Check out these great PS3 games that all the family can play.

Check out these great PS3 games that all the family can play.


PEGI 12 Get your whole family together. With a huge range of games available, PlayStation 3 has something for everyone Place your Skylanders on the Portal of Power to prevent KAOS from taking control of an ancient robot army in Skylanders Giants. Join Mickey Mouse and Oswald the lucky rabbit in an adventure to save the magical wasteland in Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Race your family and friends in LittleBigPlanet Karting. Make Sackboy the winner, and show them who’s number one! Become part of Frodo’s famous quest through Middle-earth, in LEGO The Lord of the Rings. Bring wizardry to life in your living room with Wonderbook: Book of Spells from J.K. Rowling. Learn, practise and get tested on over 20 spells from the world of Harry Potter. And gain house points too! Just who is the evil super-villain threatening the cosmos in Ratchet & Clank: QForce? Set off on a wild space adventure to find out… Got better moves than The Pussycat Dolls, Jessie J and One Direction? Show the whole family! And challenge Dad to a dance-off in DanceStar Party Hits. Make space in your living room for PlayStation 3. Fun for everyone in your family.

20 Replies to “Check out these great PS3 games that all the family can play.”

  1. dear ps3 i think we gamers should have a playstation that allows us to have mods because its not fair for us and pc gets to have all the mods so we wont have to jailbreak our ps3

  2. I'm glad it has at least two players offline multiplayer but we're in 2013, four players offline multiplayer should be in all games that have multiplayer, it was there since N64 days, there's absolutely no excuse.

  3. I've kind of got a bit of a plan for my future kids… I really wanna balance their enthusiasm for good games, and with traditional kids play.. you know… in the outside world!!! :~D
    I figure that, once they turn four, I'd supply older, simpler games like Frogger, Space Invaders and Tetris. They're good, challenging games, but I doubt they'd hook a kid indoors for evenings at a time.
    When they're a little older, I'd introduce good shit like a 2D Mario, or an old Sonic game.
    Then, I'd bring in some of the older 3D games, like Crash Bandicoot or Ocarina of Time.
    Generally, I figure that if a kid grows up appreciating the old school stuff, they'll REALLY appreciate some of the newer things as well. ^_^
    Whaddya all think? Am I being a bit manipulative, or am I onto something, here?

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