F.E.A.R. is certainly worth experiencing, but you're better off with the PC or Xbox 360 versions if you've got that option.
Minor gripes aside, Homecourt is a deliciously addictive baller and a commendable next-gen Street effort on EA's part.
Better avoided if you are not a die-hard fan, this is certainly one for the Gundam devotees only.
Splinter Cell Double is an impressive single and multiplayer experience but it's far more polished on the Xbox 360.
Now that you can play online, this is the most essential version of Tekken yet and a great use of the PSN.
It's hard not to like Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 on the PlayStation 3 or the Xbox 360 for that matter. It just plays a really nice round of golf and for the first time in ages poses a real challenge.
If Super Rub-a-Dub is indicative of what is to come for low-price gaming, then the future of the PlayStation Network should not be ignored.
More than any other beat-'em-up, being good at VF5 makes you feel good about your gaming skill, kind of like those ultra-hard 2D shooters Treasure keeps knocking out for masochists.
It may not have any longevity beyond the times you boot it up to show off to friends as a curio of you new PS3, but at a budget price it is an undeniably unique and enchanting piece of software.
Regardless of that feeling of déjà vu, Carbon is another solid racer from EA. If you've been following the series up to this point, Carbon should be right up your alley.