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Posted on Jul 26th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (singlebanana)
Posted under Playcast, Twisted Metal, playthrough, June, 2019, Concertcast


In this episode of the PlayCast, Rich (singlebanana) and Shawn (GrayGhost81) hit the gas and ready the rockets as they discuss two installments of the classic, vehicular combat series, Twisted Metal, with Twisted Metal 2 and Twisted Metal Black. Does the former game still maintain a glisten from its glory days? And does Black for the PS2 take itself a step above its predecessors?  Our Question of the Month asks, "If YOU were a competitor, what would your vehicle and special attack be?" Get ready to laugh along with us as we read the comments from our followers on social media and our friends from the forums. For fans of the nostalgic Twisted Metal series, Episode #63 of the PlayCast is one that you will not want to miss!

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Posted on Jul 27th 2007 at 05:23:44 PM by (Tondog)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Eat Sleep Play, David Jaffe, Scott Campbell, Sony, Incognito, Twisted Metal

The big announcement David made is that he is leaving Sony Santa Monica/Sony to form a new independent studio with Scott Campbell of Incognito. Color me not surprised.

Eat Sleep Play will consist of David, Scott, and a bunch of key players from Incognito/Singletrac. Don't get all excited Nintendo and Microsoft fans, because Eat Sleep Play has a contract with Sony to publish 3 games exclusively for them. After that, however, who knows. I bet they extend that contract even further because everyone at that company is comfortable with how Sony handles their work. As David said in his blog entry on this subject:

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Again, we are working with Sony and that just feels great. We met with some other interested parties but at the end of the day, Sony is our home, our family, and we're really thrilled and honored they wanted to work with us and continue the relationship we've spent almost 15 years cultivating. So in many ways, it's like very little has changed, other than the pay cut.

So I don't think they will be making stuff for Microsoft/Nintendo in the future. I'm sure they'll be exactly like Insomniac, a totally independent company that likes working with Sony.

The company's first project is an enhanced port of the PSP game Twisted Metal: Head-On for PS2. The game will also include 5-7 levels from the unreleased Twisted Metal Black: Part 2, and a documentary on the history of the series. Their first original game will be out sometime in 2008.

So, from all of RFGen, best of luck to David, Scott, and co with Eat Sleep Play, and we can't wait to see what you do in the future!



Posted on Jul 26th 2007 at 05:48:57 PM by (Tondog)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Sony, PS3, PSP, PS2, David Jaffe, God Of War, Twisted Metal, Speculation


David Jaffe, the outspoken creator of the smash hits God Of War and Twisted Metal, has some kind of announcement planned for tomorrow. He will be posting it on his blog right after the press release comes out around 9 AM or so tomorrow morning (probably Pacific Time).

In his latest blog post, Jaffe says...

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT COMING FRIDAY...well big announcement for ME. It's not like I'll be revealing what game we've been working on, stuff like that. Well actually, I will be able to talk a little bit about ONE of the games for the first time...

[middle cut since he's talking about how he saw some family in Alabama and ate at Cracker Barrel.]

c- Friday-at 9am (PR wants to send the press release out before I post...so no 12:01 update)...but at 9am, I will post news of my future. Again, it's a big deal for me personally and it does deal with my work. So this week I'll be able to spill SOME of the beans...and I'll prob. spew about how I'm dealing with this very, very big change in my work life.

Hope to see ya'll soon!

David

ps. Just FYI, the game alot of you guys seems to think we are working on, we are not. Sorry to dissapoint Sad

So, he says it isn't what we think he's working on, so that rules out Twisted Metal 5 or Black 2 or whatever they're going to call it. David most likely isn't going to take on the directorial role in God of War 3, because he doesn't really want to make huge epics any more (though he'll probably maintain a supervisor role with Cory Barlog directing, like he did with God of War 2). The other possibility I'm hearing a lot is that he's leaving Sony, which is most likely not the case because David has stated many times that he has no intentions to leave Sony since they have been so good to him for the past 10 years or so.

Here's what I think will happen:

He's going to open up a new studio that will make games for Sony, and more specifically, the Playstation Network.

Here's my reasoning. After taking a month off from the blog in May (maybe due to his tirade against Gamespot and Joystiq), he posted this entry which consists of 2 pictures of an empty office space. In some of the next entries, he mentions having some big design tasks for his next game, but it's nothing too important to my argument. However on his July 1 blog entry, he posts a picture of some beer (...and weed) on a table and captions it with "How else do you expect us to celebrate signing a big, important, life changing contract?!?" That contract, probably with Sony and us meaning someone from Incognito (probably the head, Scott Campbell), since he's worked with them on many projects (including his most recent, Calling All Cars!).

That and David is pretty much one of Sony's biggest star developers, and I bet that they would be willing to listen to what he wants to do.

Anyways, now that my silly speculation is over, remember to keep it tuned on RFGen for all the news that matters.



Posted on Jul 18th 2007 at 02:13:45 PM by (Tondog)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Sony, Playstation 3, Twisted Metal, Sweet Tooth

A picture has surfaced online recently...



Look at the "mushroom cloud". It looks more like a Sweet Tooth cloud to me!

Twisted Metal coming to PS3 makes perfect sense. The last game came out more than 5 years ago, and David Jaffe recently mentioned on his blog that they are working on a Twisted Metal documentary for something he can't talk about.

If it's true, that will make Tony very happy as Twisted Metal Black is one of his favorite games on the PS2.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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