Best PS3 Games 2010
The best PS3 games of 2010 really make last year a good year for games. Most of the games that made a huge splash in 2010 were sequels, which is just weird compaired to how it normally goes. Sequels rarely match up to their awesome predecessors, but some how these games have. Take a look for yourself!
- “BioShock 2” It's always a good idea to take the favorite parts of the first game and improve on them. "BioShock 2" did just that. The much-loved and much-feared Big Daddy has become your main character. Unlike in the first game where you manage to avoid being blasted out into the sea, you get to roam the ocean floor in your armored suit.
- “Dead Rising 2” It's no wonder that "DR2" is considered one of the best PS3 games of 2010—there's nothing like the old hack and slash gore feast of killing hordes of zombies. Continuing the main story from the first "Dead Rising game," you start several years down the road as a new hero named Chuck Greene. The storyline is great, but most of the time it's just fun to grab the nearest object and bash zombies with it, all while dressed as a crazy pink lizard.
- “Fallout: New Vegas” Considering the huge splash "Fallout 3" made, any "Fallout" game from here on out is likely to rock. "Fallout: New Vegas" easily made the best PS3 games list, with the same scavenging, repairing, shooting and surviving that its record-breaking predecessor did.
- “God of War 3” Like the two games before it, "God of War 3" takes its place in the best PS3 games list without a sweat. The unique game play and the fact that you get to play on the opposite side of the Greek gods makes this game a memorable one. It's called a combination of “hack n' slash” and “action adventure” games, but the word “epic” sums it up pretty well.
- “Red Dead Redemption” This has to be the first of its kind when it comes to cowboy games. The hero James Marston is a unique and interesting fellow, a ex-outlaw that is trying to rescue his wife and son from the government he works for. As you ride your way across the wild open plains, you can choose if you want to be a good or an outlaw simply by who you choose to shoot. Wild outlaws will get hunted down by lawmen while you can grab your handy lasso and haul in villainous criminals for bounty if you're on the side of good. The game play is very open and thus has lots of romp time.