Push Square: "It’s been a strange generation. After the domination of the PSone and PlayStation 2, the PS3 has struggled to live up to pedigree of its predecessors. Commercially, that's certainly true – but I don’t buy into any criticisms regarding its library. The financial implications of the high-definition era may have limited its roster of third-party exclusives, but Sony made up for that by turning its Worldwide Studios network into a force to be reckoned with. It’s unsurprising, then, that four of my five favourites titles from the current generation were first-party releases."