PortsCenter does what no webseries has ever done before - take the 90s and put it on the INTERNET. Marvel at Another World, Flashback, Superfrog, and James Pond 2: Codename RoboCod across multiple platforms, I guess!
They say the mind bends and twists to deal with the horrors of life, but sometimes the mind bends so much that it snaps in two... And so begins the next chapter in car combat: Twisted Metal: Black. Designed and developed by the makers of the original two PSOne games in the series, Twisted Metal: Black sends gamers on a deranged journey through a world rife with horror and desolation. Once underway, players will experience nine vicious battlegrounds with interactive environments and dynamic weather, 14 diabolically destructive vehicles, more than 20 deathmatch maps for four-person multiplayer action, and an improved physics engine that boasts more exaggerated powerslides and more responsive turn rates
Ultra-V- A Japanese giant robot, Ultra-V was created by the Japanese government using the fuel from a saucer to power it, however it quickly went out of control and escaped. Ultra-V's special attack is an extremely long range grapple, launching his hand at an enemy and pulling them straight to him; the ensnared opponent is briefly stunned, allowing for follow-up attacks.