Gamers Can’t Play Twisted Metal Online Outside of US
When I reviewed Twisted Metal for the PlayStation 3 a couple months back, one of the only issues I found was an unstable online component, something I thought would have been worked out somewhat shortly after the game’s release. Sadly, it seems as though the online problems have only continued to confound gamers.
A post on Eurogamer this morning points out recent complaints by Twisted Metal owners outside the US, who claim that they’re having trouble going online with the game—a problem that many have been experiencing since at least last Thursday. Sony has yet to comment on the issues, apparently, but the game’s co-creator, David Jaffe, posted this message on Twitter:
“I am hearing this and sorry about it. I will know what is up on Monday. No clue why SCEE territories are locked out :(.I’m sorry.”
It’s not every day that a game’s creator goes out and says that he’s going to look into issues gamers are having. Sure, it’d be nice if the game’s online component just straight up worked, but having Jaffe on your side must be something of a comfort. Anyone out there having problems with Twisted Metal?