David Jaffe Wants YOU: Twisted Metal Tournament in San Francisco on 2/2

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David Jaffe Wants YOU: Twisted Metal Tournament in San Francisco on 2/2

Hold on to your butts: Twisted Metal is coming to San Francisco, guns blazing, this coming Thursday, February 2nd for an all-access community meetup and multiplayer tournament to celebrate the game’s launch on February 14th. The action will go down at a hip little establishment called Mezzanine (located at 444 Jessie St.) from 6:00 to 9:00pm. The man of the hour, Twisted Metal Co-Director David Jaffe, gives us the full details in his special video invite below.

David Jaffe Wants YOU: Twisted Metal Tournament in San Francisco on 2/2

Here’s what you need to know:

Who: You! This event is open to the PlayStation community, but you must be 21+ to attend. Bring ID!
What: Twisted Metal Multiplayer Tournament and Community Meetup
When: Thursday, February 2nd from 6:00pm to 9:00pm (Protip: Come early!)
Where: Mezzanine, located at 444 Jessie St. in San Francisco)
Why: Multiplayer competition and gameplay, plus sweet rare prizes
How: Participants can RSVP here or sign-up at on-site check-in.

Twisted Metal PS3

I advise that you bring your A-game: The multiplayer tournament champion will win a very swanky and very rare Twisted Metal laser-etched PS3. But if you’re self-conscious about your skill level, never fear. Attendees will also be getting special Twisted Metal items (exclusive to this event!) all night long. You’ll need to be present to score them, though.

Oh, and a special treat for the Twisted faithful: Game Director David Jaffe will be in attendance, so bring those dusty old copies of Twisted Metal: Black and Twisted Metal 2…

To make things easy, why not RSVP? See you next Thursday!

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  • Tried the single player demo… not impressed. I am fully aware it is a demo, but I spent 100s of hours playing the original Twisted Metal and Twisted Metal 2 back in the mid 1990s and this game does not feel like Twisted Metal. The controls are lame. They changed them, getting rid of flat pad or D pad steering support. Also, what in the world is with double tapping the O button to reverse. Some of us ORIGINAL Twisted Metal player knows the analog stick is too slow for this game and after all the years of playing, just doesn’t feel right. They also got rid of the fun combo moves in order to freeze and use shield. Now you just push the flat pad in one direction. No way I’m buying this garbage.

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