KingBroly wrote:- Burnout Paradise [it's single player, but there's a ton of content and it's the best racing game this gen]
Artistic_Anarchy wrote:If you want a great puzzle game with a lot of charm and style, check out Critter Crunch.
It is absolutely amazing and addicting. You will definitely not regret it...I guarantee it.
I'm also going to cast another vote for Burnout Paradise. It's definitely the best racing game this gen, IMO and you can still find full lobbies despite the game being like two years old. The online community is still as strong as ever and frankly, you're going to get A LOT of content for your buck. There's just so much to do in the game that it's impossible for you to get bored of it.
The new Pac-Man Championship Edition game is also going to be coming out at the end of this month, so make sure you check that out for some old school arcade goodness.
Flower is also a great game that you have to experience. There is nothing else like it.
As for retail games, I think LittleBIGPlanet would be perfect for your son and father to play. It's absolutely gorgeous and the amount of different user generated levels is insane. The amount of creativity that went into some of those levels will blow your mind and make you think it's so awesome.
Get Uncharted 2 for yourself and father, though. You two will LOVE it. It's one of those games every PS3 owner has to experience.
hellfire888 wrote:we're talking about getting move, but we're not so sure about it.. we already have a wii for motion controls.. and there isn't many games out for it yet too.
maybe if there is some good black friday deals, or if they bring the price down some.
i think the deciding factor is that the $100 bundle doesn't even come with the navigation controller/nunchuk thing.. thats 30 alone.. and we would want another Wand/NC so we could play 2 player(cost over $200 for everything). so we'll probably have to hold off getting those for a little while.
i think right now we are just gonna stick with getting an extra controller, some nice multiplayer games and enjoying the blueray player. we've had an HD TV for a couple years now and havent used it to its full potential.. cant wait.
hellfire888 wrote:oh damn.. i didnt know that.. guess ill have to find out if my 6 year old can hold the dual shock with one hand.. that could save me $60.. is the ps2 dual shock the same size and weight as a ps3 dual shock? we have one and i could test to see if my son can hold it that way.
ill check out Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light for sure!
oh man am i gonna have a hard time with getting games this christmas.. there is so many ps3 and wii games we want to get.
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