this is so much better .. the sounds and controls,, black is the worst twisted mtal I played .. they didn't stick with the recipe . even tho they tout it was made by the originators .. I'm getting this and play and the ps 2

  2. I would smoke you in a head to head match in this game (after 1 warm up cause I honestly forgot some of the buttons/combos)


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