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God of War is extremely entertaining and very easy to pick up and play. If you're into fast-paced first-person shooters, Time Splitters: Future Perfect has an INSANE ammount of unlockables and is very fun on easier difficulty levels.
Then again, you'd be very safe with the games you've already listed.. I plan on getting Metal Slug Anthology soon myself.
My Recommendations are...
- Resident Evil 4
Amazing 3rd-person shooter set in a dark, horrific environment.
- GTA: San Andreas
The most free-roaming and gigantic game I have ever played.
- God of War
One of the absolute best action games I've ever played.
- God of War II
The sequel to God of War matches its predecessor in almost every way.
- Jak & Daxter: The Precurser Legacy
A fun and challenging platformer from Naughty Dog.
- Jak II
Jak goes all GTA on us, but the result is a very fun, long, but occasionally frustrating game.
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Amazing mix of platforming and adventure game.
- Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
Great sequel is more violent and adult-themed than before, but it delivers the goods and an improved combat system.
- Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
Similar to Warrior Within, but featuring added stealth gameplay and the Prince's dark persona to play with.
- Devil May Cry
Like an old Resident Evil game, but FAST, frantic, and with fantastic controls.
- Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition
Very hard game, but also incredibly stylish and rewarding.
- Tomb Raider: Anniversary
A classic with a PoP-type makeover. More fun than one has ever had with Lara before.
- Onimusha 3: Demon Seige
Resembling Devil May Cry more than Resident Evil, this game is fun and features some of the most jaw-dropping cgi on the ps2 system yet.
- Burnout 3: Takedown
Finally, a greatly fun racing game for those who don't even like racing. It's that good.
Bad Boys: Miami Takedown... I would try to explain its awefulness, but I don't have any idea where I would begin!
Also avoidable - Shadow The Hedgehog. It has the worst aiming system for a 3-D shooter/platformer that I've ever experienced, and would have benefitted greatly by allowing the player to backtrack and try out new story paths without completely restarting the game. FRUSTRATING!!