Earn Reward Points On Everything You Buy At GAME.co.uk
Get Money For New Games By Trading In Your Old Ones At GAME.co.uk
FREE UK Delivery On Everything At GAME.co.uk

PlayStation 3 10225 10296

  • 10/06/2013 Reviews

    The Last of Us - Review

    Naughty Dog, the makers of the hugely popular Uncharted games, have made themselves a reputation as purveyors of the highest quality AAA action epics, with Hollywood production values, thrilling storylines and stunning visuals.…

    See more about ‘The Last of Us - Review’

  • 27/02/2013 Reviews

    Tomb Raider - Review

    8/10 - This latest instalment is billed as a reboot, and the good news is, it succeeds - and then some

    See more about ‘Tomb Raider - Review’

  • 21/02/2013 Reviews

    Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Review

    After watching the end credits of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, you'll immediately restart from the beginning with a massive grin. A third-person beat-em-up that's fast, stylish and unforgiving, Revengeance feels like the future of high-octane entertainment, an endlessly replayable game that blasts out of the gate and simply doesn't stop until the final strike hits home - though there's plenty of slow-mo along the way.…

    See more about ‘Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Review’

  • 11/10/2013 Reviews

    Beyond: Two Souls - Review

    Beyond: Two Souls is the new "interactive drama" from David Cage, the French writer/director who brought you Fahrenheit and Heavy Rain. Cage's studio Quantic Dream makes a very different kind of entertainment that's almost a hybrid of film and video game: it's all shot like a movie, while you steer characters through dramatic events, sometimes choosing what they say in conversations, sometimes walking around interacting with objects, and sometimes responding to on-screen events with quick button presses.…

    See more about ‘Beyond: Two Souls - Review’

  • 07/01/2010 Reviews

    Darksiders - Review

    A new year brings new games to look forward to. Thankfully 2010 starts with a bang as Darksiders hits. Granted it's a game about the apocalypse with you facing the forces of Heaven and Hell as War, one of the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse, but what a way to start the New Year!…

    See more about ‘Darksiders - Review’

  • 23/04/2012 Reviews

    Prototype 2 - Review

    Prototype 2 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is, like it's lead character Sgt James Heller, an interesting beast. It picks up the action following the events of the first Prototype game, flinging you into a New York that has been sectioned off, quarantined and put under rather dubious surveillance following the outbreak of the Blacklight Virus seen in the original Prototype three years ago.…

    See more about ‘Prototype 2 - Review’

  • 25/02/2014 Reviews

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 - Review

    8/10 - Anyone who enjoys Castlevania lore or action-packed gaming should definitely look into Konami's latest

    See more about ‘Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 - Review’

  • 13/03/2013 Reviews

    God of War: Ascension - Review

    Brash, brutal, spectacular and anything but subtle, SONY's God of War series mimics the style and ambiance of the Greek myths from which it draws influence. Placing players in the leather-strapped sandals of Kratos, a bare-chested warrior sick with revenge, the five previous titles in the series have allowed us to face up to Homeric gods and monsters millennia old - before tearing them limb from limb in a narrative arc that's rarely anything but crimson-soaked. God of War: Ascension, the sixth game in a series that spans across two PlayStations and a handheld, is a prequel that offers, for the first time, an expansive suite of online multiplayer modes to supplement the thrill-ride single player campaign.…

    See more about ‘God of War: Ascension - Review’

  • 17/09/2013 Reviews

    Grand Theft Auto V - Review

    Have you ever been to Los Angeles? Rockstar has - and it shows. Los Santos, the city that forms the backdrop to much of Grand Theft Auto V, takes the best and most extreme elements of the City of Angels and distils them down to their essence: the fake Roman columns, the manicured lawns, the towering billboards given pride of place on the skyline, and strip clubs shoulder to shoulder with movie premieres in a crowd of SUVs and sports cars. LA is a city with a seedy underbelly facing upwards as it rolls around in the dirt and Los Santos captures that.…

    See more about ‘Grand Theft Auto V - Review’

  • 16/01/2013 Reviews

    DmC: Devil May Cry - Review

    DmC is a British reinvention of a Japanese classic, and a game that will leave you open-mouthed in amazement. A third-person brawler with looks to die for, you'll be gazing in wonder while clutching the joypad so hard it creaks. This is a title any serious gamer should own.…

    See more about ‘DmC: Devil May Cry - Review’

  • 05/07/2013 Reviews

    Deadpool - Review

    In theatre, they call it "breaking the fourth wall" - that's when an actor turns to the audience and addresses them directly. Well, in video game terms, Marvel's blabber-mouthed anti-hero Deadpool doesn't so much break the fourth wall as utterly destroy it and dance a jig on the rubble. You've never played a game that has this much fun with its own toybox. …

    See more about ‘Deadpool - Review’

  • 18/03/2010 Reviews

    God of War III - Review

    From the spectacular opening set-piece through to its earth-shattering final moments, God of War III wants to be the biggest, bloodiest, brawliest game you're ever likely to play. The fact it manages all that and more besides is little less than a miracle. If you think you can take the pace, you owe it to yourself to check out this astonishing action game …

    See more about ‘God of War III - Review’

  • 20/07/2011 Reviews

    Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon - Review

    Fans of cult video games will no doubt feel right at home in the Earth Defense Force universe - the Japanese bug-splattering classics have been keeping us entertained for years. But now the series is back, with an American setting and a ton of new weapons and enemies. Can you handle an insect invasion of this ferocity?…

    See more about ‘Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon - Review’

  • 19/07/2013 Reviews

    Dynasty Warriors 8 - Review

    "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" would apply beautifully to Tecmo-Koei's Dynasty Warriors 8, but developer Omega Force always has to improve something with each sequel. In the latest version of Tecmo-Koei's historical hack-and-slash marathon, there's a host of new features and play modes. In combination with a refreshed graphics engine and the usual addition of a few new characters, these updates make Dynasty Warriors 8 a fine game for the summer. It's a game full of action and content that can be played entirely at your own pace and choice of difficulty, which can range from easy walkover to genuinely hard. Provided you can get into Tecmo-Koei's groove, works beautifully as a battlefield brawler where progression is constant and your sense of increasing power grows with each stage.…

    See more about ‘Dynasty Warriors 8 - Review’

  • 15/08/2013 Reviews

    Saints Row IV - Review

    Play through Saints Row IV's intro and you could be forgiven for worrying that one of the series' defining characteristics is missing: its humour. What may have been intended as a parody of every militaristic action game ever made ends up a little too close to the mark to prompt laughter, or even a knowing grin. Then, with the launch of a nuclear missile and the arrival of a cheesy '90s rock ballad, you realise Volition hasn't forgotten what has made Saints Row special. And it only gets crazier from there.…

    See more about ‘Saints Row IV - Review’

  • 23/08/2012 Reviews

    Darksiders II - Review

    War, the first game's protagonist, has been charged with starting Armageddon early, leading to the destruction of mankind. In Darksiders II you step into the shoes of masked horseman Death, who believes War to be the victim of a conspiracy, and set off on a mission to prove your brother's innocence and restore life to all humanity.…

    See more about ‘Darksiders II - Review’

  • 17/12/2009 Reviews

    Assassin's Creed II - Review

    I wasn't a huge fan of the first Assassin's Creed. Like many, I found the progression repetitive, the AI unconvincing, and the lack of proper stealthy bits a bit baffling (you were, after all, an assassin!).…

    See more about ‘Assassin's Creed II - Review’

  • 13/09/2011 Reviews

    Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Review

    The premise of Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) is titanic on a couple of fronts. A third-person action game taking place in a brutal, 41st millennium science fiction setting, it puts you in the shoes of Captain Titus, leader of the human Ultramarines, the Emperor's chosen armies in an ongoing battle for the survival of humanity.…

    See more about ‘Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Review’

  • 30/08/2011 Reviews

    Driver: San Francisco - Review

    In a medium where developers seem increasingly obsessed with recreating gloomy reality, Driver: San Francisco (PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Wii) is a breath of fresh air. Breaking away from the franchise previously super-serious world, the game outlandish plot sees petrol-head detective John Tanner plunged into a coma following a brutal midtown collision. As he lies fighting for his life in a hospital bed, events jumps back in time to just after Tanner's crash, throwing you into an imagined version of San Francisco in which our hero must thwart the devious plans of his mobster nemesis Jericho. The majority of Driver: San Francisco literally plays out inside Tanner's head, which is an odd premise but one that allows for plenty of creative fun to be had.…

    See more about ‘Driver: San Francisco - Review’

  • 17/02/2012 Reviews

    Bioshock 2 - Review

    Let me begin by laying down a rather 'shocking' fact... I have not played the first BioShock! So the first question that I wanted to find an answer for is: do you need to have played the first BioShock in order to enjoy the second one? And that answer is... no. The plot in BioShock 2 doesn't particularly follow on from the first and gives you enough information to understand what is going on.…

    See more about ‘Bioshock 2 - Review’

Connect with...

Pay with...

  • GAME Giftcard
  • GAME Solo
  • GAME Maestro
  • GAME MasterCard
  • GAME Visa
  • GAME PayPal
Game Retail Limited. trading as GAME.co.uk - Company Registration No: 7837246 - Company Registered in England Registered Address: Unity House, Telford Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 6YJ