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Do you play any games multiple times?

Yes 138 92.00%
 
No, once is enough. 12 8.00%
 
Total:150
DroidKnight said:
Dark Alliance 1 & 2.

Still kicking myself for trading those two games in long ago. I don't trade games in unless they piss me off, but these two it was more like "get this addiction off my hands, mate!"



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DroidKnight said:
Dark Alliance 1 & 2.

I only had the first game, used to enjoy playing co-op with my brother :P 



Metroid Zero Mission and Fusion are both very replayable.



Skyrim, vanguard bandits, Yakuza series, Way of the samurai series,RE3.



I don't really play games over and over, there are too many games around to play. Gothic 3 is probably the game I started new the most.

If you count repetitive online games my guilty pleasure is RL. I thought I would get bored by it within a year. Well 2 years and 1500+h passed and I'm still not sick of it.



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Xenoblade (In fact, I'm currently replaying this game and I like it as much as the first time, if not more)

Any Zelda game, 2D or 3D (I'm replaying Wind Waker)

Chrono Trigger

Final Fantasy VI

Super Mario 64, Galaxy and Galaxy 2

Kingdom Hearts 1, 2, Birth by Sleep

Any Pokemon game.

Age of Empires 2 single player campaigns

Ratchet & Clank games

I'd like to replay Dragon Quest 8 and the first two Paper Mario games but I need to find the time to  do it.

 

Sometimes I prefer replaying my old favorites over playing new games, In fact, all of the games  I'm currently playing are games that I've already played :P

Game that I would never replay is  Bravely Default



Super Mario Galaxy 1 & 2
Persona 5
EVERY 3D Zelda game (Especially Skyward Sword)
Sonic Adventure 2
Fire Emblem Fates (Especially Revelations)
Xenoblade Chronicles



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Replayability is pretty much what separates great games from the very best games for me. There are a lot of games that I would give 90-99 scores to, but the ones that I can replay and still enjoy and capture what I loved in the first place are the true 100s for me. And for me, those are Ocarina of Time, Xenoblade Chronicles, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and quite possibly Breath of the Wild. Though there are other games that I wouldn't say are perfect that I've really enjoyed replaying, like the first two Paper Mario games, the original Pokemon games, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword, A Link Between Worlds. Obviously I don't think online/multiplayer focused games like Splatoon and such really count for this type of thing, though I've put 400+ hours into that game and can't wait for Splatoon 2!



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