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10 Best PS3 Games for Kids of All Ages

We may have left the PlayStation 3 behind two generations ago, but that nostalgic itch needs scratching every so often. But what if you don’t want to revisit the first depressing iteration of The Last of Us or guide Solid Snake through his final stealth mission? For those moments when you want some good ‘ole fashioned family fun, you can rely on the best PS3 games for kids we’ve compiled here.

While these titles are certainly made with a younger audience in mind, there’s no shame in having been old enough to have played them at launch and still want to dive in today. Whether you want family-friendly entertainment or are introducing a new player to the heyday of PS3 gaming for the younger generation, you’ll want to dust off these ten PS3 games for kids.

 

10. ModNation Racers

ModNation Racers

Developer: United Front Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

With the success of LittleBigPlanet, it was only a matter of time before that game’s user-centric model started creeping into other genres. ModNation Racers is the go-kart racing version of LittleBigPlanet, allowing players to “Play, Create, Share” to emphasize user-generated content over dev-created tracks.

Like a typical kart racer, players jump behind the wheel of a silly-looking vehicle, have access to a number of weapons and tech, and vie for first place. It’s a pretty standard racer until you get to the modding. Players can create characters, vehicles, and entire tracks via user-friendly but detailed tools.

Very young players may find modding to be a little complex, but they can still take advantage of the library of kid-friendly, wonky, user-generated tracks.

 

9. Skylanders: Swap Force

Swap Force

Developer: Vicarious Visions
Publisher: Activision

You might not remember it now because the concept has long since fizzled out, but there was a time when real-world toys and video games were used to create one experience. Skylanders was a leader in this, as players purchased Spyro the Dragon-themed toys and used a special platform to bring them into 3D platforming adventures.

Swap Force was a fun iteration of the concept that allowed players to create their own hero by mixing and matching a toy’s top and bottom half. The result was a unique hero with unique abilities.

Customization was Swap Force’s strongest feature, both in and out of the game. It varied gameplay just enough from the original Skylanders platformers to feel fresh and really let players have fun with their imagination. You can still find the toys in second-hand shops and online, and you’ll be able to grab them at a fraction of their original cost. Which was one of the game’s biggest barriers to entry.

 

8. The Sly Collection

Sly Cooper

Developer: Sucker Punch Productions / Sanzaru Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

The Sly Cooper series kicked off in 2002 on the PS2, but The Sly Collection brings the series onto the PS3 in a fully remastered trilogy.

Follow the titular raccoon and his band of miscreant friends on three adventures as they try to pull off daring heists. The series puts a focus on stealth platforming, but it’s nothing on the level of Hitman or Splinter Cell, meaning even younger players can partake. In fact, the Sly series is all about the young audience, with quirky hijinx and eccentric characters driving the colorful and player-friendly games.

By jumping into The Sly Collection, you get to follow The Cooper Clan and its run-ins with organized crime groups and Sly’s own love interest, Inspector Carmelita Fox. Each game digs deeper into The Cooper Clan lore and offers new challenges and puzzles for players to solve. The Sly Collection was followed in 2013 by Thieves in Time, the final entry in Sucker Punch’s fun series.

 

7. Just Dance 2014

Just Dance 2014

Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft

The Just Dance series has been ongoing for generations, with more than a dozen entries to choose from. For the PS3, Just Dance 2014 may have come a little late in the console’s lifecycle, but it surpassed the previous three PS3 entries with a rather memorable and danceable soundtrack.

Artists like Lady Gaga, Bob Marley, Robbie Williams, Kesha, Chris Brown, Daft Punk, Katy Perry, and even Ray Parker, Jr. rounded out a list of 50 songs. And that’s not including the DLC tracks that were released as late as May 2014. Just Dance 2014 introduced an eight-player multiplayer mode and brought back the fan-favorite Mashups for a more well-rounded and robust experience.

While Just Dance 2014 is one of the series’ best, it’s worth checking the soundtrack of the other PS3 titles to see which best suits your or your child’s musical tastes.

 

6. Rock Band

Rock Band PS3

Developer: Harmonix
Publisher: MTV Games

Guitar Hero may have been the pioneer for rhythm-based music games, but it was Rock Band that elevated the experience by adding vocals, a bass guitar, and drums.

Whether you were a master of rock or still working your way up the talent ladder, Rock Band remained entertaining so long as you played with friends. The peripherals were mostly durable, lasting many jam sessions before finally tapping out. But the time you did get with them was sure to remain embedded somewhere in your prefrontal cortex.

Of course, driving much of the fun was a relatable soundtrack that made each component of Rock Band fun to use. There were 45 songs at launch, including greats like “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” “Blitzkrieg Bop,” “Black Hole Sun,” “Detroit Rock City,” and “Enter Sandman.” Later entries found ways to improve upon the original, but Rock Band holds a very special place in PS3 history, despite the downfall of music-based games.

 

5. Minecraft

Minecraft

Developer: Mojang Studios
Publisher: Mojang Studios, Sony Interactive Entertainment

Minecraft is a game for all ages, providing younger and older audiences somewhere to muck about with friends or family. Since its full launch in 2011, the blocky sandbox game/survival adventure has delivered countless hours of entertainment. Creative Mode gives you complete control over your experience, allowing you to create practically anything your mind can imagine.

It’s an easy game to jump in and out of as there’s no commitment to missions, side quests, or save points. Just build to the soothing music until it’s time to do something else. Minecraft has even been used in school settings. Considering it’s been going strong since 2011, it’s safe to say Mojang did something right during developing one of the best PS3 kids games.

 

4. Jak and Daxter Collection

Jak and Daxter Collection

Developer: Mass Media Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

Another legacy PS2 series, the Jak and Daxter trilogy was originally released by Naughty Dog before the development studio moved on to emotional cinematic adventures. That’s not to discredit Jak and Daxter at all, it’s just a complete tonal shift from Naughty Dog’s Uncharted or The Last of Us franchises, as the former attracts a younger audience.

The titular heroes were given a visual boost for this PS3 collection, though the core experiences remain the same. Players primarily control Jak starting with The Precursor Legacy, battling through enemies and navigating perilous environments in a colorful 3D platformer.

The follow-ups expand upon the Jak and Daxter lore for a well-rounded trilogy everyone can enjoy, though the collectathon first game does remain the most kid-friendly game on PS3.

 

3. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

Developer: Traveller’s Tales
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

With the success of the LEGO Star Wars series, it was inevitable that everyone’s favorite bricks would make their way into the Marvel universe. Rather than build on The Avengers and create a game that follows the events of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Traveller’s Tales crafted its own story to make room for a roster of 180 characters.

Like the Star Wars games, players control one of those characters through story-based levels and a sizable hub world battling classic villains and breaking just about everything in sight. Each hero and villain sports a signature attack and ability so that nearly all 180 characters feel unique to play as. If you’ve played a LEGO game in the past, it’s all a very familiar experience—just with your favorite Marvel characters at the helm.

 

2. Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction

Ratchet and Clank Future Tools of Destruction

Developer: Insomniac Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

Admittedly, the Ratchet & Clank series is known for having some “questionable” names, though younger players won’t pick up on it. They’ll be too busy guiding the titular Lombax and his robotic friend through expansive levels in an action-packed adventure.

While the Ratchet & Clank series started on the PS2 and a legacy collection remastered them for the PS3, Tools of Destruction sneaks ahead as a slightly better option in terms of PS3 games for kids, particularly because it was the best-looking one to date.

The game captures the whimsy of the series and enhances the gameplay, visuals, story, and characters for an exciting and award-nominated thrill ride. While you’ll likely want to play the predecessors before jumping into Tools of Destruction, it’s possible to enjoy the game without knowing the full story.

 

1. LittleBigPlanet 2

LittleBigPlanet 2

Developer: Media Molecule
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

As the second adventure for the lovable Sackboy, it was inevitable that LittleBigPlanet 2 would be bigger. The question was, “Would it be better?” The answer is a resounding yes, as far more customization and functionality expanded the experience, giving players a ton to do and almost rendering the need for a third entry moot.

Like games like Minecraft, LittleBigPlanet 2 had the potential to be timeless with the proper support. User-created worlds fuel a library of content spanning platforming adventures and survival horror titles. Poor little Sackboy is put through the wringer, but thankfully he’s not alone. One of LittleBigPlane 2’s most appealing components is its co-op multiplayer, which has players working together (or against one another, depending on the real-world relationship) to navigate physics-based levels.

LittleBigPlanet never survived past its third entry, but the dip in quality from the second to third entry really highlights how good the sequel was and how little it left for improvement. Still a fantastic game for kids on PS3, even all these years later.

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13 Best PS3 Games for Kids

With the PS5 here, the PS4 on its way out, and the PS3 in its twilight years, right now is a buyer’s paradise. PS3 games are cheaper than ever and with the youngest of the gaming audience much more forgiving critics of games (you don’t often hear a six-year-old complaining about a lack of ray tracing, poor render distance, or crappy FPS drops during team deathmatch) there’s never been a better time to stock up on a couple of hundred hours of kid-friendly games.

So, to help you safely navigate those waters, down below is our handpicked list of the most creative, kid-friendly games, complete with age ratings, that you can get right now for the PS3!

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LittleBigPlanet 2

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: January 2011
  • Developer: Media Molecule
  • Platform: PS3
  • Price: $9.99

LittleBigPlanet 2 is the sequel to one of the first figureheads of the user-generated level-sharing feature, and improves upon it in almost every way. At its core, the game’s a cutesy, fun platformer with a distinctive visual style that won’t frustrate children with Dark Souls-like difficulty but won’t completely baby them either.

There are 30 Story levels and a variety of bonus challenges, an incredibly deep level editor (probably a bit too complex for the littler ones, though), and sports the all-too-important couch co-op option for siblings and friends.

Buy on PlayStation: LittleBigPlanet2

Ratchet & Clank All 4 One

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: October 2011
  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Platform: PS3
  • Price: $9.99

Ratchet & Clank All 4 One continues on with the story from A Crack in Time, but does so with a nascent focus on multiplayer gameplay. The franchise has pumped out some of the most critically acclaimed games for children, and while All 4 One might not be the best of them all, it is certainly the best for encouraging teamwork.

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The game has an emphasis on co-op with up to four players, together unleashing chaos on the cartoony, hilarious and charming Ratchet & Clank universe with a variety of weaponry. One of the bonuses is the cooperative puzzle solving, giving kids a little bit more than just cartoon-combat to work together on.

Buy on PlayStation: Ratchet & Clank All 4 One

Portal 2

  • Age Rating: 12+
  • Released: April 2011
  • Developer: Valve
  • Platform: Windows, macOS, Linux, PS3, Xbox 360
  • Price: $9.99 – $19.99

Portal 2 is a continuation of the mind-bending spatial reasoning game that had players hopping through walls and solving some of the most ingenious puzzles ever designed for console, and the second one continues the tradition with a whole lot of laughs and some memorable characters.

The game is essentially an upgraded version of the first with a star-studded cast and an emphasis on nonviolent progression that is great for kids. Anyone who enjoyed the first one would be remiss not to share the rewarding, hilarious and exceptionally creative adventure puzzler with their kids.

Buy Portal 2: Steam | PS3 | Xbox 360

EyePet

  • Age Rating: 3+
  • Released: October 2009
  • Developer: SIE London Studio, Playlogic Entertainment
  • Platform: PS3
  • Price: $0. 99 – $9.99

Bust out the old PLaystation Eye and PS Move controller, or check out the links below if you don’t have any — because trust us, this is one is AR gold for the younglings. EyePet is a pet simulator with surprising reactivity and a smorgasbord of content for your kids to spend hours of harmless fun in.

The pets are fully customizable, react intelligently to on-screen movement and undeniably cute with disney-esque features and high-chroma coloring. There are over 60 challenges for kids to complete with their pet, each with unique customization rewards, and involve fun activities like giving their pet a bath, going bowling, or getting the perfect selfie. It’s probably the most kiddie-friendly game out there.

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Lego Marvel Superheroes

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: October 2013
  • Developer: Traveller’s Tales
  • Platform: Windows, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Price: $19. 99

Kids love Legos (heck, so do adults), and kids love Marvel (and… so do adults) so what could be better than a seamless, high production value mashup of both? Lego Marvel Superheroes comes with a huge roster of Marvel heroes with incredible, dynamic and well-designed gameplay, an open world, excellent animation and unwavering fidelity to the many Marvel IPs.

Kids (or adults) have access to all of your favorite heroes and villains from the Avengers, X men, Fantastic Four, and many of the more… obscure characters that only more die-hard Marvel fans might recognize. The game interweaves the many storylines incredibly well. Any kid who worships Iron Man, Thor, or the Hulk (i.e. every kid. And some adults.) deserves to play through the expansive Lego Marvel Superheroes. It’s… marvelous. Sorry.

Buy Lego Marvel Superheroes: Steam | PS3 | PS4 | Xbox 360 | Xbox One

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

  • Age Rating: 12+
  • Released: November 2011 (JP), January 2013 (Global)
  • Developer: Level 5, Studio Ghibli
  • Platform: Windows, PS3, PS4, Nintendo Switch
  • Price: £15. 99 – $49.99

Ni no Kuni is a breathtaking, PS3-exclusive jRPG with some of the most superb visuals, emotionally impactful stories, and incredible soundtrack of any game out there. It follows a boy named Oliver as he sets out across a rich fantasy world in order to save his mother after she gives her own life to save him from drowning. It sounds grim, but the storyline is tactfully done — indeed the storytelling is masterful as is the animation. And rightly so, considering the game was made in partnership with the renowned, unimpeachable Studio Ghibli.

Oh and did we mention the music is performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra? Yeah, Ni no Kuni brings out the big guns and plays a little like Final Fantasy meets Pokemon. Just because it’s kid-friendly doesn’t mean age should be a restricting factor in this game; everyone should play it.

Buy Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch: Steam | PS3 | PS4 | Switch

Flower

  • Age Rating: 3+
  • Released: February 2009
  • Developer: thatgamecompany
  • Platform: Windows, PS3, PS4, PS Vita
  • Price: $6. 99

Thatgamecompany sure knows how to make a visually astounding game. Similar to their later games, Journey and Sky: Children of the Light, Flower is almost more an interactive art piece than a traditional game. There are no health bars or sidequests. It is a simple, exceptional exploration of the beauty of the outdoors. You play as the wind, guiding a petal through incredible landscapes and collecting myriad colorful petals along the way.

It is relaxing, hones in on a sense of both fragility and grace as you try to bring life back to a graying, dying world. The game is incredibly peaceful, without even a hint of violence or combat — only subtle messaging about the vulnerability of our environment that doesn’t hold your nose in it. There are few games more zen, more kid-friendly, or indeed more relaxing than Flower.

Buy Flower: Steam | Playstation (Cross-Buy)

Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix

  • Age Rating: 12+
  • Released: March 2013
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Platform: PS3, PS4, Xbox One
  • Price: $19. 99 – $49.99

The original Kingdom Hearts might be one of the strangest, most bewildering concepts ever thought of on paper, but in execution the game turned out to be utter genius. You play as Sora, hero of the franchise, as he travels alongside Goofy and Donald Duck to the many different worlds of the Disney IPs, ranging from Aladdin, Tarzan, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, and Hercules all the way to A Nightmare Before Christmas. Oh, and it throws in a few final fantasy characters like Cloud and Sephiroth. Yeah.

It’s sort of like a bizarre, but oddly kid-friendly lucid dream with incredibly fun cartoon combat and a deep, but easy to understand skill system that many of you might have even played when you yourself were kids. The ReMix includes a remastering of the first game, along with a 3D remake of Chain of Memories and all the cutscenes of 358/2 Days boiled down into a film.

Buy Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix: PS3 | PS4 | Xbox One

The Sly Collection

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: November 2010
  • Developer: Sanzaru Games, Sucker Punch
  • Platform: PS3, PS Vita
  • Price: $14. 99

Right now everybody’s talking Ghost of Tsushima, but way, way back before Sucker Punch decided to come out of nowhere with an incredible odyssey of samurai-on-mongol violence, they were pumping out incredible, kid-friendly stealth games featuring the cunning, cel-shaded Racoon master thief, Sly Cooper.

The games are remembered fondly by many for their hilarious personality, unique tone, and what was innovative gameplay mechanics at the time. Insta-death (we use that term loosely) and stealth-based gameplay make players feel like true master thieves as they shimmy along ledges, balance atop streetlights, or tight-roping walking a thin metal pipe.

Despite the game’s thievery focus, it’s very child-friendly and has a unique cast of colorful, quirky characters that are certain to bust out the giggles. The Sly Collection features the complete original trilogy in the series, remastered with HD textures for the PS3! Perfect for kids or nostalgic adults looking to slink through the shadows while burgling every house on memory lane.

Buy The Sly Collection: PS3

Sonic Generations

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: November 2011
  • Developer: Sonic Team
  • Platform: Windows, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS
  • Price: $19.99

Sonic has had his ups and downs. We’ve all played some form of Sonic game, and not all of them were good. Some are spectacular, timeless masterpieces of games — others seemed like a serial killer wearing the face of a beloved friend.

Thankfully, Sonic Generations takes  all of the good from the franchise and shucks out (most of) the bad, delivering multiple versions of classic Sonic gameplay in a variety of different level types.

The storyline is essentially a delivery system for such, revolving around the two different iterations of Sonic, Tails, and the rest of the anthropomorphic animal outfit joined across time by an omnipotent evil entity. Levels alternate between modern races, classic platformers, and the old school rail racing and for the most part is just as satisfying as the originals, if not more so.

Buy Sonic Generations: Steam | PS3 | Xbox 360 | Nintendo 3DS

Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: October 2011
  • Developer: Toys for Bob, Vicarious Visions & XPEC Entertainment
  • Platform: Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, Windows, Classic Mac OS.
  • Price: $80 (used)

Skylander’s Spyro’s Adventure is a fun 3-D overhead platformer with a unique and fun art style. The game was released as a spiritual Reboot of the Spyro series and was the first iteration in the Skylanders franchise. What sets Spyro’s Adventure apart is the inclusion of real toy figures that can be scanned to the “Portal of Power” using their NFC tags. The characters have been voiced by big names including stars like Josh Keaton, Dave Wittenberg, and more. If you are looking for an easy-going action adventure with a fun art style and a shout-out to Spyro the dragon, then Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure might be the perfect choice for you.  

Buy on Amazon: Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure

Minecraft

  • Age Rating: 7+
  • Released: November 2011
  • Developer: Mojang Studios, Other Ocean Interactive, 4J Studios, and Xbox Game studios.
  • Platform: Java, Windows, Switch, Android, iOS, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Mac OS, Linux, Wii U, PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and Amazon Fire OS. 
  • Price: $30

Minecraft honestly is one of the best titles out there for kids. You get access to an expansive never-ending world with huge mysteries, tons of different tasks and not to mention creepy monsters that you will need to ward off at night. Minecraft multiplayer also introduces tons of new possibilities including the ability to create your own imaginary world, interact with friends and go on quests, and much more. Minecraft also has certain restrictions and parental controls to help manage your kid’s online gameplay. You also get the ability to host and create your own servers with your own worlds where you can invite your friends and family members.  

Buy on Amazon: Minecraft

Toy Story Mania

  • Age Rating: 5+ years
  • Released: August 2009
  • Developer: Papaya Studio, Avalanche Software, and High Voltage Software
  • Platform: PS3, Xbox 360 and iOS
  • Price: $20 (used) 

Toy Story Mania is a fun light-hearted game modeled after the Florida Disney ride by the same name. It has a shooting gallery-style gameplay and features characters from the first Toy story movie by Pixar. The game comes with a bunch of mini-games that can help your little one pass the time easily. Toy Story Mania stands out as a kids game for PS3 as it comes with its own 3D glasses. These can be used for an enhanced experience when taking part in the 6 3D shooting galleries included in the game. If you’re looking to introduce your kid to 3D games then this might be a perfect start for them especially if they are a Toy Story fan. 

Buy on Amazon: Toy Story Mania


And there you go! At least a few years worth of gaming for the little ones to revel in — or for you to derive some sweet nostalgic joy out of while signing off on one of the most beloved consoles of our time.

List of children’s games on the PlayStation 3

LittleBigPlanet 2

Released: 2011

Platforms: PlayStation 3

System requirements: unknown

Genre: sandbox, adventure, platformer, puzzle, for kids

The well-known platformer got its continuation with an even wider list of features, kindly invested by the developers. The current version of the platformer has become a platform where you can easily and naturally create completely diverse games …

84 /100

Rock Band 3

Released: 2010

Platforms: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360

System requirements: unknown

Genre: arcade, for kids, music

Rock Band 3 is designed specifically for fans of mind-blowing tracks. If you do not see your existence without music, then the third part of the popular toy is just for you! Here it is possible to visit the body of a famous professional musician, form your own band and even become a star of musical heights. ..

83 /100

Rock Band 2

Released: 2008

Platforms: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360

System requirements: unknown

Genre: arcade, for kids, music

Rock Band 2 is another part of the game that develops an ear for music and a sense of rhythm. Now you remember the popular rock bands, their work. Together with virtual copies of musicians performing their favorite works, you will visit performances in many countries of the world…

81 /100

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

Released: 2013

Platforms: iOS, MacOS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, WiiU, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One

System Requirements: Low

Genre: comics, action, adventure, arcade, kids

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is a new story in the extraordinary world of Marvel comics. Favorite heroes: Iron Man, Captain America, Wolverine, Hulk and a hundred other representatives of this universe, are united by the goal of stopping Loki in his quest to enslave the world, which managed to collude with the villains. ..

80 /100

Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Released: 2007

Platforms: Android, iOS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: action, adventure, arcade, for kids

In 2007 George Lucas’s sensational and won the hearts of millions cinema saga turns 30 years old. Back in 1977, the first part of an amazing trilogy was first released on the screens…

79 /100

Minecraft

Released: 2009

Platforms: Android, iOS, Java, Linux, MacOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, on PC, Windows Phone, Xbox 360, Xbox One

System Requirements: Low

Genre: sandbox, open world, building, life, educational, simulator, adventure, indie, life simulator, for kids, survival

Minecraft is a popular sandbox game with a huge, auto-generated open world and survival elements. In its style, the entire game world consists of specific blocks (objects, landscape, the player himself and mobs), for the creation of which low-resolution textures were used. ..

79 /100

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

Released: 2013

Platforms: Android, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, WiiU, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: action, racing, arcade, kids

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – the sequel to the arcade racing game that players love. Once again, SEGA’s cartoon characters compete to see who will be the fastest in kart races…

79 /100

LEGO The Lord of the Rings

Released: 2012

Platforms: iOS, MacOS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: action, adventure, arcade, for kids

Hobbits are now in Lego! We present to fans of the cult trilogy the latest game development – LEGO The Lord of the Rings. The platformer will be appreciated by both experienced venerable players and novice gamers…

78 /100

Plant vs Zombie: Garden Warfare

Released: 2014

Platforms: iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One

System Requirements: High

Genre: shooter, action, castle defense, for kids

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is a third-person shooter video game developed by PopCap Games with tower defense elements.

In Garden Warfare, you can play as one of two teams of plants or zombies fighting each other…

78 /100

LittleBigPlanet 3

Released: 2014

Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4

System requirements: unknown

Genre: sandbox, adventure, platformer, puzzle, for kids

LittleBigPlanet 3 is a corporate video game developed for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 gaming platforms.

78 /100

Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing

Released: 2010

Platforms: iOS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: adventure, racing, arcade, kids

SEGA has been delighting its fans for over 25 years. If you combine the fastest hedgehog in the world and incredibly cool cars, then what could come out of this new Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing. ..

77 /100

Sonic Generations

Released: 2011

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Medium

Genre: action, platformer, arcade, for kids

Super active and everyone’s favorite Sonic in the new Sonic Generations game – this is not just another option, this is an anniversary release. Super-fast Sonic the Hedgehog is twenty!

The developers make it possible to play both Sonic of our days and a character created in 1991 year…

77 /100

LEGO Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars

Released: 2011

Platforms: MacOS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: action, adventure, arcade, for kids

Fans of the fantasy world of LEGO Star Wars are waiting for new adventures in the universe, constructed from LEGO. The updated mechanics will allow you to experience even more pleasure from participation in the construction and epic battles of Star Wars. ..

76 /100

Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4

Released: 2010

Platforms: iOS, MacOS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, PC, Xbox 360

System Requirements: Low

Genre: action, adventure, arcade, for kids

The story of the little wizard Harry Potter has captivated the whole world and is familiar to everyone, from a child to an adult. LEGO decided to recreate the famous fairy tale from a colored construction kit…

76 /100

ModNation Racers

Released: 2010

Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable

System requirements: unknown

Genre: sandbox, racing, arcade, for kids

Undoubtedly, ModNation Racers is not just a game, but also a bright way of self-expression. Creativity is unleashed when creating your own unique character, map and race tracks…

76 /100

Robin

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Released: 2019

Platforms: on PC

System requirements: high

Genre: open world, business, life, shooter, rpg, adventure, mmorpg, fighting, life simulator

Once in “Malinovka”, every player from the post-Soviet space, whether Russian or Belarusian, Kazakh or Uzbek, will immediately plunge into the atmosphere of well-known and native things. ..

81 /100

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The best games on PS3 (PlayStation 3) – rating and ratings

The Last of Us (One of us)

PS3

Among the best in 2013 according to 93% of users

90 002 The Last of Us is an action-adventure game from the creators of the Uncharted series, Naughty Dog. The events of The Last of Us are developing 20 years after the start of a terrible epidemic that turns everyone…

9.4

Critics Rating

9.1

Players

Grand Theft Auto V

PS3, Xbox 360

Top rated in 2013 by 89% of users

Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) is the latest entry in the legendary series. In this part, the plot revolves around the familiar state of San Andreas and the city of Los Santos. For the first time in the history of the series in GTA 5…

9.4

Critics Rating

8.4

Players

Red Dead Redemption

PS3, Xbox 360

Among the best in 2010 according to 88% of users

Red Dead Redemption takes place in America at the beginning of the 20th century. The protagonist, named John Marston, is a former thug who left the bloody trade in the past and is forced to work for government…

9.5

Critics Rating

8.1

Players

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves

PS3

Top rated in 2009 by 86% of users

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves is the second installment of the Nathan Drake adventure from Naughty Dog. A relic found on one of Marco Polo’s ships made the treasure hunter…

9.2

Critics Rating

7.9

Players

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

PS3

Top ranked in 2011 by 84% of users

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is the third installment of the acclaimed action adventure The Adventures of Nathan Drake by Naughty dog. Drake embarks on a journey in the footsteps of the missing Atlantis…

9.2

Critics Rating

7.6

Players

BioShock Infinite

PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Top rated in 2013 by 84% of users

BioShock Infinite takes you to the floating city of Colombia, floating in the midst of clouds high above the earth’s surface. This is the third installment in the BioShock series, which plunges you into a completely new setting. Instead of scary…

8.8

Critics Rating

8

Players

Persona 5

PS3, PS4

Top rated in 2017 by 84% of users

Persona 5 is the highly anticipated sequel to Atlus’ most popular JRPG. This time we are waiting for a story dedicated to the difficulties of life in modern society, and the heroes and…

9.2

Critics Rating

7.6

Players

Valiant Hearts: The Great War

PC, PS3, PS4, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 84% of users

Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a 2D action-adventure game from Ubisoft Montpellier that takes place in the bloody World War I and tells about the fictional heroes of those harsh days. ..

8.9

Critics Rating

7.8

Players

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 84% of users

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is a new part of the popular series from the legendary Japanese developer and his studio Kojima Productions in the third-person stealth genre, which. ..

9.1

Critics Rating

7.6

Players

Demon’s Souls

PS3

Top rated in 2010 by 84% of users

Demon’s Souls is a dark fantasy RPG console game developed by From Software (with SCE Japan Studio) exclusively for the game console PlayStation 3. Demon’s Souls takes place in…

8.7

Critics Rating

8

Players

Rayman Legends

PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2013 by 83% of users

Rayman Legends is a new platform game in the gaming series Rayman by Ubisoft Montpellier, which follows the adventures of Rayman and his friends. You will learn the story of how…

8.7

Critics Rating

7.9

Players

Dark Souls II

PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Top rated in 2014 by 83% of users

Dark Souls II is the second installment in the popular action RPG universe from From Software. The plot of Dark Souls 2 tells about a lost soul fighting the forces of darkness with. ..

9

Critics Rating

7.5

Players

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut

PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360

Top rated in 2013 by 83% of users

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut is an updated and largely improved version of the original game that was released a year earlier. In the Director’s Cut version, the game balance has been significantly reworked and…

9

Critics Rating

7.5

Players

Borderlands 2

PC, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360

Top rated in 2012 by 82% of users

Borderlands 2 includes RPG-like character development, which has led Gearbox developers to call it a “role-playing shooter”, and indeed it is. At the beginning, the player can choose…

8.7

Critics Rating

7.7

Players

Life is Strange: Episode 4 – Dark Room

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 81% of users

Life is Strange: Episode 4 – Dark Room is the fourth, The penultimate episode of the adventure game from the Dontnod studio, which is known for its Remember Me project. Max and Chloe’s investigations lead them…

9

Critics Rating

7.2

Players

Far Cry 4

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 81% of users

Far Cry 4 is the latest installment in Ubisoft’s popular open-world shooter series . The game offers all the same addictive shooter gameplay in a large open world inundated with creatures familiar…

8.4

Critics Rating

7.8

Players

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition

PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 81% of users

Diablo III is an action RPG from Blizzard Entertainment. This is a continuation of the legendary series, which has not developed in any way for a long time. Diablo III takes place 20 years after the events…

8.8

Critics Rating

7.4

Players

Yakuza 5

PS3

Top rated in 2015 by 81% of users

Yakuza 5 continues the epic story of Kazuma Kiryu along with four other characters from the popular Japanese series. Featuring a new graphics engine compared to previous games in the series, Yakuza 5 will allow…

9.2

Critics Rating

7.1

Players

Life is Strange

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 81% of users

This is a new adventure game from the Dontnod studio, which is known for its Remember Me project. Players take control of a girl named Max Coalfield, who can change, rewind time. Action Life is Strange…

8.5

Critics Rating

7.6

Players

Tales from the Borderlands

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 80% of users

Tales from the Borderlands is another episodic adventure series being developed by Telltale Games using Gearbox’s famous universe and characters, Borderlands. Stylistically, the project resembles the original, but…

8.5

Critics Rating

7.5

Players

Gran Turismo 6

PS3

Top rated in 2013 by 80% of users

Gran Turismo 6 is the sequel to Polyphony Digital’s legendary racing sim that has reached a new level of realism in graphics and car physics on the tracks. In Gran Turismo 6…

8.2

Critics Rating

7.8

Players

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 80% of users

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin — is an updated version of last year’s hit game, which is now coming to next generation consoles. She enjoys all the new console features of the new…

8.6

Critics Rating

7.4

Players

Wolfenstein: The New Order

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 80% of users

Wolfenstein: The New Order is another installment in a once popular universe , which once again centers around a familiar war hero named BJ Blazkowicz. This time he encounters…

8.3

Critics Rating

7.6

Players

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 79% of users

This is a remastered and updated version of the original Dead or Alive 5 fighting game from Team NINJA. The updated version includes all previously released add-ons, updated graphics for next generation consoles,…

8.8

Critics Rating

7.2

Players

Child of Light

PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 79% of users

Child of Light is an arcade adventure game with turn-based RPG elements from Ubisoft, inspired by series such as Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger. Players have access to turn-based battles, a party of characters…

8.4

Critics Rating

7.4

Players

Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One

Top rated in 2015 by 79% of users

Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory is the third episode of five adventure games from the Dontnod studio, which is known for its Remember Me project. Max and Chloe’s investigations lead…

9

Critics Rating

7.2

Players

Beyond: Two Souls

PS3, PS4

Top rated in 2013 by 79% of users

Beyond: Two Souls is a new exclusive game for the PlayStation 3 system from the creators of Heavy Rain, Quantic Dream. The plot will tell an exciting and mystical story of one…

7.6

Critics Rating

8.1

Players

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 79% of users

Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor is an action RPG game third-person elements in the famous Lord of the Rings universe, which takes place between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. The main character Middle-earth: Shadow of…

8.3

Critics Rating

7.4

Players

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 79% of users

The game takes the PvZ series into a 3D world of fun and destruction. The game is made on the modern graphics engine Frostbite 3, which reveals all the richness and power of the new generation of consoles. Garden Warfare has…

7.9

Critics Rating

7.8

Players

Alien: Isolation

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Top rated in 2014 by 79% of users

Alien: Isolation is a sci-fi horror game about the survival of Amanda Ripley ( Ellen Ripley’s daughter from the original Alien movie who is trying to figure out what happened to the Nostromo ship and her mother.