When it comes to stealth games, PS3 owners had their pick of the crap. One of the best examples has been re-released twice after its original debut. The last of us is a mix of the stealth and survival-horror genres. Taking place in a post-apocalyptic world filled with mushroom-like zombies, players had to guide a girl across the US in hopes of finding a cure for humanity.
It’s one of the darkest video game stories out there, but it’s well done to be sure. dishonor Y Metal Gear Solid 4: Weapons of the Patriots They are also very good stealth games on PS3. Those are some big, well-regarded titles, but there are also some smaller ones worth remembering.
8 Alpha Protocol
Alpha Protocol it was an RPG involving spies from the minds of Obsidian. Think of it as a stealthier version of Fallout New Vegas, complete with dialogue trees and various ways to approach missions. On paper, it seemed like a good idea, but the game did not receive good reviews upon release due to technical limitations.
The game improved through patches and now feels like a more complete experience. It can be difficult for many people to come back and try a game again after a difficult opening.
7 Assassin’s Creed Rogue
Assassin’s Creed Rogue released the same day Assassin’s Creed Unity. The latter of the two was the next-gen exclusive remake, while Rogue it was apparently done to appease older console users. Of the two, it’s the better game by far. For one thing, it wasn’t riddled with bugs that made Unity nearly unplayable at times.
It featured navigate as in black flag, with a huge world to explore. Sadly, it was overlooked by many fans because Unit was the new draw despite the release being, again, in shambles, which is saying something for this series.
6 Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman: Arkham Origins technically not part of the same series even though Arkham is in the name. It was developed by a separate team from Rocksteady, also known as WB Games Montreal, was a prequel, and had different voice actors.
It changed a lot in that regard, but it was still the same stealth-based, action-based gameplay of the main games. Fans may not have given it a chance because Rocksteady didn’t make it, which is a shame. It wasn’t even included in the remasters of the first two games, almost as if WB wants to forget this ever happened.
5 Hitman: Absolution
Hitman: Absolution it was the game that was released just before the episodic reboot trilogy happened. It was divided with the fan base on whether or not it was a good entry. The stealth mechanic was there and everything seemed to be on par. What was perhaps flawed were the objectives as they weren’t as memorable compared to other entries in the series. Still, as a Hitman game, fans can have a lot of fun dressing up Agent 47 and getting him into awkward situations.
4 The Bourne Conspiracy by Robert Ludlum
The Bourne Conspiracy by Robert Ludlum it was a link to both the books and the movies. It was like a bridge between both mediums, borrowing some style and story choices from each. It was developed by High Moon Studios, who must know for dark watch either Transformers: War for Cybertron.
Both games are overlooked as well as hidden gems. East Bourne The game is only as exciting as the IP it is based on. It’s not the best stealth action game on PS3, but it’s better than most license-based projects.
3 Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time it was an attempt to reignite the fire of this forgotten platformer series from the PS2 era. It has been well reviewed, offering new worlds to explore and opportunities to steal big-ticket items. It was mechanically the most attractive game of all.
For whatever reason, there wasn’t a lot of excitement for its release to continue the series. cunning cooper was one of the three giant mascot franchises of the PS2 era that also included Ratchet and Clank Y jack and daxter. Of the three, only Ratchet and Clank I have to live.
two tokyo jungle
tokyo jungle it was an exclusive download on the PS3. It took place in a post-apocalyptic version of Tokyo in which all of humanity had become extinct. What was left were pets, zoo animals and wild animals roaming around.
Players could become one of dozens of animals in a roguelike-like experience. There were giant predators and smaller prey. Animals that were prey, like the Silka Deer, had to rely on stealth to traverse the concrete jungles of Tokyo. It was a strange game that much is true.
1 Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist it was the last game in the series. Sam Fisher has appeared in other games, but hasn’t starred in anything since. This game, or any of the other entries in the series, was never ported beyond this generation of PS3. Technically, some of them are still playable via backwards compatibility on Xbox consoles, which is something. While it was reviewed well at the time, it apparently wasn’t enough to get Ubisoft interested in continuing this franchise. That’s why it’s an underrated game.
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