Original Twisted Metal for PS3/PSP?

ESRB hints at PSone Classics release.

The original PlayStation version of Twisted Metal could be getting a re-release under the PSone Classics brand, according to an Entertainment Software Ratings Board listing.

The ESRB entry, spotted by Joystiq, merely states that Sony's Twisted Metal has been given a Teen rating for release on PlayStation 3 and PSP. No release date or further information is offered.

David Jaffe's bonkers action racer debuted on the PlayStation back in 1995.

A new entry in the series was announced at E3 this year, due for release on PlayStation 3 in 2011. Eurogamer's Oli Welsh recently went hands-on with Jaffe's follow-up.

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