Top PS3 Family Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top family games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
If the idea of playing a board game seems too last century this virtual edition might be worth a look, but be aware that this is only ever going to be second best.
While the games on offer here aren't entirely original and seem like extensions of what we saw in EyeToy games over the years, there's no question that with the right crowd they're good fun.
TV Superstars fails at being a consistently enjoyable party experience. The set-up is interesting, but the execution isn't nippy enough for a mini-game collection.
EA hasn't done that bad a job with Monopoly Streets, but I'd personally rather stick with the real thing.
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.
Apparently you can play games on the PlayStation3, but it certainly looks like a top of the range karaoke machine from where I'm standing, on centre stage in my living room stadium.
Although not a reinvention of the formula, we'll be playing Buzz! Quiz TV for many months to come.
It's easy to see that the EyePet is the best virtual pet that anyone has ever created. It's cute, it can do lots of neat tricks, and it puts motion controls to great use.
Eleven months on from the original release, this is still the best monkey-cat-hybrid simulation that money can buy.
Move support is a bit too basic to care about, but the core quizzing is excellent, making this a must buy for anyone who enjoys quiz battles on their sofa.