PlayStation 3: Top 25 exclusive games

We highlight the best video games exclusive to the PS3

Over the past few years, the Sony PlayStation 3 has built a respectable back catalogue of exclusive games; arguably besting the Xbox 360 when it comes to unique content. Read on to discover our top 25 'PS3-only' titles released thus far.

To read our original, in-depth review of each product, click on the accompanying screen shots.

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Sony LittleBigPlanet

LittleBigPlanet is a brilliant fit for Sony's portable, maintaining nearly every bit of the charm and wide-eyed wonder of the console game while introducing PSP owners to this wonderfully unique series.

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  • 23rd Nov., 2009
  • Andrew Hayward
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • It's LittleBigPlanet but on a smaller screen, maintains the style and charm of the original, 30+ new stages, level creation and sharing features intact
  • Cons:
  • Multiplayer modes are MIA, no connectivity with PS3 version

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