The best PS3 games
I really like videogames, and then I'm going to make the 10 best Xbox 360 videogames. (I did this by searching on the internet then I'm going to do it with my own tastes)
4.- Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
The Metal Gear Solid franchise is not only important within PlayStation, but over time it has established itself as one of the great series in the history of video games. The work of Kojima Productions in each of the deliveries of this franchise has been very remarkable because they have presented us with an epic story - to the full extent of the word - with each of the chapters of this series. Metal Gear Solid 4 was a title that revolutionized the industry, presenting at a very early stage of the PlayStation 3 impressive graphics - which felt like something that actually demonstrated the power of a new generation of hardware - very well-maintained cinematic scenes, a deep story that put an end to one of the most beloved series by many and a huge advance in every way within the games of the genre of action and stealth. Being an exclusive PlayStation 3, Metal Gear Solid 4 became the killer app of the platform in 2008, being the reason why many players decided to invest in an expensive console for their time. There was no fan of the franchise that resisted knowing this epic chapter of the series, and that Kojima Production gave us a true lesson of the potential of this generation of consoles.
3.- LittleBigPlanet 2
In 2008, PlayStation surprised the world with a game that would mark the history of the brand, LittleBigPlanet arrived as a two-dimensional platform game that in addition to having a charismatic protagonist fully customizable - which later would even become an emblem of the brand - offered users a way of creating levels that would form one of the content communities generated by larger users in video games. In 2011, LittleBigPlanet 2 arrived, a sequel that resumed absolutely everything good from the first installment - including its millions of user-generated levels - and added even more creation tools, giving users the power to make virtually any game of many genres . With the passage of time, the LittleBigPlanet 2 community became a video game channel created by users where virtually anything you imagine (clones of other games, movies, mini-games, puzzles, battle arenas, etc.) are present thanks to some Creative user who put his effort into it. Sackboy's charisma conquered many of us in this endless game. Thus, a trend based on the motto Play, Create and Share was forged on PlayStation.
9.- Killzone 2
It is said that the second installments are not always the best, but Killzone 2 proved quite the opposite, and we believe it is the best game in the series. The history of the ISA army against the Helghast led us to an unforgettable battle that showed us the best graphics for 2009. Jin Roh-style character design, beautiful filters and an impressive color palette accompanied a war story in which, at the end of the game, he made us ask ourselves: who is the enemy really? Killzone 2 was a great demonstration and commitment by Sony to support studies that had a strong investment and that needed to deliver games of impressive quality as exclusive after taking the PS3 on the market for several years.
5.- Heavy Rain
The city is engulfed in fear and paranoia because it is being terrified by the Origami Killer, whose victims appear drowned after being missing for four days. The only reference you have is an origami figure and an orchid that leaves with the bodies. Heavy Rain is described as an interactive adventure action drama. Developed by the French studio Quantic Dream, this is one of those games that capture every moment of attention of the players, since its history will catch you and the conflicts of the characters will resonate in the players. This title is one of the best examples of the personality of the PlayStation 3, as a console in which you can find varied experiences beyond the shots, and that are based on the emotionality of its history and characters. In addition, the delicate theme of this game leaves a deep mark on each person who immerses himself in it. Anyone who enjoys good anecdotes, and the video games that tell them, must know Heavy Rain and enter their virtual drama.
10.- Grand tourism 5
More than 1,000 cars. The best professional circuits. Nascar and Karts series. This is Gran Turismo 5. In 2010, Polyphony Digital released one of the most ambitious games for the PS3 after several years of promises. The fifth installment was the mastery of the study, improving what already dominated perfectly: the concept of simulation in a car video game. You just have to see the modeling of each car with the design of tracks and the number of licenses with which it counts to understand that the evolution of the series aspired to great things: perfectly. While there are flaws in the online game mode and some details that design purists will notice, this game should undoubtedly be in the collection of anyone who considers himself a fan of cars.
7.- inFamous 2
Sucker Punch, who in the PlayStation 2 worked in the Sly Cooper platform franchise, took advantage of all their experience to create a new intellectual property for the PlayStation 3. In 2009 came inFamous, a superhero sandbox that let us know the history of Cole McGrath , a common man who accidentally gets involved in a situation that gives him peculiar powers. If his first installment was very good and acclaimed by fans and critics, the second installment that arrived in 2011 was even better, offering us a story that involved more characters, new powers for Cole and a great city to explore and know, in addition to a mission generator that was not very exploited. We consider that one of the strongest points of inFamous 2 is the creation of a good story in an open world very well designed by, in which if we add the powers of Cole McGrath and a dynamic history, it changes according to how Good or bad, the result is one of the best PlayStation exclusives. New Marais - the New Orleans-inspired city where inFamous 2 takes place - gave us plenty of hours of fun and exploration for many players, and if we add its excellent expansion inFamous: Festival of Blood, we can recognize that we are facing one of the Big PlayStation franchises today. The importance and significance of this work led PlayStation to decide that this saga should be one of the first to reach the PlayStation 4, and so far inFamous: Second Son looks like one of the most interesting proposals of the new Sony console.
8.- Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
When the first Uncharted game hit the shelves, Naughty Dog's work was only known to his most staunch fans. Drake's Fortune remained a silent giant hidden in the shelves, but the noise it began to generate among those who played it echoed in the middle of video games. Sony realized what the study was up to and gave them all possible support for the launch of the second installment. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves hit the industry so strongly and positively that, for a long time, it became the standard of what the system could do. With the perfect mix of a good story and the best rhythms that a videogame has presented, impressive visuals that do not age, endearing characters and one of the funniest multiplayer to play, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves is a complete experience and one of the best representatives of the current generation of consoles.
6.- God Of War III
The PlayStation 3 was full of sequels and closures for some of Sony's most important franchises, and nobody said goodbye better to their audiences than Kratos with God Of War III. The ghost of Sparta, of the creative mind of Santa Monica and with all the support of Sony Computer Entertainment, gives us a game that, although it does not revolutionize anything, is so faithful to its same formula that it does nothing more than perfect the characteristics that fans of the series so much. Like many of the other games on this list, God Of War III is visually flawless, from its presentation to the way it hid the loading times. Their mechanics are the same as the brawler / hack n'slash so peculiar that they created themselves, and that so many have wanted to imitate without success. God of War III manages to stand out and be memorable by paying tribute to his same story and concluding in one of the most epic ways the tragic story of the most enraged character in video games.
1.- Grand theft auto (GTA 5)
Grand Theft Auto V, commonly abbreviated as GTA V, is the fifteenth installment of the Grand Theft Auto saga that was released on September 17, 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. Its predecessor game is Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony, released for the same platforms. It is the second installment of the saga for "last generation" consoles, with very notable graphic improvements, a larger and more realistic Sandbox world, a physical engine previously used for GTA IV. It exceeded in a week and a half the accumulated one billion dollars, also named the game of the year first.
2.- The Last of Us
The cities of the world are desolate and in ruins. Several years ago a mysterious epidemic broke out that turns human beings into monsters without consciousness, spreading death and despair. The Last of Us tells a post-apocalyptic story in which you must cross the country is a suicide mission. You take the role of a mature man, who has long carried several penalties, and seeks redemption in helping a teenager with a difficult character to control. This pair forms one of the most memorable couples of recent years in video games. This game, developed by Naughty Dog, is defined as action-adventure with elements of survival horror, and is impeccable in almost every aspect; From its script, which is excellently written, to the performances of the actors, The Last of Us will bring you closer to the fears and feelings of its protagonists. The design and detail in the cities is impressive, and the feeling of loneliness that they transmit manages to hook us to the end, having several turns that leave the viewer speechless. It not only makes extraordinary use of the system's resources, but also of the creative possibilities that the PlayStation 3 gives. This is not only one of the biggest and most acclaimed games of the year, but a title that no one should miss. So far we leave the list of the most obvious choices to play if you have a PlayStation 3; Soon we will return with its Xbox 360 counterpart and, later, we will present a couple of tops with darker or less well-known games but also part of the invaluable catalog of experiences that these consoles leave us. Be aware!