Budget PS2 Games

In the last two days you've been getting articles on budget games for the PC and the iPhone. Today, we have a few games for your PS2 (the most loved console out there) which will make you jump with joy and also make your dad say, “I love you kid! But don’t waste half my salary on games like other kids your age!”

Here’s a list of ten games that can fall in your budget.

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat

If you’ve been a fan of the Battlefield series you’ll definitely love this one. Set in a “possibly-world-war-3” surrounding where NATO and China are fighting in Kazakhstan, this game’s loaded with some good graphics, action-packed scenes, and some really nice gameplay.
Price: Rs. 699/-

Burnout: Dominator

You can call this the most action-based, bang-your-opponent’s-car-to-a-tricycle type of a racing game, where apart from racing you swear an oath of ending others’ racing dreams!! Really good graphics, fast-paced gameplay is what really sets the wheels running for this game!
Price: Rs. 699/-

The Getaway: Black Monday

While people have realized that GTA is the only key to get your bad-ass blood burning and have an awesome run with guns, girls, and glory, The Getaway is for those who’ve adored Guy Ritchie flicks like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and RocknRolla, it’s got some decent graphics and will, by the end of the day leave you one less than a Hollywood star!
Price: Rs. 499/-

ATV Offroad 4

Do high jumping all terrain vehicles (ATV) set your pulse racing? If yes, then this is the game you have to head for. Unlike normal “racing” games, where you get to choose from standard cars with a 180 mph top speed thingy, here you rather go for raw metal-framed tough vehicles that are meant to tolerate falls, jumps, and a never ending list of punishment you can dish out to them!
Price: Rs. 699/-

Destroy All Humans 2

For once, you don’t fry some alien-ass, get lost in some myriad jungle hounded with creepy-crawlies waiting to suck the blood out of you, save the world, etc. etc. You rather, end the source of all problems by ending the ones who started this. Kill ‘em humans in this fun, action game!
Price: Rs. 699/-
SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy Seals

A game based specially for those with multiple skills in handling enemies one-on-one and also with strategy, SOCOM has three scenarios from North Africa, South Asia and ending missions in Poland. Typically based on those 5 guy-teams who are out to stop some cranky headed terrorists in ruining the world, you will definitely like this if what you aspire to be is a SEAL.
Price: Rs. 499/-

Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain

While it may look like a Mission Impossible scene, shutting down conspiracies and shooting people, this is actually where you play an agent for IPCA, an anti-terrorist organization, it follows a non-linear kind of a layout where you can complete tasks, or can avoid them completely. This is your next big break to being a superstar!
Price: Rs. 499/-

FIFA Street 2

Well, the world cup fever came and went, and we are back to where we were; work, study, etc. Football can actually help you relax those stressed out nerves and while watching it is fun, playing this is completely amazing. Unlike the normal FIFA series from EA Sports, FIFA Street has its own gameplay where teams are 5 men, and the playground is just your back alley! Perform cool tricks, get points, and challenge other teams! This has got it all!
Price: Rs. 699/-

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights

Remember the super cars and the sizzling chicks in Juiced? This is a superb sequel to the last one with more super-racers and hotter babes! All at a real good price in case the chick on the cover case does not give you a good reason to go for it!
Price: Rs. 499/-

Stuntman: Ignition

When you watch stunts performed on TV, do you feel like being a part of the action? Like actually being on the scene? Do some breathtaking stunts that’ll make you wonder at the end of the day, “Did I just do that?”
Price: Rs. 699/-

Well, we definitely hope that these budget games for different platforms have given you good reasons to buy these games. We still would like ideas and experiences from all of you. It could be anything ranging from different games that you’ve bought to different prices of games that you’ve seen. Anything from our readers will always be welcome! Catch you next week.

Published Date: Jul 16, 2010 02:25 pm | Updated Date: Jul 16, 2010 02:25 pm