Linked combat alongside clever levelling schemes and a narrative told in a big way will have players aching to play through as both protagonists; Milla and Jude. © 2020 METACRITIC, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. The 100 best PS3 games of all time. The Metascore is a weighted average of critic reviews on a scale of 0 (bad) to 100 (good). If you stick just M-rated shooters in a column, then you can figure out which ones are the best.

Page 1 of 3: Page 1 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (2013) After the failure that was the original Final Fantasy XIV (which was planned to also be on the PS3 but due to the flop at launch was delayed), Square decided to put Yoshi P in charge of trying to turn the game around, with him taking the lead from the end of 1.0. indeed, a game who received an average score of 8.3 for user reviews is THE "worst" reviewed...I see a list of bias filled with FPS and Western corporations like Electronic Arts who fills half the freakin chart. If you enjoy multiplayer FPS games, this is the best one. Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune may have been a lacking in the freshness stakes a bit, but it gave the PS3 a post-launch title that you could show to other people and say ‘just look at that!’. Not only does The Last of Us offer one of the most compelling narratives to come along on the PS3, but it also has great game mechanics and beautiful visuals for a complete package. MGS4 is still a technical showcase for PS4, just as MGS2 was for PS2 before it. BioShock, a survival game inspired by dystopian thinkers like George Orwell and Ayn Rand, definitely nabs our top spot with a storyline that revolves around exploring an underwater city seemingly stuck in the 1960s. The Cyrodiil province claimed many a poor soul’s free time. 36. The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition (PS4) BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment. Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (Greatest Hits) - PlayStation 3 SEGA. Killzone 2’s campaign is a largely great FPS romp, but the weighty, tactical feel of the multiplayer made the package truly stand out.

BA1 1UA. Games must have at least 7 reviews to qualify for the list. A proposed sequel was binned, but Ninja Theory’s upcoming game Hellblade looks like a promising alternative. There's something so utterly right about R3. This is a list of video games for the PlayStation 3 video game console that have sold or shipped at least one million copies. 1.The Last of Us (2013) – PSU GAME OF THE DECADE WINNER. Only Hideo Kojima could get away with the amount of grandstanding, and decidedly odd moments found in the supposed finale to the Metal Gear Solid saga (always the last time, eh Koj?). This was a smart move as the game has now arguably become the best MMORPG on consoles, with an amazing storyline, end game, and a host of other standard MMO content. If you managed to avoid the minefield of potential bugs, glitches and crashes, then you had a real shot at getting lost in the wonderfully wintry world Skyrim offered. It's got baseball minigames, ramen cooking minigames, stand-up comedy minigames, an arcade with damn-near full versions of Virtua Fighter 2 and Taiko Drum Master, and so much more - and all of these pursuits are fun in their own unique ways. When Burnout Paradise came out, multiplatform games were always better on Xbox 360. Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Daily Deals: Preorder Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or PC and Save 17% Off, The Best Anime Fanfiction Where the Hero Is a Villain, The Most Messed Up Moments in the Comic Book Version of ‘The Boys’, How to Order a PlayStation 5 on Launch Day, Halo TV Series Recasts Cortana With Original Voice Actress, The Ten Best Black Friday Deals on Books, 4K Movies, and Games, Updated: The Best Black Friday Deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, Zack Snyder Has a Plan for Justice League 2, See South Park: The Stick of Truth on Amazon, Things Ghost of Tsushima Doesn't Tell You. There's no fluff here, just 8 hours of smooth FPS action that still outclasses all its imitators. As proven out by the likes of Assassin’s Creed 2, Watch Dogs 2 and Titanfall 2, it always seems like the first sequel in a given franchise is the one that properly starts to deliver on the promise of the series a whole.

GamesRadar+ is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Instead, we got a WWII shooter…with a twist. One of the most critically and commercially successful games in PlayStation history (and the runaway winner of PSU’s vote)The Last of Us marked a distinct change in output from developer Naughty Dog. For more. Visit our corporate site. Not only did it revive the tired FPS genre, and transform Call of Duty from ok shooter into OMG shooter, it set a benchmark for multiplayer gaming and provided an incredible, 8 hour rollercoaster of a story that few have matched since.


Rockstar had gradually built up the world map size during the GTA III–San Andreas era, so naturally some people expected something huge for GTA IV, especially as it was running on better hardware. Bayonetta (2009/2010) A spiritual successor to the hack n’ slash brilliance that was Devil May Cry (before Devil May Cry 2 happened) with a lead character that arguably betters Dante. When it first came out, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare brought the military shooter into the modern day, and it came with a bunch of exciting military technology. L.A. Noire was an especially curious beast as it focused on being a L.A. cop who moves through the ranks in the 1940’s. Even today, Max Payne 3 stands as one of the finest cinematic shooters in a long while and it demands attention like a .38 pushed against your sweating brow.

Dragon Age 2 is as much a 3.9 as LittleBigPlanet is a 6.5, MW2 is a 5.7 or Hyperdimension Neptunia is a 8.3.Metacritic user reviews... smh.

The strength of Skyrim was in exploration. XCOM: Enemy Unknown/Within (2012/2013) Strategy isn’t a strong suit of console gaming, but under the right conditions, it can work. 49. There are still some absolute crackers like Uncharted 2, The Last of Us, and Batman: Arkham Asylum that all belong to the PS3 generation. Vanquish (2010) Vanquish is short, sweet and gloriously frenetic fun. Far Cry 3 (2012) Almost all of the promise of Far Cry’s setup was thrown out of a window in Far Cry 2, a largely unmemorable parade of mud, fire, and malaria. A whole heap of mystery, imagery that sticks in your head, and and end point that throws up some interesting questions about the series as a whole. Its games Flow and Flower were warmly-received independent darlings, but with Journey the company transcended studio size. For a complete list of all PS3 high (and low) scores, visit Metacritic's PlayStation 3 section. Each stage is well pitched too - there are few, if any, weak moments - and the combat is slicker than a gull plucked from the gulf of Mexico. Bethesda created a post-apocalyptic wasteland that actually felt like one should, and gave it bags of personality and vibrancy even though its palette is almost entirely dreary, sickening greens.