SCEE hits Twisted Metal with a delay and censor cuts

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With gamers everywhere looking forward to a Valentine’s Day massacre, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have pulled the rug out from under its regional demographic at the last minute. The game will be delayed into March, and will see some cuts as well.

Twisted Metal creator David Jaffe took to NeoGAF to address the issues personally, detailing exactly what changes the game will undergo when it releases in Europe. Some editing has been done to make the cinematic cutscenes slightly less gory, while the sole gameplay change is that a screaming man tied to a gurney on the Meat Wagon vehicle is now a lifeless body.

As for a new release date, nothing has been set and even Jaffe is unsure. Hopefully it won’t be too long.

Meanwhile, North American gamers can expect the game to launch on time on February 14th.

Source: NeoGAF

Readers Comments (1)

  1. So lame. If they feel it’s too violent, then it’s obviously not for them. There is no best interest of the people here, this is how the game was intended to be and it should stay that way. People are responsible for their choices and purchases, and it should stay that way rather than some higher ups doing it for them.

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