I have been a huge fan of theTwisted Metal series since the second installment came out in 1996; where I was constantly being killed by one of my friends who cheaply used Minion. Enough about that, though. I was also a fan of Vigilante 8 and of course Mario Kart, but Twisted Metal reigned on high for years when it came to vehicular combat games. The last good game in the series, Twisted Metal: Black, had come out in 2001, and if we do not count the PSP offering—I do not—then fans went over a decade without any real automotive carnage. Thankfully though, that changed in 2012 with a new game, and I finally got my hands on it.