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The second Twisted Metal game earned the series classic status, so it’s perfectly fitting that Twisted Metal: Head-On looks to its roots for inspiration. For both better and worse, this handheld adaptation of the origin of vehicular combat apes its now distant precursor in more ways than one.
The Twisted Metal formula is very much present in Head-On, and it’s hardly changed at all. So while some faults of the older games can still be pointed out—there’s too much reliance on auto-tracking weapons—Head-On retains all of the addictive qualities that Twisted Metal 2 made famous.
The single player modes of Twisted Metal: Head-On are nearly identical to those of Twisted Metals past, centering on the straight-forward story mode that drops players into a series of different arenas to battle it out in a free-for-all melee. This mission-to-mission game progression works very well on the handheld format, making Head-On very pick-up-and-play friendly. But that’s not to say the story mode is entirely shallow. New to Head-On is an interesting upgrade system that rewards aggressive killing with collectible upgrades. The upgrades can increase the power of special attacks, boost the height of jumps, and even improve armor, and their effect is permanent until the driver dies. So even though the game allows two deaths per level, there’s enough reason to stay alive to keep things constantly intense.
It doesn’t take more than a half hour or so to run through the brief story mode, but there’s plenty of lasting appeal in the form of unlockables and secrets. Each of the more than thirteen twisted characters has an unlockable ending cinematic. On top of that, there are multiple secret characters to unlock, both by completing the story mode normally and by finding secrets buried within the levels. In the midst of vehicular combat, there are secret teleporters that initiate mini-game challenges. Completing these challenges will unlock added extras for single and multiplayer games.
As with previous games in the series, Twisted Metal: Head-On prominently features a decidedly twisted sort of humor. Head-On borrows its visual styling from Twisted Metal 2, using lightly animated, colorful drawings to deliver the series’ now legendary character endings. The endings in Head-On may not match the awesome absurdity of Twisted Metal 2, but the styling is very much here, invoking a nostalgia that even Twisted Metal: Black couldn’t achieve.