Just as Jor-El knew that Krypton’s days were numbered, I too can see the end of PlayStation 3 games being available for purchase. Below you will find a list of all the PlayStation 3 games I have owned/played. Are there any games missing from this list, that you would recommend, that I should hunt down and acquire? The perfect PS3 library must be built.
- Assassin’s Creed
- Assassin’s Creed II
- Assassin’s Creed II: Brotherhood
- Assassin’s Creed II: Revelations
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
- Batman: Arkham Asylum
- Bit.Trip Runner 2
- Burnout Paradise
- Dragon Age Origins
- Dragon Age 2
- Ducktales Remastered
- Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
- Final Fantasy VII
- Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
- Lego Lord of the Rings
- Lego Pirates of the Caribbean
- Little Big Planet
- Mass Effect Trilogy
- Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
- PixelJunk Eden
- PixelJunk Monsters
- PixelJunk Racers
- Quantum Conundrum
- Rayman Origins
- Red Dead Redemption
- Risk Factions
- Shadow of the Colossus HD
- Skylanders Giants
- Skylanders SWAP Force
- Thomas Was Alone
- Uncharted Trilogy
- Wheel of Fortune
6 thoughts on “Building The Perfect PlayStation 3 Library”
I hate how I’m gonna have to start thinking about this due to my PSN library not sticking around for PS4. Still seems dumb that they can’t emulate the digital library. Even with a 300 gig hard drive, I feel a tad limited.
Anyway, other entries worth considering:
Last of Us
And Doki Doki Universe might be perfect for playing with your son. I’ve only played the first 20 min and my wife seemed to like it. Very novel stuff. Check out the Polygon review.
Thanks for the suggestions, Josh. I have been waiting for The Last of Us to drop in price. Haven’t played Dyad but have played the Unfinished Swan demo (which was awesome).
What do you think of Dark Souls?
Just started Dark Souls. Probably wont’ play it too much since it can be such a huge time sink. Played through the “first” game, Demon Souls and beat it. But the only way I could do that was by being unemployed. Haha.
I have heard that the game requires perfection from the player. Anything like Ninja Gaiden?
Brothers – A tale of two sons. That game is not to be missed!
Göran, thanks for stopping by! I actually just picked up Brothers just a few weeks ago. Great game so far.