Metal Gear Solid 4 vs. inFAMOUS - The Ultimate PS3 Showdown, Round 3

  • Posted August 1st, 2012 at 06:47 EDT by PSU Staff

Round 3 of the Ultimate PS3 Showdown has officially begun, and it's time to select the games that will star in the Final Four. "The Best" is about to get even better, and only your vote can make that happen. Follow the link below to the official polling thread for this match-up, and keep an eye on your brackets - with a free PS3 game on the line, the stakes won't get much higher.


The Contenders:

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

When Kojima Productions set out to create what was once supposed to be the swan song of Solid Snake, the team pulled no stops. From (reportedly) filling a 50GB dual-layered Blu-Ray disc, to wrapping up one of the most convoluted stories ever told in a video game, Metal Gear Solid 4 had it all. Love it or hate it, this game rightfully deserves to be on the list of best PS3 games ever. And don’t forget: it remained PS3-exclusive!


Cole MacGrath may not be the most interesting Sony character to look at, but he’s certainly one of the most fun to play. The original superhero adventure presented in inFAMOUS is as electrifying as its protagonist, blending open-world Empire City with an intriguing plot straight out of a comic book. Big action and even bigger plot twists defined Cole's journey, and have made inFAMOUS a sea-worthy PlayStation exclusive, right up there with the likes of Uncharted and God of War.

Which of these two games deserves a spot in the coveted Final Four? Cast your votes in the official polling thread, and be sure to vote in all Round 3 match-ups. Only you can choose the Best PS3 Game Ever.


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