This article is the second of a two-part series.
For more on Metal Paint, check out IGN’s Metal Paint review.
The Metal Paint series has been around for over five years, but this week’s article is going to cover the second installment in the series, Metal Paint: Metal Paint and Metal Paint 3: The Last Battle, a reboot of Metal Paint with a completely new set of rules.
The series follows the adventures of a ragtag group of metal paint-painters and their mysterious benefactor.
You may remember the Metal Paint games from the original Metal Paint (1999), Metal Paint II (2000), Metal Painter (2003), Metal Painting: The Quest for Glory (2004), Metal Battle: A Metal Battle Adventure (2005), Metal Armor: The Art of War (2006), Metal War: The Great War (2008), Metal Warriors (2010), Metal Heroes (2011), Metal Warfare (2013), Metal Avenger (2014), Metal Art: The Rise of the Titans (2015), Metal Hero III: The End of the Line (2016), and Metal Warlords (2017).
Metal Paint III: Metal Battle and Metal Battle 2: Metal Armor will be released on March 2nd.
Metal Paint was the first Metal Paint game to be available on Steam, but that was a few years ago.
Metal Painting is coming to PlayStation 3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows PC, and Steam.
Metal Painter was also coming to PS3 and PS Vita.