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WRECKED: Revenge Revisited was developed by Supersonic and is the spiritual successor to the MASHED series from the PlayStation 2/Xbox generation.
Scrap Metal is a top-down racing game with street and offroad courses, powerful weapons, and customizable cars.
Burnout Paradise turns the Burnout series on its head by moving from closed set tracks to an open world full of events to experience both alone and in a group online.
Mashed: Fully Loaded is the expanded release of the original Mashed: Drive to Survive. Race against CPU opponents or friends. Use all manner of weapons to blow stuff up and avoid being blown up yourself.
Mortars, Missile launchers, Flamethrowers, Drum bombs and more are the key to winning.
The fourth installment to the Burnout series, Revenge expands on the fast-paced racing series by adding new features such as same-way Traffic Checking, Vertical Takedowns, Traffic Attack mode, and changes to Crash mode.
Twisted Metal goes portable with Twisted Metal: Head-On for the PSP.
Burnout 3: Takedown was first in the series to feature the signature takedown system for combating opponents. Revolutionizing the series, it has been the gameplay model for Burnout games ever since.
Smash Cars is a racing game where you take control of an RC car and try to finish first, all while staying in one piece. The game also features a trick system, but it is a bit inconsistent.
The first game in the Burnout series, 'Burnout' set the platform for a new generation of racing games, with a focus on speed, extravagant crashes, and a goal of driving as recklessly as possible.
The fifth game of the Twisted Metal franchise. It occurs outside of the "normal" continuity and has a much darker tone than the previous games.
Rollcage Stage II is the sequel to Rollcage. It is a futuristic racing game where gravity is easily bent and weapons can change the course of a race in seconds.
The fourth installment in the Twisted Metal series, and the last to be developed by 989 Studios before the series moved to Incognito Entertainment.
Micro Machines 64 Turbo (March 24, 1999 - Codemasters)
Twisted Metal III is a vehicular combat game, and the third game in the Twisted Metal franchise.
Micro Machines V3 is the first 3D instalment in the tiny top down racing franchise based on the popular toys. Developed by Codemasters, V3 was known for its wide selection of party modes including an 8 player controller share option.
Twisted Metal 2 is the second game in the franchise, which adds more playable characters and weapons to the series as the various cars attempt to battle their way to the evil Calypso for their desired prize.
Twisted Metal was one of the earliest games on the first Playstation and at the time really showed what the fledgling system could do. It set the standard for vehicular combat games for years to come and developed a cult following of devoted fans.
Micro Machines '96 is a 2D, top down view, arcade racer based on the popular miniature cars of the same name. With the inclusion of the Construction Kit and released on a J-Cart this is the ultimate Micro Machines experience.
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