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Submitted by get2sammyb 283d ago | opinion piece

Push Square: Games of the Generation - Jamie's Five Favourites

Jamie O'Neill, Push Square: "Seven years is a triumph, and a respectable length of time for a console cycle. I actually first owned the PS3 on its UK release date of March 2007, so it’s only been six and a half years for me, but this is still one of the longest console cycles that I can remember. This durability made choosing only five of my favourite titles an even harder task. Sony's console is clearly neither burning out, nor fading away, and the seventh generation of console gaming has entertained me beyond measure. I own almost 100 boxed retail games, and I’m on my way to amassing well over 100 titles on the PlayStation Network. If the PS4 is the fresh young upstart, then it could learn oodles from the critical software success of its wise older brother." (PS3)

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