Dead Space 3. Yes, it's not as good as the previous entries, but I still enjoyed it.
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I've only played the top half, but of those you can't go wrong with either The Darkness 2 (a fun FPS that doesn't outstay it's welcome) or Guacamelee (a Super Metroid inspired game).
From my experience, The Maw wasn't fun to play (a problem most Twisted Pixel games suffer) and Alan Wake was good for about half it's length (I won't spoil it but when you have to shoot certain things, it got pointless and silly).
For me, it was the language used that I didn't like. Felt like The Sims talking back and forth. And a boss fight taken straight from Limbo.
@Royce_Mccutcheon: Out of curiosity, was it Jurassic Bark? That episode totally got to me.
While browsing various shops I saw Skyrim GOTY Edition for a decent price and was tempted to get it but remembered the PS3 version having a reputation of being poor. I searched to see if patches had solved it but couldn't find a convincing answer. Not one I could trust anyways. So I ask the smarter and reliable folks here, is Skyrim still broken on PS3?
I played NBA 2K13 when I got it on PS+. While I didn't really like the game itself (basketball isn't my thing), I thought the commentary was some of the best I've heard in a sports game. Stuff like the main commentator and colour guy have realistic sounding conversations about the game, going to a third person for added coverage. Even them not commentating on everything that's happening like real sports commentary.
However, the trend that seems to be in every sports game where they ask for email addresses and other personal info is a real turn off. The direction games are going in general is pretty off putting, with micro transaction, ridiculously overpriced digital prices compared to store prices (in Britain anyways) and stuff in games that were fun unlocks to being bought stuff .
Hmm, sort of went all over the place there. Yeah, the commentary was really good.