The PlayStation 2 has a lot of quality games and the best are listed here.
Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet & Clank is a platform game set in space. It's set on the planet Veldin, where you play as a Lombax named Ratchet and his robotic sidekick Clank. The main characters are joined by an assortment of other colorful characters that offer their services as you progress through the game.
The story starts off with Ratchet waking up from a dream about him being abducted by aliens. When he meets up with his friend Al, they realize that they're both looking for Captain Qwark- who also happens to be missing. After some investigation and spying, they find out that Dr Zee has taken them all hostage because he wants Qwark's robot monkey or something like that!
This game is full of humor and weapons (which are actually quite useful) so if this sounds interesting so far then keep reading my next review on how much fun it was playing through this classic PlayStation 2 title...
Final Fantasy X
Final Fantasy X is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the PlayStation 2 video game console. It was released in 2001 in Japan and 2002 in North America and Europe. The story centers on Tidus, a star athlete who finds himself in an unknown world after his home city of Zanarkand is destroyed by a colossal monster known as Sin. Accompanied by Yuna, summoner of the creatures known as Aeons, he journeys with her to save Spira from further destruction.
Final Fantasy X has been controversial among some players due to its portrayal of religion: it has been said that there are elements which seem "anti-religion", while other players have found them acceptable within context or even beneficial because they enable discussion on topics such as religious belief versus scientific fact or faith versus reason.
Grand theft Auto San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a classic. Set in the 90s, it has a lot of nostalgia and charm that makes it feel like a game from that era. It's also an extremely good story with some of the best writing ever seen in video games. The soundtrack is one of the best I've ever heard in any medium, and there are tons of things to do in this game if you're interested in doing them. Playing multiplayer with friends can be fun too!
Suikoden 3 is a tactical RPG, which means it's another game in the same genre as Final Fantasy Tactics. But unlike most other games in this genre, Suikoden 3 features up to 108 playable characters and many side quests that can be completed at any time during the story.
In addition to having a lot of story twists and plot development, Suikoden 3 has an incredible amount of depth when it comes to customization. You'll have several options when customizing your characters' gear and stats which allows for some very detailed set-ups if you're willing to put in the time.
Breath Of Fire Dragon Quarter
Breath of Fire Dragon Quarter is a survival game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world. You play as Ryu and his companions, who are on a quest to find the cure for a plague affecting their world. The game is turn-based and single-player, so you'll be able to dive into it without having to worry about getting distracted by other players on your team.
The story revolves around Ryu's quest for the cure, but he must also fight off monsters that have appeared due to the virus's effects on their environment. It will be up to you whether or not you want him to succeed: if he fails in his mission, then everyone dies! The gameplay itself offers several different difficulty levels based on how many resources are available (so choose wisely). Once finished with this title from Capcom's Breath Of Fire series, try out some other PS2 classics from them like Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition
Kingdom Hearts is a game that combines the worlds of Disney and Final Fantasy. The game was released in 2002 and has since had a sequel, Kingdom Hearts II.
The game is available on the PlayStation 2 and the PlayStation 3, but if you want to play it on an older console, you can pick up a PS2 Classic edition for $9.99 (or your regional equivalent). This includes both KH1 & KH2 as well as some other goodies like HD remasters and DLC pack
These are just a few of the PlayStation 2 classics, but we hope this list got you thinking about what your favorite games might be. With so many options to choose from it can be hard to narrow down your favorites, but don't worry because we're here to help! If you need any advice on picking out some new games or upgrading your current console with an upgrade pack, feel free to contact us at [email protected] We have experts on staff that would love nothing more than helping out those in need.