PlayStation 3 is one of the top gaming systems, but a number of gamers like to play their games on their computers, with their keyboard and mouse as their controls. There is a device called Eagle Eye which is a USB HID converter that allows gamers to hook their PlayStation 3 to their computers and play their favourite first-person shooter games through this system.
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One of the most successful video game franchises of all time, "Modern Warfare" and "Modern Warfare 2," are the extension of the battle series called "Call of Duty," which is a first-person shooter game in which you are fighting as a soldier in a war with modern weapons. You can play these games online in a co-op against other players or within the game as you go on a mission to help win a war. Eagle Eye allows gamers to play this PlayStation 3 game on their computers with a keyboard, mouse and monitor. This game is very intense and violent and should only be played by players over age 13.
"Killzone 3" is part of the "Killzone" franchise of games in which you are a soldier in a futuristic world, fighting against other soldiers. There are futuristic weapons and brutal hand-to-hand combat, which makes it one of the better first-person shooter games available. "Killzone 3," along with other "Killzone" games can be played on a keyboard with a mouse and keyboard as the controls, which gives players more speed and accuracy.
"Bioshock" is a game that takes place in a futuristic city and has the player fighting people, monsters and a variety of other things in order to win the game. This is a violent, first-person shooter game, but one which cannot be played as a co-op game. Regardless, just playing the intricate levels of Bioshock and against the imaginative creatures and villains makes it one of the best games made for the PlayStation 3 system. This game can also be played on a keyboard and mouse with the help of the Eagle Eye technology.
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