The PS2 is coming to an end after 12 years and 150 million units sold. What games stand out above the rest?
So... Does this make the Ps2 a "retro" console? Edit: Not quite!
I'm waiting on official word from Sony that it's dead or retired before I'd put it in that category. They did stop shipments but I want the actual word before going further.
What exactly is your definition of dead or retired? They stopped manufacturing consoles. If you mean that no more games are coming out that could be another year or two in Japan. As far as terminology retro has an incredibly loose meaning and who cares why someone calls it what they want.
I'm surprised Socom 2 didn't make that list, but I'm glad Vice City/San Andreas did.
One things for sure we won't see a console with market penetration like the PS2 ever again.
What about Kingdom Hearts or Xenosaga? Great list nonetheless, it really is tough to limit yourself to just 10 games from the PS2.
Kingdom Hearts Sly Cooper Ratchet and Clank Jak and Daxter I see those last 3 as the final true effort to create quality 3D adventure/ platforming series by developers not from nintendo. So quick we are to forget how important those were to us 10 years or so back.
Socom 2 GTA 3 GTA Vice Cities GTA San Andreas Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Fantasy XII God of War God of War 2 Burnout Revenge Twisted Metal Black Jak Series Ratchet Series I know it's more than 10
Gran Turismo 3 Gran Turismo 4 Metal Gear Solid 2 Metal Gear Solid 3 Dragon Quest VIII Final Fantasy X Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne God of War 1-2 Onimusha 1-2-3 And many more...
MGS3 SoTC RE4 GTA SA Hitman Blood Money FF12 GT4 Bully Project Zero 2 GOW2 etc etc IMO By far rhe best console ever made.
Contra Shattered Soldier!!?? :-)
I already forgot what this article was about.
Games I put the most time in MGS3 MGS2 Vice City San Andreas SotC Devil May Cry God of War Prince of persia spiderman 2 Bully RE4 devil may cry 3
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