im sure you will enjoy infamous 1 and 2. i enjoyed infamous 2 over the first. with uncharted your in for something special. actually i dont think you realize how much of a treat your in for with the uncharted franchise. uncharted 2 being one of the highest rated games of this generation. my recommendations to you are
LittleBigPlanet(1 and 2): highly enjoyable platformer for all ages
Resistance(1, 2 and 3): although the multiplayer is probably gone for Resistance 1 and 2, Resistance 3 came out late last year and was a great game. if you do pick up a used copy of R3, youll need a multiplayer pass to access the multiplayer. passes come free with new copies of the game. i would just go ahead and pick up Resistance 3 without 1 and 2, and if you like them, go ahead and pick up the previous installments. there is a collection now with all 3 games.
Uncharted 3: well... if you like the first 2, you might as well pick up part 3. my personal favorite over all of them
Killzone (2 and 3): one of the most realistic FPS's ive ever played. graphically gorgeous. a lot of people will put the controller down after an hour and never look back. but once you used to the realism and the feel of the controls, killzone is cherry.
Heavy Rain: one of the most unique experiences ive ever had. this game plays as if it were an interactive movie (which is a good thing)
Assassins Creed (any of them): these games are great and offer huge open world experience of back in the day. you can pick up AC1 and 2 on the cheap by now.
Need for Speed Most Wanted: if your into street racers, this recently released title should offer you some great fun as i very much enjoyed it.
Motorstorm (any of the 3): if your down for some offroad adrenaline fueled racing, this ones for you.
God of War (any of them): i only tuned in for GoW3, but this hack and slash was not only graphically gorgeous but good fun.
That list should keep you busy for a while. there are some (sometimes crappy) demos available as a free download on the PS Store. enjoy!
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