To coincide with new TV Series.
A "smart-ass milkman" with no memory of his past.
To coincide with upcoming TV adaptation.
Will be a post-apocalyptic action comedy.
Jaffe: This "will be the last Twisted Metal game made."
"I hate free-to-play but I love aspects of it."
David Jaffe to quiz Sony today.
Twisted Metal turns up 12th, Yakuza fails to chart.
Download old PS1 games £3.99 a pop.
Fate of Yakuza, Bit.Trip, Konami games unknown.
Sony Pictures' project firms up.
Explains and confirms surprise Eat Sleep Play exit.
Studio switches from console to iPhone, iPad development.
Not long to wait for delayed car combat revival.
Plus, SCEE censoring some cut scenes.
But where is Trine 2?
Addresses key balance issues.
Copper load of this.
Mature age-rating has teensy spoilers.
Talks sales hopes, delays and the Skyrim bug.
February in Europe, Valentine's Day US.
Jaffe: more "tuning and polish" needed.
Bleep. ****. $%@*!
Jaffe unsure if it's a "big Sony franchise".
Jaffe: "Your WipeOut is our Twisted Metal."
"You canít put a price on fun."
Sony marketing sparked Blu-ray release.
Calls for internet game update limit.
ESRB hints at PSone Classics release.
Devs would rather be Bruckheimer.
Fans question handling of characters.
"To us the vehicles are the characters."
But wanted "a genuine E3 surprise".
"Don't seem a great fit," says Jaffe.
New Nuke mode, 16-player online.