GameZombie.TV talks with David Jaffe about his God of War fame and Calling All Cars
David Jaffe, creator of God of War, talks about his new upcoming game, some regrets making Calling All Cars, and Dante's Inferno's likeness to another game.
Twisted Metal co-creator David Jaffe elucidates how this new Twisted Metal game is harder, darker, scarier, and more competitive than ever.
Why is Eat Sleep Play the only developer left making car combat games? How does Twisted Metal fit stand out in 2012? Co-creator David Jaffe explains it all in this frank, honest interview.
This week, we talk about one person's reaction to an early scene in BioShock Infinite, David Jaffe's recent proposal for game journalism, and why we all need to try to be a little more nice to each other.
The co-creator of the Twisted Metal and God of War series likes what game more than anything else?
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Sweet Tooth and co. are back in action in the first console-based Twisted Metal game since Twisted Metal Black, and the first HD iteration in the long-running car combat franchise.
Special hands-on preview of the upcoming reboot for Twisted Metal on PS3. Can the car-shooter genre be resurrected?
Scott Pierce recently went to LA to play three new levels in Twisted Metal.
One really great video mix with an especially nasty version of Tainted love playing in the background.
Over a decade after Twisted Metal Black, Sweet Tooth is back! Was the carnage worth the wait?
The Escapist reviews Twisted Metal.
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