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Welcome to your number one source for cheap preowned, used and second hand PlayStation 3 games. Not only do we have the widest range of preowned video games for the PS3 console but we also review each and every title to help you decide whether you want to buy it.

Rather than paying sky high prices for newly release games it's now possible to purchase used games online at a fraction of the original price. Some games may be sold as pre owned as they are overstock or returned items so they need to sold cheaper than normal. All second hand games that you buy online have been tested and checked for quality so come in a perfect condition - go ahead grab a bargain.

Pre-Order Used Console Games Before They Have Been Released

That's right websites including Europe's leading video games retailer, GAME are now offering pre-orders on video games that aren't yet out in the shops. By buying these big name used titles you could save as much as £16 compared with buying them brand new.

Check the reviews below for the latest and greatest preowned PS3 games or visit the used games websites on the right of this page.



Best 5 PS3 Games for Teenagers 2012 – 2013

Are you a parent trying to work out what to get your teenager for Christmas or a Birthday present? The following are the top 5 Playstation 3 games that every kid would want to see under the tree or wrapped up in Birthday paper. To make it even better we’ve listed the best preowned prices so not only are you getting the latest and greatest games for your children but also they’re at the cheapest possible prices.

LittleBigPlanet Karting

Join Sackboy and Sackgirl on the starting grid in this great multi-player family game that kids and teenagers and even grown ups will love. As well as multi-player online or split screen modes the game features a great single player mode where players join a fast paced karting campaign to save the Craftworld universe. On top of this there is also a create mode where players can customise their Sackboy, Karts, tracks or even design unique power-ups and weapons. All content can then be shared with the community around the world via the Playstation network for a truly unique experience every race.

Amazon £29.99


Fifa 13

Despite Fifa 12 being outstanding, Fifa 13 is even better offering loads of additional features and new modes. Some of the new features include a revolutionary first touch control system which eliminates unrealistic first touches, an expanded career mode and an all new positioning intelligence system. With all that, 15,000 players and over 500 clubs Fifa 13 is not a game any Football fan should miss out on.



Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (NFS: MW) is an amazing racing game that no one should be without. The game offers players a massive open world that is completely packed full of non stop action guaranteed to keep anyone entertained for hours. Players can go anywhere on the map, takedown their rivals, challenge friends, find hidden games or just mess about and get chases off the cops. Everything that is done earns speed points which count towards being the number 1 most wanted.



Lego Lord of the Rings

Lego Lord of the Rings is based on and follows the story lines of the epic Lord of the Rings films and books. The game is outstanding and really does take everything that Lego have done so far to another level. Gamers can team up in pairs or by themselves as Lego mini figures to solve riddles and battle enemies on their journey to Mount Doom. The soundtrack and dialogue is from the 3 films so really does give it a depth and quality that is not usually found in other Lego games. For Lego and Lord of the Rings fans this game is definitely not one to be missed.

Amazon – £29.45


London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games

With over 30 events London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games allows players to create their own moments of sporting history on the global stage. It has excellent graphics, great game play, a nice selection of events, online play and multiplayer mode as always in these games is highly addictive. The game is undoubtedly one of the best Olympics games to be released on the PS3 and should provide hours of fun.



All games listed above are rated E for Everyone.

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G.T.A. V and beyond

Things we want to see in future G.T.A. games.

After the realism of G.T.A. IV that was both ground-breaking and disappointing, at least for some of us, here are a few wacky and wild ideas that would certainly inject some fun into the game. Some more crazy than others if not impossible to implement on current generation systems, however, we are only limited by our imaginations!

A Superhero

Wouldn’t it be great to catch rare glimpses of a Batman type character helping people or just atop buildings watching over the city? We could have missions tied to them such as finding out their identity and blackmailing them, or a secret mission to try and follow them back to a lair or hideout hidden somewhere within the city.

Bank heists

These could be side missions that vary in size and difficulty. From simple hold-ups to intricate heists that require planning and expensive equipment to pull off. Maybe hire a team to help you such as an expert safe cracker. Could be a good one for online co-op play with the possibility of ripping each other off. It’s already been done in Kane and Lynch but that was a bit naff to be honest and it would work well within the G.T.A world. This would also work well with the Superhero idea.


A whole new world could be realised and discovered in the depths of the ocean. Hidden treasure, sunken ships and a ruined city full of nooks and crannies to explore. This could be interesting with its own underwater physics and weapons such as harpoons. We could have shark attacks, schools of piranhas, ridable dolphins and even giant whales that could trap you inside themselves with some sort of mini game to free yourself.


One of the highlights of Red Dead Redemption was all the wildlife. Obviously the setting is different and there wouldn’t be such an abundance of wildlife in a GTA game, but wouldn’t you still like to shoot down a few wild birds and maybe go bear hunting again?

Go to a space station and fly a space rocket to the moon

Imagine a heavily armed NASA type station that you could break into and steal a rocket flying all the up to the moon. Maybe we could even fly to the International Space Station and hijack it. In fact there’s lots of possibilities relating to this idea.

Milk a cow

A series of cows hidden round the city with some sort of high tech process of storing and extracting drugs out of the milk. The milk could also be collected by an Ice Cream van turned into ice cream and then sold as some kind of designer drug perfect for the hot and sunny Californian weather.

Build and Craft

Building your own safe house or crafting your own weapons would add a whole new level to the game. We would at the very least like more customization options, from cars to clothes.

Time machine

A vehicle in the same vain as the Delorean out of Back to the Future or just a plain old H.G. wells type device. This could whisk us off into a future full of hovering cars and laser weapons, or maybe just take us back in time to play around in 1960’s America.

What else should the next Grand Theft Auto include?

L.A. Noire

A thrilling detective mystery open world game.

This game developed by Team Bondi and published by Rockstar offers something completely different. Taking on the role of Cole Phelps as he works his way through the ranks from a lowly patrol officer up to the arson desk, it’s up to you to solve 21 cases in total.

The game takes place in a near perfect recreation of post war 1940s Los Angeles. Drugs and corruption are rife in the city of angels, this along with the toned down colour palette and jazz music gives the game that old black and white noire film feel.


Sega Megadrive: Ultimate Collection

The most complete compilation of Mega Drive games to date

This collection of 20 year old games from the Sega’s Megadrive will take anyone who is 30+ on a trip down memory lane. The majority of the games here are classics and while graphically they are extremely dated, the gameplay is still there.


Call of Duty: Black Ops

Cold War era COD action!

It’s Treyarchs turn to develop the yearly instalment of Call of Duty and this time we’re taken to the Cold War era in a typically linear experience. From the beginning you will be thrown straight into the action with huge, spectacular set pieces in a disjointed plot designed to shock and awe.

For most of the game you will be playing in the shoes of CIA operative Alex Mason. As Alex Mason you will be interrogated by an unknown organization with the missions being played out as flashbacks. Players will be taken to Cuba during the Bay of Pigs invasion, held captive in Russia and will also be taken to Vietnam. As well as Alex Mason players will get the chance to play as fellow CIA operative, Jason Hudson and former Red Army soldier Victor Reznov.


Resident Evil 5

Action horror survival at its best!

When Resident Evil 4 was released with its complete overhaul in design and gameplay, going from a fixed 3D perspective to an over the shoulder 3rd person perspective, they completely changed the series. As well as gaining a more realistic look and feel the series lost its overall sense of claustrophobia and intensity. Capcom have kept this perspective in Resident Evil 5 and it feels even more removed from the first few games in the series. I’m not complaining as I’ve put between 50 to 60 hours in to this game and enjoyed every minute of it but it feels more like playing any other quality 3rd person action game and not the survival horror game that it is coined as.


Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

Burnout meets Need for Speed

From the creators of the Burnout series comes this fantastic, undeniably over-the-top racer and arguably one of the best instalments in the Need for Speed franchise so far. If you’ve been playing N.F.S. games for a while then, like me, you will have noticed the series wane over the last few releases. Upon hearing about Criterion Games being given the chance to jump start the series back into top gear, I for one was very excited, and with good cause. Hot Pursuit not only packs a fresh punch, the new Autolog feature innovates and is something that should be in all racing games, perhaps even in other genres with competitive gameplay.

Set in the fictional world of Seacrest County, Hot pursuit does away with attempting any type of storyline, and puts you straight into the drivers seat of some of the hottest cars around at the moment. From the get go you can play as a cop or a racer, but both have access to the same cars apart from a few exceptions like different skins and flashing lights for the police. This leads me to believe that tax in Seacrest county must be sky high with all the traffic cops super cars being written off on a minute-by-minute basis.


Batman: Arkham City

The Dark Knight returns

Batman: Arkham Asylum set a new precedent when it was released just over two years ago with a great story set in the Batman world, great gameplay and solid mechanics. The sequel doesn’t disappoint and expands upon all the great things from the first game making for an unmissable experience for fans of Batman and fans of gaming alike.

Arkham City is based shortly after events from the first game where former Arkham Asylum warden Quincy Sharp now runs Gotham City as its mayor. He has sectioned off part of the city and moved all inmates from the asylum and Blackgate prison to here. This area is called Arkham City and Hugo Strange runs it and it’s your job as Batman to find out what’s going on in this god forsaken place!


Top 5 Preowned PS3 Games Deals in the January Sales

Many online gaming stores have reduced the prices on lots of great PlayStation 3 games in the January sales. Gaming stores including GameStation, Game and Amazon have reduced the prices of used games that were already at bargain prices. Five of the best deals that we can find on great second hand games are as follows, hurry if you want to buy any of these as the offer price won’t last forever…

Assassin’s Creed 2

Assassins Creed 2 is a worthy purchase that I’m sure will satisfy fans of the first game. The storyline is nothing short of excellent spanning over 25 years, the background graphics are great, the controls are easy to understand and the gameplay is thoroughly enjoyable. For those of you that, like me you didn’t think much of the first game then I would certainly recommend giving this romp through renaissance Italy a go, you won’t regret it.

Best Sale Price – Save £39.04 at Blockbuster

Buy here for just £10.95

Fallout New Vegas

Anyone that wants a game that can be played for 100s of hours where there are new things to find all the time couldn’t go wrong with Fallout New Vegas. The main story is engaging, it has decent graphics, the map is pretty big, there are lots of weapons and it will take forever to complete. If you loved Fallout 3 then you should go out and buy Fallout New Vegas as soon as possible.

Best Sale Price
Save £2.04 at Blockbuster

Buy here for just £10.95

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011

After Fifa, Pro Evolution Soccer is without a doubt one of the best football games on the PS3. Many people have said this is the best version that Konami have ever made due to it featuring many different competitions including be a legend which is similar to on Fifa, an easy to use interface, everything is fully customisable, games are realistic and the graphics are great. If your a Football fan looking for a bargain that will keep you entertained for hours then Pro Evolution 11 should be top of your list.

Best Sale Price – Save £8.35 at Amazon

Buy here for just £4.52

Saints Row: The Third

Saints Row: The Third is the best in the series with some fantastic missions that are as creative as they are ridiculous. The good outweighs the bad and for a truly open world experience this is the closest you can come to doing anything you want without breaking the law.

Best Sale Price

Save £6.88 at Amazon

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Dues Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a great game that caters equally to fans of stealth or the trigger happy that like to take things head on. With up to as much as 50 hrs of gameplay for those that like to complete everything and a great levelling up system, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is certainly one of the better games this year and I would highly recommend it to any fans of action/adventure games. For the price that this is currently available at preowned it is a great deal.

Best Sale Price – Save £3 at Game

Buy here for just £9.98