I mean, come on, we’re talking video games here, and I don’t care that they’re bad.
PS3 games are the most overhyped console of them all. But they’re only one part of the equation. There’s also the console itself. The PS3 has so much hardware (and software) packed into it that it’s almost impossible to pick out the games you want to play. But there are some games that really nail it, even when theyre not necessarily the latest and greatest.
I think it comes down to whether you can really get into the game, or whether the game has something so great that you can just dive in. For me, I just want to feel alive. After all, this is the most important part of the experience. That and the fact that I can actually kill an enemy.
The most underrated games are the ones that, for whatever reason, are so damn easy that you can just play them right off the shelf. I mean, they don’t have to be the latest or best, but they really do have something that you can get a lot more out of. My first two games on the PS3, and my first two on the 360, were pretty simple. They were about getting from point A to point B.
Most of the games I played on the PS3 are simple (or at least very easy) and the ones that I liked the most were very simple as well. But the games I liked the most (and have played the most) (and have the most fun with) were the ones that had a purpose, had a storyline, and were easy as fuck. The two worst games I played were the two games I had the most fun with.
The first game I played, PSX: Alien Rage is my most underrated game of all time. It is a first-person shooter that is a remake of the first PSX game. It is about a little boy who has to fight against a massive alien invasion (and it is an invasion of all planets) and it’s pretty fun. The second game I played, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence is a third-person shooter that I loved and still play with a passion.
I still play a lot of games, but I rarely play games that are underrated unless they’re good enough to be made into a game. I’d say that the best underrated games are the remakes of games that still have the potential to be great, and that’s the case here.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence is one of the most underrated games I’ve played in a long time. I had it for a couple of years and then I got a PS3 and never played it. As I get older I find myself playing games more and more, but A.I. Artificial Intelligence was a good game when I played it. The second-person gameplay with the action-RPG elements is pretty fun and the game controls are a lot like the ones you play on console.
It’s one of those games that has a lot of potential, but has taken a long time to mature. I think A.I. Artificial Intelligence is great. I didn’t have that much of a problem with it at first, but as it progressed I started to get frustrated after some time, when I realized I was playing the same game over and over again for the sake of having the same experience.
With this said, I am glad to see the progress made with the PS3’s AI, because I think it is one of the top things in terms of overall gameplay. The PS3 has a lot of potential, but it needs to improve its AI to make it a worthwhile experience.