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.

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SCEA Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction

Tools of Destruction is an amazing PS 3 game that fully leverages the power of the console. It sets the bar high for not only the series but for all PS3 games to come. It is, without a doubt, reason enough to buy the system.

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  • 25th Oct., 2007
  • Todd Melick
  • SCEA
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  • Pros:
  • Luscious visuals, solid gameplay, addictive story, hilarious weaponry
  • Cons:
  • Controls are sometimes wonky; music can get a little stale

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