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Twisted Metal 2: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Twisted Metal 2
Alternate name: Twisted Metal World Tour (Europe); Twisted Metal EX (Japan)
Characteristics: Action, 3-d, Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi, Post-Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter, like Carmageddon
Publishers: Sony, SCEA, SCEI, SCEE, Sony Computer Entertainment
Developers: Sony, Single Trac, SingleTrac Entertainment Technologies
Platforms:
PlayStation - United States
PlayStation (Feb 1997) - Europe
PlayStation (28 Aug 1997) - Japan
PC Windows (1998) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1996
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 10
Num of CDs: 1

User reviews

  • "THAT'S IT!" (by Pyramid Head, 9 Jan 2005) [9/10]
    Cool hard rock soundtrack! Agressive, strong, fast, with many loud beats and cool guitars. When you listening this music, you feel adrenaline, speed, you feel like you are one of participant of this death tournament... I recommend you this one! :)
    PS. You can found this great soundtrack on CUBED'S FTP.

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Record created/updated: 6. August 2002.
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