As another fantastic year on PlayStation draws to a close, industry experts tell eu.playstation.com their video game highlights of 2011.
"The unveiling of PlayStation Vita in January all the way through to the launch in Japan on 17 December 2011 has been great. On PlayStation 3, the launch of Killzone 3, LittleBigPlanet 2 and Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception stood out, along with the announcement of The Last of Us." Shuhei Yoshida, president, SCE Worldwide Studios
"What a year it's been: we started with three massive games in LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3 and MotorStorm Apocalypse, and rounded it off with Resistance 3 and the incomparable Uncharted 3. Add to that some great new PS Move experiences like DanceStar Party, Start the Party! Save the World and Medieval Moves, and there was truly something for everyone in 2011." Michael Denny, senior vice president, SCE Worldwide Studios, Europe
"There was a ton of great stuff in 2011, and if you were to twist my arm, I'd have to say Uncharted 3. The game just looks amazing and continues a great narrative in a way that few titles have been able to accomplish. No other game gets closer to film quality cutscenes." Dayne McClurg, community manager, Gotham City Impostors
"Showing off WipEout 2048 and Little Deviants on PS Vita for the first time in public at E3 2011 was a big highlight for me. And playing Uncharted 3 in stereoscopic 3D with my youngest son – it's just such an awesome game, great story, brilliant pacing, Hollywood style action and all in superb, quality 3D. Hats off to the 'Dogs' for another truly amazing game." Mick Hocking, vice president, SCE Worldwide Studios
"It's got to be Uncharted 3. I'm a huge fan of the series and it's a stunning title to experience." Nick Craig, vice president, Codemasters
"For me it's been inFAMOUS 2. I loved the first game and I think the second one is just so much better. I'm playing it through for the second time as the villain right now." Simon Bursey, art director, BigBig Studios
"Killzone 3 showed clearly how far you can push the rendering power of PS3 – great look and feel, and a very well executed game. Batman: Arkham City was a fine successor to the beautiful Arkham Asylum and it's fantastic to see a small studio like Rocksteady create such a strong new Batman series." Tore Blystad, game director, Hitman: Absolution
"Not strictly this year, but it has to be Gran Turismo 5. It hasn't been taken out of my PlayStation 3 since 2010, and it has basically helped me become an actual racing driver." Jann Mardenborough, GT Academy winner 2011
"It's been a stupendous year for the discerning gamer, hasn't it? Call me biased, but seeing EA SPORTS FIFA 12's online stats go through the roof this year stood out. Also, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, Battlefield 3 and Batman: Arkham City – Deus Ex: Human Revolution too. That's about three months of non-stop playing right there." Matt Prior, associate producer, EA
"I always enjoy seeing how game series I used to work on go: Dead Space 2 and Need For Speed The Run are two of those, and both are great." Glen Schofield, general manager, Sledgehammer Games
"I loved The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and I found Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Batman: Arkham City to be pretty epic." Ara Demirjian, assistant producer, SCE Worldwide Studios
"Killzone 3 was a lot of fun. I'm about big guns: the bigger the shells the better, and that missile launcher in Killzone 3 [the WASP] was immense." Randy Varnell, producer, Gearbox Software
Check out our video to view more PlayStation highlights from 2011, including the pick of the year as chosen by Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
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