Happy Birthday PlayStation 2 (Best Selling Game Console Of All Time)

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The Sony PlayStation 2 brought us so many memories. From the first moment we booted it up with what were pretty high tech discs (at the time), we knew we were ushering in the era of DVD-ROM gaming and immensely upgrading the industry’s console gaming experience to to be closer on par with the PC Gaming of the day and finally allow more decent looking / performing shooters to emerge onto the console scene (such as TimeSplitters and eventually SOCOM).

As it stands today, PlayStation 2 is the  most selling game console of all time citing over 155 million lifetmie worldwide units sold (an accomplishment only Nintendo DS can even come close to when counting DS, DS Lite, DSi and DSi XL combined). The truth is the PS2 provided so many good times, I couldn’t possibly remember them all.

As a celebration I thought I’d take a moment and show off some of my favorite PS2 games. Of course, this list is not going to be agreed on by everybody – I may have forgot some great games, and some of these might just be my own personal taste and not really universally loved. Nonetheless, this is from me to you PS2, enjoy.

Sony PS2 Original Release Date: March 4, 2000

Sky Odyssey

Max Payne


True Crime Streets of LA

Grand Theft Auto III

Metal Gear Solid 2

Zone of the Enders


Unreal Tournament PS2


Star Wars Bounty Hunter

FF7 Dirge of Cerberus

Final Fantasy X

The Thing

Resident Evil 4

State of Emergency

Psy Ops The Mindgate Conspiracy

Smackdown Shut Your Mouth

Need For Speed Underground

Mortal Kombat Deception

God Of War

Ratchet and Clank Deadlocked

Onimusha Warlords

Midnight Club Street Racing

Gran Turismo 3

The Warriors

Armored Core 2

The Godfather The Game

Medal of Honor Frontlne

Destroy All Humans

Fight Night Round 3

Hitman Silent Assassins


Champions of Norrath - Realms of Everquest

Fatal Frame

NBA Street


Winback Covert Operations

And So Many More…

PlayStation 2

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20140304 and was last modified on 20140304 .