Twisted Metal: Head-On is an excellent handheld Twisted Metal game but the Extra Twisted Edition is easily the definitive version.
Twisted Metal 4 rectifies some of the issues players had with Twisted Metal III. It’s still not as good as Twisted Metal 2, but it’s a great vehicular combat game nonetheless.
Twisted Metal: Small Brawl is a slow-paced rehash of Twisted Metal 2 and there’s nothing new or memorable to make is stand out.
Twisted Metal: Black is one of the best vehicular combat games in the genre and it took a very different direction in terms of tone and atmosphere compared to previous games.
Twisted Metal is an excellent game. Many problems from previous games return but the ggameplay is unmatched when compared to other games in the genre.
Twisted Metal III includes improvements to the core gameplay of the series despite the hate it gets.
Twisted Metal is the foundation for what has become one of the most beloved vehicular combat franchises in history.
Twisted Metal is known for popularizing the vehicular combat genre of video games. We list each game in the series from best to worst.