The 24 best PS3 games

Here are the 24 titles that every PlayStation 3 owner should have in their collection

16 Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2

Even without Tomonobu Itagaki directing behind the scenes, it looks like the Ninja Gaiden series will be safe to kill demons for a while. Even though the Xbox 360 version came first, the PS3 update in Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 has much more content (even without the buckets of blood) -- three lovely female leads (hellooo, Ayane), larger bosses, traditional PS3-improved visuals, and even a co-op mode. When it comes to ninjas, there's nothing harder and more pleasing than this action-packed franchise, and the next Ninja Gaiden should be even more outlandishly violent. As our review notes, Xbox 360 owners should definitely be very jealous of Sigma 2.

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