Top 10 Best Co-op Games for PS3 | Playstation 3

Gamers by nature are competitive. However, sometimes it's nice to work as a team. Local co-op gameplay is a good method of introducing a significant other to the world of gaming. Here's a list of the Best Co-op Games on the PS3 | Playstation 3.

by on 27th Feb, 2013

#3 Portal 2

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Portal 2 has as lengthy a multiplayer campaign as its single-player one, casting two players in the roles of Atlas and P-Body With no human subjects left in the Aperture Science facility, GlaDOS creates the aforementioned two robots to perform experiments and participate in tests forever.

Together, two players must cooperate to complete increasingly devious levels that require both players to interact with each other and the environment around them.

The multiplayer mode contains dozens of levels, and once youre through with those, you can download even more levels and player-made puzzles to solve with your partner.


#2 Borderlands 2


Gearbox may not be loved by the gaming community for either Duke Nukem Forever or the much newer Aliens: Colonial Marines, but the studio has always done right by its fans with the Borderlands series. The latest game in the series, Borderlands 2, is a lot better than its predecessor in every way.

The story's nothing to write home about, but the game's filled with humorous dialogue, interesting bad guys, and more weapons than you can count that you and up to three of your friends can arm yourself with. Played alone, the game is fun—but with friends, it's a complete blast.


#1 Resident Evil 5

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When I first experienced “Resident Evil 5”, all I took away from the game were its incredibly tedious boss fights, especially towards the end of the game. But having revisited the title, I’m of a mind to realize that “Resident Evil 5” offers some of the most frantic cooperative gameplay that video games have to offer. As players take on the roles of either Chris “Humongous Biceps” Redfield and Sheva Alomar, they must traverse through various African locations to put a stop to an outbreak of the Plagas virus and confront Albert Wesker who seems more like Neo from the Matrix in this installment of the RE series. While the game’s racialist depiction of Africa may seem offensive or even inexcusable to some, it would be even more inexcusable to dismiss the game just because of it. So put your politics aside and enjoy some twenty odd hours of zombie killing with this one.

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