Scrapped Twisted Metal endings show different fates for Dollface, Preacher

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 30 April 2012 01:45 GMT

Twisted Metal’s leading lights received several different kinds of closure in David Jaffe’s original plans for the recent PlayStation 3 reboot.

Eat Sleep Play originally intended to have three endings, depending on difficulty level, revealing more details about Calypso, Dollface, Preacher and the Twisted Metal universe in general.

In a video post on his personal blog, Jaffe said the endings were cut for a number of reasons, including difficulties walking the fine line between fun and cheesy, and how quickly ending cinematics hit YouTube.

A work in progress version of the original endings has already been released, but below you’ll see both alternate versions, along with some explanatory information from Jaffe in text and narration form.

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