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People who added this item 200 Average listal rating (93 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 0
Call of Duty: Black Ops - PlayStation 3


I know that COD is getting a lot of shit right now but you have to admit, there are some really good ones. In my opinion, the original Black Ops is the most complete COD game I have ever played - the absolute peak of the series for me. From its sleek visual style, exciting, pretty mind-bending, decades-spanning story campaign, addicting competitive multiplayer, and a fantastic, tongue-and-cheek zombie mode to boot, no game after it couldn't hold a candle to Black Ops.

Activision, Activion, listen to me. If you want the series to go back to its former glory, look back on what this game did right.

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People who added this item 18 Average listal rating (7 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 0
DJ Hero 2 - PlayStation 3


One of the most underrated and underappreciated games of the 7th Gen, DJ Hero 2 came out at a time when the plastic peripheral sub-genre of rhythm games was on the brink of death. Activision milked the absolute shit out of it until there was no more to suck, resulting in declining sales and lost interest. It's a shame too since the original and this game, unlike its Guitar Hero and Rockband peers, completely went left-field with its approach to gameplay. I prefer 2 because of its more expansive gameplay options and just a generally better soundtrack. The beauty of this game is its steady difficulty curve and accessibility as its different difficulty settings caters to your skill level perfectly and will make you better the more you play. As a game itself, it's an absolute blast. The fantastic choice of remixes, the unique DJ gameplay, and its cross-play abilities with Guitar Hero makes DJ Hero 2 one of the best party games ever made.

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People who added this item 177 Average listal rating (71 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Little Big Planet 2 - PlayStation 3


I wasn't a huge fan of the original LittleBig Planet. While definitely creative and visually charming, the two things that completely turned me off was its fidgety and clunky platforming and way too sensitive controls. Granted, this could all depend on the level designs - generally by users - but it was an overall mediocre experience. LittleBig Planet 2, on the other hand, I really liked and thought was a massive improvement from the original. While the sensitive control stuck, the clunkiness of the platforming pretty much disappeared, making it more fun to play through. Unlike the original where platforming is the only option of play, 2 had more varied gameplay styles that you can play and create - from racing, visual novels or RPGs.

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People who added this item 48 Average listal rating (26 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 0
Sly Cooper Thieves In Time - PlayStation 3


Along with Ratchet & Clank, Sly Cooper is a series from an almost long forgotten platforming genre that dominated the PS1 and the PS2 that has survived through a generation reigned by modern military shooters and open-world games. The 4th entry to the series is an absolute welcome return after an 8 year absence. Thieves In Time is probably my second favourite in the entire series after Band of Thieves. Like its predecessors, it retains its fun, stealth-like platforming, varied gameplay styles, timeless cartoon visuals, and the chemistry between the cast of characters but even better and more refined. Even if the loading times are absolutely ridiculous and has frame-rate issues on busier moments, it's an absolute fun time.

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Hatsune Miku is possibly one of Japan's most popular characters, noting from the very successful live concert tours, merchandise, and of course, video games. Even though I have heard of Hatsune Miku, I never became fully exposed to it until I saw a £15 copy of Project Diva F 2nd in GAME as they had some spare new stocks to get rid of. One of the best impulse purchase I've ever done, Project Diva F 2nd is one of the most engrossing rhythm games I have played this side of Guitar Hero and DJ Hero. With its highly varied and well-composed soundtrack, skill-based QTE gameplay, unique presentation, and an incredibly robust editing system where you can make a music video with any song, I was completely blown away by it. If you love rhythm games, seriously give Hatsune Miku a try.

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People who added this item 100 Average listal rating (40 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 0
Battlefield 3 - PlayStation 3


One of the 7th Gen's biggest events was seeing who will win in the sales wars between Activision's Call of Duty and EA's Battlefield - two of gaming's biggest military shooter franchises (a competition that is still going on today) - particularly with Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3. While COD won at the end because it already had a huge following, Battlefield 3 proved to be an incredibly formidable competitor and gained a pretty sizable chunk out of COD's market share. At that time, I jumped at the Battlefield wagon because this period was the point where COD started to get stale and I wanted an alternative. While the campaign is a pile of mediocre shite, BF3 completely blew me away with its grandiose, open-world multiplayer with an emphasis on team strategy, environmental destruction and vehicular warfare. While I eventually switched to the PC to get the full Battlefield experience, my playthrough on the PS3 is one of the greatest multiplayer experience I've had the pleasure of playing.

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People who added this item 54 Average listal rating (27 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - PlayStation 3


In my opinion, one of the best Tekken games to have ever come out. While my personal favourite is Tekken 3 for nostalgic reasons, Tag Tournament 2 is just so refined and chock full of content. In a broader perspective, this is the best Tekken game made yet. Boasting a huge roster of characters, an easy but hard to master combat system, tons of customisation options, and sleek visuals, Tekken has never been better than this. And because it's Tag Tournament, the multiplayer - either with friends or online - is an absolute riot of both fun and fury.

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As a child that made the mistake of picking a Gamecube over a PS2 (disclaimer: I love the Gamecube, it's just that the PS2 had objectively more interesting games), I never got to experience franchises like Ratchet & Clank, Sly Cooper or Jak & Daxter until the PS3. Tools of Destruction was my first exposure to Insomniac's flagship franchise and after playing its sequels and the original trilogy, this is still my favourite in the series. With visuals and a sense of humour akin to a Saturday morning cartoon, an array of wacky weapons, and imaginative level design, it's a platforming action game like no other. While it isn't as refined as its sequels or doesn't have an engaging of a story like the original trilogy, Tools of Destruction hits a good middle ground of that.

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People who added this item 89 Average listal rating (26 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Tales of Graces F - PlayStation 3


The Tales of... series has been around for a long time, with it being one of the premiere JRPG franchises in Japan alongside Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Shin Megami Tensei. In the west, however, there are still not a lot of people that know about it, though, it has gained a steady steam ever since Tales of Zesteria came out. While usually maligned for its shoddy presentation and formulaic stories, the Tales of... series is an underrated RPG franchise. From all the countless games in the series, Tales of Graces F remains my absolute favourite. While the combat became better with future games, in my opinion, Graces F has the best story and best cast of characters, and this is an area where general consensus for it is usually divisive. It still retains the series' renowned Linear Motion Battle System that mixes RPG active time battle with hack-n-slash gameplay mechanics and it is a system that has yet to be imitated in the level of what Tales of... does. If you're looking for a JRPG in the spectrum of Final Fantasy, this is a definite check out.

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People who added this item 69 Average listal rating (26 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 0
3D Dot Game Heroes - PlayStation 3


The Legend of Zelda is an incredibly influential and popular series that has plenty of peers and imitators alike. Some become their own unique game and feel like an homage, and some are just shameless rip-offs. 3D Dot Game Heroes is both those descriptions. Out of all the Zelda-like games out there, 3D Dot Game Heroes might be the greatest love letter to one of gaming's most venerable exclusive franchises, particularly in its NES and SNES days. Attaining a top down camera perspective and pixelated visuals, it is the closest thing to a Zelda game you could get on a Sony console. I am not going to berate it for being a Zelda clone as it is still its own unique game. It's 8-bit inspired aesthetics, non-linear exploration, possibly the biggest sword this side of Cloud's Buster Sword, heavily customisable player-character (you can make him look like Link if you want to), and boundless amounts of charm makes this game an absolute delight to play - one of the best exclusives on the console. An incredibly underrated PS3 gem, definitely check this one out if you're feeling a bit retro.

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People who added this item 654 Average listal rating (316 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 0


Ever since I started getting into Metal Gear Solid recently, I've had a love-hate relationship with the franchise. I love how bombastic and tongue-and-cheek its story is and how the gameplay just gets better and better and more creative with each new entry. At the same time, I hate how it is so far up its own arse with its pretentious, convoluted themes and the way Kojima fucks with player's expectations in general. Metal Gear Solid 4 somehow manages to be in the middle ground on how I see the series as a whole. While the original is still my favourite, Guns of the Patriot comes in about third, before Metal Gear Solid 3. It's pretentious, incredibly up its own arse but you can't help but appreciate its bombastic plot and overly melodramatic scenarios. And with the gameplay, it's an absolute step up from the previous as expected, with more varied stealth options and just generally fluid controls. Being the final game with the original Solid Snake character, it is one of the few games that has brought me to near tears, granted that I did play through from the original Metal Gear Solid up to this game.

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People who added this item 178 Average listal rating (59 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 0
Gran Turismo 5 - PlayStation 3


It's actually surprising that I always miss out the Gran Turismo franchise as this gargantuan property of Sony. It's actually the PlayStation's flagship series, being the best-selling Sony exclusive franchise ever. One of the most amazing things about the series is its cross-over appeal with casual gamers who just want a fun racing title to driving simulator enthusiast who crave for that realistic portrayal of actual driving. Gran Turismo 5 is more of the same - pristine graphical fidelity, loads of cars, tracks, and modes to play around. It doesn't really achieve full realism as the AI are pretty dumb and the crash mechanic is pretty pathetic compared to its competitor Forza. Regardless, it's a fun, expansive racing game that has a lot to offer.

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Hands down the best fighting game I've played on the PS3. Just putting it out now, I am absolutely horrible at this game. I am so bad, I can't get pass the stage with M. Bison on medium. But in the end, I don't feel too bad because it's just so much fun to play. The final iteration of Street Fighter IV, Ultra has every single content that was released previously available on disc, with added features like Ultra moves, more characters, and balancing. At its core, it's a highly responsive, skill-based fighter with a varied set of characters and play styles. To this day, I still have no idea how to fully use a charge character so I just play it safe and go for Ryu or Juri.

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People who added this item 36 Average listal rating (10 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 0
Disgaea 4 - PlayStation 3


Disgaea is a prime example of a series devoted to be a massive time sink. Its games has so much content in it, only the most dedicated can complete it 100%. Seriously, check into howlongtobeat.com and type in Disgaea, they usually average into the 50+ hours in just story alone, with the longest going over 600 hours for full completion. Anyways, the series has been a favourite of mine as I am quite into the grid based tactical role playing genre like Fire Emblem and Final Fantasy Tactics. The fourth entry is probably my second favourite after the Disgaea 2, mainly for its politically driven story and gamplay style, as well as the interesting and diverse cast of main characters. Like a Disgaea game, it's chock full of content, contains a cynical and snarky style of humour, and has an incredibly complex and rewarding tactical and RPG system where you can level up to 9999, with the usual faults being its outdated visuals and high-level entry point.

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People who added this item 45 Average listal rating (12 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 0
Dragon's Crown - PlayStation 3


Hey, do you remember that genre where the gameplay consist of fighting numerous enemies at once and you can only move on once you've defeated every foe on screen? The Beat-em' Up has pretty much disappeared from mainstream gaming as you'd only be able to find one through indies like Castle Crashers or small remnants in Triple A games like the Arkham series. Vanillaware, on the other hand, says fuck that shit and made a pure Beat Em' Up game in the style of Golden Axe and Double Dragon. Dragon's Crown is a fun, unique looking, expansive RPG Beat Em' Up. Courtesy of Vanillaware's trademark 2D hand-drawn aesthetic, it looks fantastic, even if some character designs look kind of grotesque and disproportionate. Seriously, that Amazonian character has to be an alien. As a Beat Em' Up, you use characters with different skill sets and abilities to conquer dungeons and complete quests, and to add to that, there's local 4 player multiplayer.

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People who added this item 540 Average listal rating (252 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 0
God of War III - PlayStation 3


I think the God of War series was made for people who really, REALLY need to let a lot of stress out. Renowned for its imaginative lore, bombastic, larger than life action set pieces, a main character with severe anger management issues, and gratuitous amounts of violence with a tinge of sex, it's an incredibly manly series. God of War III is by far my favourite out of the trilogy, utilising the PS3's technical capabilities to create sprawling action scenes, while at the same time retaining its brutal and flashy combat system with more weapons at your disposal. That boss fight with Cronos alone justifies how graphically beautiful and epic in scale this game is.

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People who added this item 202 Average listal rating (86 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Infamous 2 - PlayStation 3


Along with Spider-Man 2 and Batman's Arkham series, Infamous 2 is one of the best superhero video games ever made in my opinion. A massive improvement from the original, 2 was prettier, had a more engaging story, a more vibrant open world to explore, and had better customisation options with your characters - from how you move about the map to combat enhancements. Granted, its good vs evil morality system called Karma is a bit of a nuisance as it following one side opens up plot holes and locks you out from certain abilities but it is one of the few games that make you feel like an actual super hero.

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People who added this item 156 Average listal rating (91 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 0
Tomb Raider - PlayStation 3


If you want an example of how to do a reboot of a video game franchise, look no further than 2013's Tomb Raider. I wasn't that much of a fan of the previous Tomb Raider games since the controls didn't feel intuitive to me and Lara wasn't that much of an interesting character, even if she is a huge icon in gaming. And then I played the reboot. Going for a more action-oriented style of combat, it was still a Tomb Raider game but it controlled better and it looked better. Not only that, it made Lara a more human character, downplaying her sexuality unlike her previous incarnations and making her an actual person. And she still manage to be kick ass, even if she transformed a little bit too quickly. The story itself is one of the best single-player action campaigns I have ever played, with lots of customisation, gorgeous visuals, breath-taking set pieces that give Uncharted a run for its money, and a slick, highly varied combat system that perfectly mixes stealth and head-to-head confrontations brilliantly. Crystal Dynamics made the right decision to reboot Tomb Raider as it resulted in one of the best action games to ever come out this decade.

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People who added this item 279 Average listal rating (109 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Demon's Souls - PlayStation 3


I was debating whether which FromSoftware torture device brings out the masochist in me - Demon's Souls or Dark Souls. While Dark Souls is a mechanical and technical improvement, I still prefer the game that started it all. Demon's Souls is a dark, unforgiving, and ultimately rewarding hardcore RPG that emulates the spirit of the unfair, controller-destroying titles that marred the NES like Ghost n Goblins and Ninja Gaiden. Hard as balls, you will die a lot but overcoming that ball-busting obstacle gives you a high that you rarely get from a video game, and the most impressive thing is that the deaths are mainly your fault and not the game's design as its grounded combat system and gothic level design are what they are supposed to be. It's not as responsive as future Souls games but it has a special place in my heart as my video game dominatrix.

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People who added this item 374 Average listal rating (187 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 0
Assassin's Creed II - PlayStation 3


To this day, Assassin's Creed II is the best game I have played the entire series. Seriously, nothing has ever been close to a complete Assassin's Creed experience than II. It was between this game and Brotherhood where I debated which one is the best but I will give to the one that made me a fan of the series to begin with. A shining example on how to do a sequel, Ubisoft completely improved upon everything from the original Assassin's Creed and gave us a more interesting story and main character, a more dynamic and vibrant map, better variety in missions, and an emphasis on open-world exploration. Ezio Auditore is still the best character in the series and his saga is one of the best stories of the 7th Gen. Yes, Brotherhood improved upon it more but ACII was just more fun for me.

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If you wanted a console in 7th Gen that had an abundance of JRPGs, the PS3 was the go-to machine. Actually, it's one of the main reasons why I adore the console since I am a huge fan of the sub-genre. Coming out at the tail-end of the PS3's lifecycle, Trails of Cold Steel caught me by surprise and introduced me to a highly underrated JRPG series. Second only to an upcoming entry on this list, Trails of Cold Steel is one of the finest JRPGs the PS3 has to offer. It has some annoying anime cliche's and very outdated visuals as its negatives but what elevates it from being your bog-standard JRPG is its world-building and execution. I wanted to know more about its setting and characters, how the politics and culture work, what are the conflicts etc. and that is the result from developer Nihon Falcom's meticulous pacing of its writing and the way they give a balanced mixture of story and gameplay. From it's endearing, relatable cast of characters, highly stategic turn-based combat, mixture of life-simulation and political drama, and a sprawling, epic story to boot, it's a JRPG in its absolute best.

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People who added this item 245 Average listal rating (137 ratings) 8.8 IMDB Rating 0
Grand Theft Auto V - PlayStation 3


Grand Theft Auto V is seen as the significant bridge between the 7th Gen and 8th Gen as it came out at the commercial end of the PS3 and Xbox 360 and the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One. While San Andreas is still the best GTA game in my opinion, V comes a very close second because of its sheer size and ambition. While the PC version is the ultimate package, the PS3 version is still a fun open world experience. The game is an amalgamation of what Rockstar learned from all the games they developed in the 7th Gen - from Midnight Club LA's responsive driving mechanics, Red Dead Redemptions weapon wheel, and Max Payne 3's improved slow motion shooting, while innovating with its three-character swapping mechanic. Like a GTA game, it's incredibly expansive - sporting possibly the best map and the best cast of characters in the entire series, vibrant in content, and controversial as hell. It's the ultimate 7th Gen swan song and it's a fine one at that.

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People who added this item 230 Average listal rating (81 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 0
Valkyria Chronicles - PlayStation 3


Valkyria Chronicles is hands down the PS3's crowning hidden gem. It sold poorly and didn't have a mass audience appeal, and if you are one of the people that completely missed out on it, you have pretty much passed on one of the best strategy RPGs of the 7th Generation, and one of Sega's greatest intellectual properties. Luckily, it had enough of a dedicated fan base for it to be re-released on Steam, which sold incredibly well, and a remastered edition on the PS4. Regardless of what version you play it on, it's an underrated masterpiece. Boasting beautiful, canvas-like visuals, a dramatic and emotional political war story, colourful, three-dimensional characters and an incredibly innovative turn-based battle system, it's just a wonderful piece of entertainment. A definite check out for any strategy enthusiast out there.

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People who added this item 32 Average listal rating (9 ratings) 9.3 IMDB Rating 0
Journey Collector's Edition - PlayStation 3


While the collection itself is a great package containing Thatgamecompany's entire portfolio, the main attraction for this is Journey, which is the collection's namesake. When it came out, Journey was the PS3's must-have downloadable game, winning over a lot of critics and audiences, including me. Even if its only 2 hours long, it was an emotional, other-wordly experience that can prove video games to be more than just a piece of entertainment. While incredibly simple gameplay wise, it's one of the best presented titles on the PS3, with gorgeous visuals, a sweeping soundtrack, and an endearing online co-op. It's not a game for everyone but it's a title that should be experience at least once. On the other titles on the collection, Flow and Flower feel like the pre-alpha versions of Journey, with the same melancholic and emotional feel. Still, collection is worth it for just Journey alone.

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People who added this item 275 Average listal rating (135 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 0
Batman: Arkham City - PlayStation 3


Best. Superhero. Game. Ever.

Seriously though, if you want an example of a licensed game done right, just look at the Arkham series, particularly Arkham City. Taking and expanding upon the stealth/beat-em' up/metroidvania gameplay style that made Asylum a surprise hit and putting it in an open-world area, you couldn't ask for a better Batman game, hell a superhero game in general. Along with its dark, gritty plot, it looks aesthetically pleasing with its comic book-like design, and there are a ton of Batman-y things to do in the game, from catching several of Batman's rouges gallery, Riddler trophies, to beat-em up and stealth challenges.

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People who added this item 521 Average listal rating (258 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 0
Heavy Rain - PlayStation 3


Heavy Rain was the turning point for me when I realised that the PS3 just hands down have the best exclusives. At the time this game came out, Valkyria Chronicles, Uncharted 1 and 2, Killzone 2, Resistance 1 and 2, Ratchet & Clank Tools of Destruction, Metal Gear Solid 4 and a whole other slew of fantastic first-party titles was available on the PS3. Other than that, everyone of them were completely different experiences of their own, and Heavy Rain is the definition of different. An interactive, cinematic adventure game, it boasted one of the best visuals I have seen on the console at the time. Aside from its clunky movement controls and at times hokey voice acting, it's one of the few games that does Quick-Time Events right, making them an actual interactive part of the story rather than an excuse to make the player think they're doing something important, and the story is one of the best I've ever experienced - a dark, perfectly paced neo-noir mystery thriller about loss and redemption - with many winding paths and endings to discover, leading to many different playthroughs and experimentation.

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People who added this item 397 Average listal rating (206 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 0
Red Dead Redemption - PlayStation 3


While the Grand Theft Auto series is Rockstar's most prolific and revered properties, I consider Red Dead Redemption the best game the company has ever produced. More than just GTA in the west, it is an incredibly atmospheric, impeccably presented open-world Western adventure with a vast array of things to see and do. Coupled with an epic, tragic story of an outlaw trying to redeem himself, it embodies what makes Westerns cool in the first place, from gun duels to horse chases. It's beautiful environments, dynamically-generated soundtrack, and expansive map makes it one of the most immersive experiences I have played in any video game. Stop delaying the inevitable and give us Red Dead Redemption 2...

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People who added this item 435 Average listal rating (211 ratings) 8.8 IMDB Rating 0
The Last of Us - PlayStation 3


Considered by many to be the best game on the PS3, I would say sure, it's one of the must plays on the console. One of the last major exclusives to come out on the console, The Last of Us is Naughty Dog's gut punch to the machine as it is the game that pushes it to its absolute limit as it looks absolutely beautiful, as expected from the only developer that actually knows how to utilise a Sony console. It has one of the best single-player campaigns of the last generation - a bleak, tragic narrative set in an apocalyptic wasteland that studies human nature and its themes of loss and hope, with Joel and Ellie being the best acted video game characters I've seen in a game, courtesy of Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson's Oscar-worthy performances. Gameplay wise, it's a solid zombie survival title with incredibly grounded combat, realistic resource management, and a flawed but intuitive stealth system. If you have a PS3, this is a definite must get for your collection.

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People who added this item 180 Average listal rating (52 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 0


I've mentioned that Trails of Cold Steel is the second best JRPG I've played on the console. This game is the best JRPG I've played not only on the PS3 but this decade as well. Ni No Kuni is both a love letter to the JRPGs of the 16-bit era as well as an antithesis to its modern peers. With breath-taking, timeless visuals courtesy of Studio Ghibli, a simple but epic and emotional story of world-saving, a likeable, colourful cast of characters, and a highly intuitive familiar-based combat system, it is just refreshing to see a JRPG like this today. With the sub-genre nowadays dominated by needlessly complicated plot-lines and broody, ultimately lifeless protagonists, Ni No Kuni exist to take you away from that.

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People who added this item 651 Average listal rating (334 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 0
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves - PlayStation 3


Without this game, I wouldn't even bother getting a PS3 in the first place. Without this game, the PS3 wouldn't have recovered from its dismal launch. Giving credit to a game that has already received countless amounts of it, Uncharted 2 is without a doubt the title that spearheaded the PlayStation 3 to success, as well as the best game I have played on the system. It is both a technical showcase of the console's power and a beautiful looking, exciting, action-packed adventure game filled with endearing characters, mind-blowing set-pieces, and a fun, Hollywood-style plot. Even with its fidgety platforming and sloppy gun-play, Uncharted 2, from the first time it was released until today, is a modern masterpiece of gaming.

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The PlayStation 3 might be my favourite console ever. Since I grew up as a teen in the mid-2000s, my biggest exposure to games was the 7th Generation and the one system I gravitated towards to was Sony's powerhouse entry to that generation. While it had a stifling launch because of its initially hefty price tag, difficult-to-develop-for infrastructure, and lack of arresting launch titles, it has grown to become the most sophisticated console of the 7th Gen. While similar to the Xbox 360 for its third-party games, it had the edge for its free online multiplayer and a library of more interesting first-party titles.

Of course, the reason why a console is awesome is not the console itself but its games. Out of all the consoles that I own, I have a largest collection for the PS3 because there are too many good games on the bloody thing. There are so many, I couldn't narrow this list down to just 10 so 30 should do for this.

So here are my Top 30 Favourite PS3 games ever.

Rules -
No HD Remakes from a previous generation
One game per franchise

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