Top 20 PlayStation 3 games (so far)

20 must-own games for the PS3

The PlayStation 3 might be the youngest of the current-gen consoles, but that hasn't affected its games library. In fact, its range of exclusive titles arguably trumps the Wii and Xbox 360 combined. Killzone 2, Resistance, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, LittleBigPlanet, Metal Gear Solid IV, Heavy Rain -- the list goes on and on. In the following article, we've highlighted the Top 20 PlayStation 3 games so far, with links to our original reviews. If you're new to the PS3 fold, these are the games that you absolutely must play.

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Activision Blur

The realistic visuals and accurately modelled cars may lead you to believe the Blur is an action racing game in the Burnout mould, but this title from Bizarre Creations actually has more in common with Nintendo's iconic Mario Kart series. Relying heavily on power-up icons, it's a fast and enjoyable racer that also shares some genetic DNA with Call of Duty.

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  • 26th May, 2010
  • Ryan Rigney
  • Activision
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  • Online multiplayer is awesome, in-race goals are fresh and set the game apart from other racers, power-ups allow for strategic depth
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  • Single player is marred by the far too common checkpoint and destruction modes

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