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This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to Eat Sleep Play's car combat series reboot Twisted Metal, which reviewers describe as "a blast, when it's firing on all cylinders." Twisted Metal currently earns a score of 79 out of 100 at Metacritic.com.Game Informer's Dan Ryckert scores Twisted Metal at 8.5 out of 10. "In the early years of the PSone, the successful vehicular combat game brought attention to a console trying to establish its identity," he begins. "With

 

David] Jaffe back in control of the series after a 10-year hiatus, how does the series stack up in a vastly different gaming landscape largely devoid of vehicular combat games?"Ryckert believes that fans will enjoy the u2fifa series' latest installment. "In terms of classic Twisted Metal gameplay, this is the best the series has ever been," he asserts. "When the game drops a handful of vehicles into a gigantic, destructible playground littered with weapons, it's a blast."Most of the classic weapons are