Twisted Metal heading to PS3?

Code deciphered in new PS2 release.

Top Men on the Internet have uncovered a hidden message in Twisted Metal: Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition that says the series is coming to PlayStation 3.

As spotted on NeoGAF, kids from GameFAQs discovered that random numbers displayed through the Dark Past video can be substituted for corresponding letters to give the message "Twisted Metal is coming on PS Three".

This comes a few days after David Jaffe of developer Eat Sleep Play told GamePro that "if you want to know what our next game is, it's absolutely revealed if you have a sharp eye in Twisted Metal: Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition".

"It's a really cryptic riddle we put in there," he said.

Twisted Metal publisher Sony told Eurogamer this morning that it could not comment on the reports.

Twisted Metal: Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition - out now in the States - is a budget-priced port of the PSP game Twisted Metal: Head-On, which features all sorts of added bonus content to keep fans of the series happy.

You can read what our American chum Mark Androvich - US editor of GamesIndustry.biz - thought about it in our Twisted Metal: Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition import review.

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