David Jaffe’s announced that Twisted Metal, the title he and his Eat Sleep Play team’s been working on for over two years, won’t see the promised October release, instead the game will come ready early 2012.
David Jaffe is a legend. The man has created some of the most respected games in the industry. Think the behemoth that’s God of War, and of course Twisted Metal. For a long time now the overriding belief has been Jaffe would introduce a new installment of the latter, but according to him that’s not the case.
In fact it’d be much easier to do a sequel Jaffe said, but that’s not the case and everything about this title, which we hope will be revealed next month at E3 is new. That’s why he’s “so stressed these days”.
Gamers are a demanding crowd. Year after year developers work hard, harder than most other forms of entertainment to bring us what we want. For some reason we the gamers pay no mind to what goes on behind the scenes; all we’re interesting in is everything, and I mean everything being perfect. That’s a tall order considering how much effort, research, brainstorming and the likes that goes into making a great game.
But when last did we pause for a moment and really think about how much we take these developers for granted? And the thing is they never complain. Well I believe there’s a time for everything under the sun; and today I ask you to join me in saluting your favorite development team.
Do it after the read in the comments section but right now, we honor them: