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I have to say mine was Ratchet and Clank. I loved the weapons and the characters in the games. I want to know about exclusive titles or it could be cross platform.
bioshock 1 and 2
bioshock 1,2 and plan on getting 3
I personally always liked Sly Cooper games the best. The sneaking around, the bottle-clue collecting, and the constant "The Murray!" is always good. I also love the Uncharted Series, I've beaten all those games(but not twice) and love the multiplayer online.
Nothing beats Bioshock !
The Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series. 3 and 4 are among some of my favorite games ever.
Ratchet & Clank. Love a lot of the Sony franchises, but I grew up on them and I own every entry in the series.
Mine has to be inFAMOUS because of the excellent story and gameplay
Resident Evil - the early games - 1, 2 & 3 for the PS1
Need for Speed - Most Wanted -PS2
Burnout 3 and Burnout Revenge
Splinter Cell 3 and 4
Socum Navy Seals 3 and 4
there's just so many out there it would take forever to list them all but I'm throwing in the Devil May Cry series - all of them
I know right Infamous is awesome
And SJ Tech and Games I loose Kingdom Hearts cannot wait for the 1.5 HD Re-Make this fall
Hmm...for me, both Ratchet and Clank, Crash Bandicoot (from #1 to Wrath of Cortex in 2001), and Jak and Daxter.
Breathe life, for you are not alone.....Breathe life, inside your heart of stone (BREATHE IN LIFE!) [Breathe Life by Killswitch Engage (The End of Heartache: Bonus Track Edition)]
It has to be a combination of Crash Bandicoot (PSOne Only), Uncharted, Ratchet & Clank, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, and Spyro.
Let it gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.
ratchet and clank is one of my favorites too.
Sony has always had better exclusives. My favorite exclusive Sony series would have to be Killzone. The Helghast were badass, and the story and universe were very deep and detailed.
Even if I were to go back, there is Battle Arena Toshinden, Wild Arms, Suikoden, Shadow Hearts, Drakengard, .hack..... so many to chose from it's hard to narrow it down to one.