BackgroundSweet Tooth and his rivals climb back behind the wheel for this portable version of the violent vehicular combat game. Most similar to the fondly remembered Twisted Metal 2 (and crafted by Incog, home to many of that earlier game's developers), this PSP version of Twisted Metal offers battles that take place in a dozen diverse arenas, each full of its own devious secrets and hidden powerups. Players choose from 14 familiar Twisted Metal characters and vehicles, each finetuned for play on the handheld. To ensure the action comes "head-on" at gamers, multiplayer competition for up to eight is supported through the PSP's wireless networking features.
- TM:HO is one of the first PAL titles to support PSPs Wireless Infrastructure mode - giving players who have mastered advanced moves such as rear fire, freeze missiles and FLAK the chance to show these skills off to rivals from all over Europe. In addition, for those who prefer to settle grudges locally, the game also supports Wireless Ad-Hoc connectivity for up to six players within the immediate vicinity.
- Even those without the UMD can join in with this multi-player mayhem thanks to PSPs innovative Gameshare mode. Competitive TM:HO players can send one game level to those PSP owners unlucky enough not to have tried it, creating a bite-sized battle at any time.
- TM:HO brings to the PSP some of the best-loved characters from the Twisted Metal franchise with the storyline for each driver unfolding through the animated movies included on the disc. All-new levels, a flexible multi-player structure and varied bonus games make this ideal for gamers on the go.
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- Genre: Action - Automobile
- Developer: Incognito Studios
- Publisher: SCEA
Released North America Mar 24, 2005 Europe Nov 4, 2005