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Re: PS3 Games...any recommendations?

Postby The Artful Dodger » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:27 am

I played the first Uncharted, but the sequel takes it to a whole new level. I'd say it's the most complete action game out there at the moment.

On a side note, I tried Playstation 3 in 3D while in Vegas and it's bloody awesome. They didn't have any first person shooter demos in the Sony booth at CES, but it was fantastic while playing Super Stardust HD and Gran Turismo. I'm not really a believer in 3D HDTV, but 3D gaming is the shiznit and apparently, all you need is a firmware download for your PS3 (and a 3D HDTV set) to take advantage of 3D capability. This and 3D Blu-Rays are good reasons to get a PS3.

It's kinda like the Old Cafe -
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Re: PS3 Games...any recommendations?

Postby pokerplaya » Thu Jan 14, 2010 9:33 pm

I picked up the first Uncharted for $23.00 and the God of War Collection (never played on PS2) for $29.99 today on Amazon. I'm pretty excited to try them both out, but considering the I have several other games I haven't played yet from Christmas because all I seem to play is The Show, maybe I should have gotten through those first. :-b
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