The Top 100 Games Of The PS3 Generation: 81 - 90

  • Posted November 22nd, 2013 at 16:42 EDT by PSU Staff

With the U.K. launch of the PS4 looming, PSU staff have got together to argue and fight over the definitive top 100 games of the PS3 generation, which includes PSP and Vita titles. It's not quite the end of an era, but it's the perfect time to reflect back on some of the great titles that have graced Sony's black behemoth.

We've already kicked off the top 100. You can check out 91-100 here. Below you can find rankings 81-90. 

90. MAG

Metacritic Rating - 76

A multiplayer-only FPS where up to 256 players take part in squad-based action was an ambitious project. With plenty of battle modes, as well as squad leader advancement leveling to increase your standing in the game, players still interested had better get in quick as the game is scheduled for closure next year.

PSU score 7.5 review HERE

 

89.DC Universe Online

Metacritic Rating - 7.5

MMO superhero action abounds here with plenty of updates to keep players interested in superhero action. A launch day title for PS4 which promises character transfer from your PS3 account, so you can enjoy the MMO action even more.

PSU score 7.5 review HERE

 

88. Dungeon Defenders

Metacritic Rating - 80

Multiplayer RPG action with a tower defence twist sees players defend their precious crystals against wave after wave of relentless monsters, who weren't afraid to bring the odd boss to the fight either. Players could deploy traps, defences or even go hand to hand with the enemy. A hardcore mode added a permadeath element for extra insanity.

PSU score 8, review HERE

 

87. Dragons Dogma

Metacritic Rating - 83

An open world RPG, where player class choice has a real impact on the gameplay. Dragons Dogma also featured a 'pawn' system for NPCs, allowing players to recruit help from their friends.

PSU score 8, review HERE

 

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