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    PS3T's Top 25 PlayStation 3 Games - Part Five: The End...?



    Part 5 - The End...?

    Following the unfortunate events of 2011, Sony really stepped up its game. In the immediate wake of the hack, Sony really began to push its PlayStation Plus service, filling the Instant Game Collection with bigger and better games, and adding Cloud storage for game saves (which was later upgraded to allow for up to 1gb of storage).

    In early 2012 they unveiled the PlayStation Vita, a handheld successor to the PSP that features dual analogue sticks, front and rear touchpads, a gorgeous 5-inch OLED screen, and powerful enough hardware to promise home console-quality games on the go. While the initial launch line-up was somewhat lacking, Sony have since grown the Vita ecosystem significantly, with dozens of fantastic games like Killzone: Mercenaries, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Tearaway, and Persona 4 Golden. With a plenty of great titles still coming, access to hundreds of PSP games and PS1 Classics, and Vita games now being added to the IGC, the PlayStation Vita is a fantastic handheld well worth your consideration.


    If 2012 was the year of the Vita, 2013 was the year of the PlayStation 4. Sony kicked off the new year with a massive event in New York, finally revealing the existence of the PlayStation 4, and showing off some truly impressive stuff, like Destiny, Killzone Shadow Fall, and Mark Cerny's hair.

    With no response from Microsoft for almost 3 months followed by a less-than-exciting reveal, Sony owned next-gen for the first half of the year, and at E3 they absolutely killed it. Fast forward another few months to the PlayStation launch, and it was clear just how well Sony had done. The PS4 broke sales records across most territories and has already sold 3.4 million units (AToP), even before launching in its home territory of Japan!



    But next-gen wasn't the only thing on gamers' minds. As most gamers will know, the period towards the end of a console generation sees some of the best games for the platform. It's a trend that's been proven time and time again, and the PlayStation 3 is no exception. The 2012-13 season saw some phenomenal games from both first and third-party developers, and from studios big and small. Indie devs, in particular, put out some of the best games, and plenty made their way onto Sony's platforms like Thomas Was Alone and Hotline Miami.

    The PlayStation 4 may have arrived, but the bell has yet to toll for the PlayStation 3. Sony has pledged to support the console for at least the next few years, and 2014 promises plenty of great releases, including Dark Souls 2, South Park: The Stick of Truth (although it could just as easily be out in 2015...), Final Fantasy X-X2 HD Collection, Persona 5, and the conclusions to both The Wolf Among Us Season 1 and The Walking Dead Season 2.

    There's plenty of life left in the console, but if you don't want to wait for 2014, here are the last 5 games on our Top 25 list. Any one of these games is reason enough to hold onto your console, and are all worthy of your consideration. So let us delay no more. Let's do this! LEEEEROOOOOOOOOY-



    Quote Originally Posted by Rubicant
    In a generation in which the distinction between genres of some games has become as blurry as a hallucinogenic trip down a mushroom cave, you’d be hard pressed to find a title that is more difficult to categorize than Far Cry 3. At face value it’s a first-person open world role-playing shooter (already a mouthful in itself), but the game never allows itself to be constrained by such labels. Instead, it borrows bits and pieces both from its heritage and other contemporary games to create an experience that is equal parts familiar and fresh.

    You play as Jason Brody, a young man on vacation in South-East Asia with a bunch of friends when the unthinkable happens. What starts as a celebratory outing quickly turns into the holiday from hell, as the group are captured and held on the fictional Rook Islands by a group of pirates - led by the enigmatic and unhinged Vaas - who intend on ransoming them for money before selling them into slavery. Jason manages to escape and seek refuge with the Rakyat – the native peoples of the archipelago who are locked in a bitter conflict with the pirates who have taken over their home - and agrees to join their fight, after being offered the means to save his friends, and to seek revenge against Vaas and his pirate hordes.

    Missions will have you travelling all over the vast island - you’ll be driving, sailing, flying and zip lining all over the tropical playground as you fight to reclaim the island and find your friends by clearing out encampments, sabotaging outposts, and strengthening the position of the Rakyat. In your downtime you can explore the island to sync your map (Assassin’s Creed-style), cause some mayhem, and hunt the rare and endangered wildlife [to make wallets] - but watch out! Many will hunt you right back!

    And you’ll want to explore the island whenever you get the chance because it’s absolutely gorgeous. Everything about it, from the lush jungles to the beautiful beaches; and from the underwater caves to the tallest mountain peaks, the Rook Islands are full of natural beauty - a welcome change to the ‘50 Shades of Brown’ that pass for game environments nowadays.

    Far Cry 3’s amazing singleplayer, with its awesome story (Vaas is easily one of the most memorable villains in a long time) and true sandbox gameplay, are complimented by fun cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes and thousands of collectibles that will keep you busy for dozens of hours. Ubisoft successfully captured the freedom and insanity that the franchise is famous for, while borrowing a little bit from Assassin's Creed and injecting some fresh ideas to produce what is by far the best Far Cry game to date.




    Quote Originally Posted by Rubicant
    When Square Enix announced that one of its biggest acquired properties was going to be getting the reboot treatment, there were skeptics among even the most devoted of fans. People were worried from the get go that Lara Croft was about to be ruined even more than she already was by recent additions to the already tarnished franchise. Luckily, Crystal Dynamics somehow lived up to, and in the eyes of many people exceeded, expectations.

    Instead of building off of the extremely convoluted mess that the existing Tomb Raider franchise had become in its sequelitis, Tomb Raider went back to Lara's origin, and showed us how exactly a young aristocratic girl from London became the world's premiere treasure-hunting archaeologist with a minor in gun-playing acrobatics.

    Shipwrecked on her first true expedition, Lara finds herself alone on the mythological island of Yamatai, off the South coast of Japan. Thrust into a series of situations that test her ability to survive, the player is put on an adventure that has all the subtle themes that made the franchise popular, with tweaks in gameplay and controls that finally felt current with comparable games on the market.

    Tomb Raider is a great game by all means, with a serviceable multiplayer, and additions to the singleplayer that made up for the depressing state that the series had fallen into in the last few years as a result of over-milking. Making many end of the year award lists, and being a major hit among the consumers and critics alike, the game is proof that you can take an existing franchise and give it a proverbial reset, if it's put in the right hands.




    Quote Originally Posted by Faust
    Seems fitting, really, that we began and now end this list with a game from Irrational – and another BioShock, no less! It speaks volumes about the studio, director Ken Levine, and all the talented writers, artists, game developers, et al. at the Boston-based developer, and proves that BioShock was no fluke.

    A spiritual prequel (of sorts) to the original BioShock, BioShock Infinite is an alternate history science fiction first-person shooter set in 1912 which follows the story of Booker DeWitt - a down-on-his-luck former cavalryman turned private investigator in need of some way to pay off his debts - and his journey to the mysterious cloud city of Columbia – a seemingly perfect bastion of technology and purity in the sky that harbors many dark and destructive secrets – in search of his ticket to freedom. That ticket just so happens to be Elizabeth - a vivacious and fiercely intelligent young woman with mysterious reality-bending powers, held captive within the floating city – who Booker must rescue.

    In terms of gameplay, Infinite clearly shares much of BioShock’s DNA and yet, in many ways, plays totally different. For the most part you’re exploring rich and imaginative environments, shooting bad guys, and ingesting more performance-enhancing s**t than Lance Armstrong; but Infinite throws plenty of variety into the mix, namely with the inclusion of the ‘Sky-line’ – a rail-based system that you can latch onto using your ‘Sky-hook’ to traverse levels and manoeuvre swiftly around the battlefield like some kind of homicidal, self-aware monorail – and Elizabeth herself, who helps you out in combat by scavenging for ammo, medical kits and the like.

    Infinite is as great to play as it is to just look at, with astounding visuals and a resplendent art design that bring the incredible world of Infinite to life in stunning detail, and provide some of the most memorable sights in gaming - the city of Columbia in particular is absolutely breathtaking.

    And don’t let Infinite’s ‘bro-bait’ cover-art fool you. Much like the original BioShock, Infinite too deals with lots of ‘isms’ like racism, religious fanaticism, and American exceptionalism. It’s a strange and unique concoction of deeply intellectual narrative elements and every-man-appealing gameplay and characters that offer plenty for everyone, whether you’re looking for something more cerebrally engaging or just a great story-based shooter to just enjoy.

    With its gripping narrative full of twists and turns that will have you on the edge of your seat, fast-paced and action-packed gameplay, excellent characters (thanks to some great voice acting), and its absolutely awesome setting, BioShock Infinite is one of the best shooters of the generation and a true pleasure to play.





    Quote Originally Posted by Faust
    From Canadian indie developer Drink Box Studios, Guacamelee! is a rambunctious action platformer that ties the well-established Metroidvania style with a light-hearted Mexican theme to tell the tale of Juan, an Agave farmer who, after being murdered by the evil Carlos Calaca, finds a mysterious Luchador mask in the underworld which imbues him with great powers. Using his new found strength, Juan journeys across the land learning new skills in order to save the world and his love, El Presidente’s Daughter, from the clutches of Calaca.

    Guacamelee! perfectly marries a surprisingly deep combat system with challenging and varied platforming sections, both of which become increasingly more difficult as you progress and unlock new abilities. The solid gameplay is complimented by a wicked sense of humour and tongue-in-cheek storytelling that will have you in stitches. Vibrantly coloured environments are littered with memes and pop-culture references (all with a Mexican flavour), while the cast of quirky characters you encounter are both memorable and fantastically original.

    A fair complaint is that the game is a bit short; however, an unlockable difficulty and post-release downloadable content (including costumes that radically alter gameplay, and all-new challenge maps) will keep you coming back for more.




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    Set two decades after a fungal pandemic brought society to its knees, turning those infected into mindless abominations, and plunging mankind into an ongoing struggle for survival, The Last of Us is the story of Joel, a taciturn Texan smuggler, and Ellie, a precocious teenager, and their year-long journey together across the remnants of the continental United States.

    While normally known for their light-hearted Crash Bandicoot games and pulp-action Uncharted series, Naughty Dog demonstrated their incredible range with The Last of Us, producing a mature survival-thriller that isn’t afraid to explore topics like the human condition, true sacrifice, and the grim realities of life in a dying world. In amongst all the death and decay, however, is an incredible narrative full of heart and great characters - complimented by tight gameplay that encourages exploration and experimentation, and an innovative and thoroughly enjoyable multiplayer suite.

    It’s also, without a doubt, the best looking, best sounding game on the platform, thanks to the gorgeous Naughty Dog Engine that has been pushing the limits of the console since Drake’s Fortune, the impressive implementation of performance capture technology (and the performances they captured – I mean, wow), the amazing art design, and Academy Award-winner Gustavo Santaolalla’s hauntingly beautiful original score.

    A fitting farewell to the PlayStation 3, Naughty Dog delivered in The Last of Us not only the console’s best exclusive, but what is arguably the finest game of its generation, on any platform.



    As I said back in Part 1, there were plenty of great games that unfortunately didn't make in on the list - some appealed to a more niche audience, while others were simply casualties of the voting process. Rather than simply ignore them, though, we decided to give each staff member (who wanted to) the opportunity to choose a '26th' - one game that didn't make the final list, but that they would like to have seen on it had an extra space opened up. So, without further ado...


    If I could nominate one more game to add to the list it would have to be the game Dishonored from Arkane Studios.

    The reason why I would nominate it is the different ways you can approach an obstacle in the game, whether that be head on or with stealth. I also like the art design Arkane used to make the world and characters.

    Picked by DaveyHasselhoff
    While it wasn't without its technical faults, for those of us who don't own an Xbox 360 or a gaming PC, Fallout 3 was still one of the most fun games of this generation on the PlayStation 3.

    Everything about it - from the story and its numerous side missions, to the many weapons and the varied areas to explore; and from the tonnes of extra DLC that was released to the deep levelling system - makes it a game that should definitely be played before moving on to the PlayStation 4. I personally played through it from beginning to end 3 times and was never bored with it. Bring on Fallout 4!

    Picked by Schism
    L.A. Noire is a truly amazing game. Rockstar and Bondi have completely redefined storytelling in gaming with this masterpiece.

    While it's true that you don't get to go around killing everyone at your leisure, but that's not what this game is all about. It's about being a detective. And boy, does it do it well.

    Picked by Gyrocop
    Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is one of those games that redefined a whole genre for me. To me, JRPG's were very niche, with a very narrow mindset and that required a serious amount of time to get into. With amazing animation from Studio Ghibli, an intricate but simple levelling system, massive replayability, great variety and some hard-to-hate charm, Ni No Kuni blew all of those misconceptions away and gave the whole genre a fresh new outlook in a time where it really needed it.

    Picked by Faust
    While it was a little late to the party (and hence didn't make our list), Grand Theft Auto V is undoubtedly worthy of an honourable mention. While other games try to fit in a few set-pieces here and there, GTAV is basically built out of them, which for an open-world game is particularly impressive. Equally as impressive is how well it runs. Honestly, Bethesderp should look at GTAV and die of shame - the game is proof that if you know how to use the hardware you can achieve incredible results. By now you've surely heard enough about it, but if you're still on the fence about GTAV, look for our review in the next few weeks.

    There you have it, folks. That's it from us - The Top 25 PlayStation 3 Games that we feel everyone should play, as voted by the PS3T site Staff and Admins!

    A big thanks to everyone involved: the voters, the writers, the few members in the know who kept their mouths shut. And to you, the readers! We hope you had as much fun reading as we had putting it all together.

    We wish you all a Happy New Year, and all the best for the next generation! Cheers!

    So what do you think? What games do you think we missed, and what games would you put on your list? Let us know in the comments below.


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    Editor in Chief and Lead Writer - Faust

    Staff Writers - Nagflar, Rubicant81, and thedirtyburger

    Guest Writers - Curb, DaveyHasselhoff, Gyrocop, Luckay, Schism, and U.M.A._Mailman19

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    Voters - Breakpoint, Broken, DaveyHasselhoff, Faust, Gyrocop, Kerwan_Ratchet, Marccap, Nagflar, Rubicant81, Schism, thedirtyburger, and U.M.A._Mailman19



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    The only game I've played out of these 5 games is Guacamelee. I fully agree with Gyrocop's pick, such a lovely game!
    It won't be the end anytime soon for my PS3, seeing all the great releases it will get in 2014.

    Good job again on this final (?) part!
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    A fitting legacy for the PS3. I hope the PS4 will someday be able to leave us with the same legacy. Great picks through all five parts, guys!


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    Alongside Ps+, the Vita is also one of the best things I've ever bought. I couldn't put it down when I first got it, it was just so addictive with so many great games. One of which is in the list and it's Guacamelee! I totally agree with the review, it's a fun game and it's only downfall is it's to short . Like Artemis, I too won't be getting rid of my Ps3 for years to come. Once again, there is just to many great games already out and coming out, but not enough time. Thanks again Faust

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    Disappointed Fallout 3 is just an honorable mention and Skyrim wasn't mentioned, but glad to see The Last of Us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlecDawesome View Post
    Disappointed Fallout 3 is just an honorable mention and Skyrim wasn't mentioned, but glad to see The Last of Us.
    Blame Bethesda's piss-poor ability to make working games, since that's what ultimately lead to them not being included.

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    Excellent work putting all of these together Faust, you put a lot of work into these and they were fantastic. This IMO is the most entertaining thing that the RT has done since being created and I hope that you put together more articles like these in the future

    Great job as well to all the article writers for the top 25 games, and the guide writers of those titles.

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    Yes, well done Faust and the rest of the people involved.

    These 5 games are phenomenal, and hell even the honourable mentions are . Good shit.

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    I have 3 out of those 5 games. Far Cry 3 (which' ive still not played yet as got it for xmas) Tomb Raider (which i got for xmas and been playing currently) and The Last of Us (my GOTY 2013)

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    No gta v lol. games like far cry 3 & bioshock infinity over gta v U get this list out of a cracker!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuta1 View Post
    No gta v lol games like far cry 3 & bioshock infinity over gta v lol. U getthis list out of a cracker!!!
    That game lol wasn't even out lol when we started this list lol.

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    I see what you did there

    I own all of these games but have only played a few to date. Neither Guacamelee nor Ni No Kuni resonated with me, LA Noire was outright boring and Fallout 3 is a deeply flawed gem (thanks largely to Bethesda's buggy code). Though the execution was mediocre, the concepts were all great and there's no denying they're top-quality games that are well worth a spot in any gamer's collection.

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    This has truly been my favorite generation of gaming. I went from playing 10 games in the PSOne era, to 20 or so on PS2, to over 130 in the life of my PS3. I'm glad to see that many of the games in these "Top 25" have graced my console. It truly was a great experience, and I hope PS4 holds even more joy for me.



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    Its good to see people enjoying the list. Obviously we can't please everyone, but then again these lists never do.

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    Disappointed Fallout 3 is just an honorable mention and Skyrim wasn't mentioned, but glad to see The Last of Us.
    Fallout 3 was ruled out of contention back in Part 1, so I can't really understand why people seem so surprised (the list is in order of release date, and Fallout 3 dropped in 2008). Like Nagflar said, if Bethesda were a competent developer who released games that weren't broken, Fallout 3 would almost definitely have been on our list. Alas, they are not, so it is not.

    As for Skyrim? I'd recommend trying to play that on an iPad/Graphics Calculator/Homeless Person before recommending it on PS3. Not only because the game is buggy as hell, but because Bethesda need to know that its not acceptable to release such utter trash and still charge $60 for it, and the only way to let them know is with our wallets.

    Grand Theft Auto V has been added as an 'honourable mention.' Unfortunately it was released after the nomination process, and so it was left out of the main list, but it's at least worthy of a nod.

    Just to clarify, 'honourable mentions' are entirely personal choices - they are individual recommendations from the staff.

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    Great job with this series Faust, enjoyed reading it.

    Guacamelee! was an interesting inclusion, it's a great, funny, enjoyable game but never expected to see it on the list, a nice surprise.

    I'll throw in my love for Vita. Haven't played the likes of LBP Vita, Tearaway or Killzone: Mercenary yet but Guacamelee!, Soul Sacrifice, Jak and Daxter: TPL, MGS 2 and 3, Gravity Rush, Uncharted: GA, Little King's Story and Rainbow Moon have been just some of the games i've enjoyed in the year i've had it ( as well as Remote Playing Shadow Of The Colossus ).

    It's a wonderful handheld all round and i can't wait to do more Remote Play when i get my PS4.
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    No Metal Gear Solid?? that's the reason I bought my ps3.
    Over all though your list was great, ive played 98% of those games and can agree they belong on the list. and I enjoyed your brief history of the ps3, its a good look back on a great console.
    also I was thinking maybe Heavy Rain deserved a little mention, I just thought that the game was really different and interesting.
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    It was a great surprise to see Final Fantasy XIII (my fav game ever) in the 25 list, since it divided opinions so much, but on the other side, I was also dissapointed Metal Gear Solid 4 wasn't included. Anyway, great list... maybe the most fair I've ever seen.
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    I told you that I would save my post until the very last one and I did. I think you did a spectacular job creating this Faust, and I enjoyed reading every second of it. I loved when I got on the site and saw new parts to this 5 part saga about the ps3 and the best games on it and I'm really glad that you created it as well as staff voting for the best games. A tad disappointed that certain games didn't make the cut, but I totally agree with The Last of Us being at the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagflar View Post
    That game lol wasn't even out lol when we started this list lol.
    well excuse me for finding it funny that gta v was not included in your top 25 games list, i'll be a little more ruthless and say no mgs4 gta v not a single cod game in the top 25 games on ps3 not much of a list then is it, what an utter waste of your time lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuta1 View Post
    well excuse me for finding it funny that gta v was not included in your top 25 games list, i'll be a little more ruthless and say no mgs4 gta v not a single cod game in the top 25 games on ps3 not much of a list then is it, what an utter waste of your time lol
    I spent like 20 minutes advocating in MGS4's favor, but alas, Faust thought it was 'too niche' unlike Guacamelee! .

    And who cares about CoD lol.

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