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Do you play any games multiple times?

Yes 138 92.00%
 
No, once is enough. 12 8.00%
 
Total:150
BraLoD said:
Wright said:

Chaos Legion.

Actually I was barely able to play through it once, the thing had some nice stuff here and there but was so damn repetitive and bland to play.

Stuart Little 2 then.



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Wright said:
BraLoD said:

Actually I was barely able to play through it once, the thing had some nice stuff here and there but was so damn repetitive and bland to play.

Stuart Little 2 then.

That one I actually enjoyed a bit more. Or was it Stuart Little 3? Did that one had a PS1 version?



Metal Gear Solid Series, Megaman classic and X series, Resident Evil 3,4 and Code Veronica, 2D Super Mario Bros, Super Metroid and Metroid Prime, any home-console Zelda game not named Twilight Princess or BoTW (not that I consider them lesser games, I've actually never played them).



A lot of my top games revolve around replay-ability. Megaman X, Tetris Attack, Sonic 2, Kirby Super Star, Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Streets of Rage 2, and more.

A lot of games I like replaying are from the older generations, like SNES and below. I've likely played them many times already, haha.



 

              

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Cloudman said:
A lot of my top games revolve around replay-ability. Megaman X, Tetris Attack, Sonic 2, Kirby Super Star, Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Streets of Rage 2, and more.

A lot of games I like replaying are from the older generations, like SNES and below. I've likely played them many times already, haha.

It definitely seems like games had a lot more replayability back then than they do today... probably comes down to most of them being rather arcadey and short in length too... not that it's a bad thing of course.

I remember having a cartridge for my Megadrive (Genesis for US people) with three games on; Street Fighter 2, Golden Axe, and Shinobi. Me and my brother would play Street Fighter 2 and Golden Axe so much!



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Bristow9091 said:
Cloudman said:
A lot of my top games revolve around replay-ability. Megaman X, Tetris Attack, Sonic 2, Kirby Super Star, Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Streets of Rage 2, and more.

A lot of games I like replaying are from the older generations, like SNES and below. I've likely played them many times already, haha.

It definitely seems like games had a lot more replayability back then than they do today... probably comes down to most of them being rather arcadey and short in length too... not that it's a bad thing of course.

I remember having a cartridge for my Megadrive (Genesis for US people) with three games on; Street Fighter 2, Golden Axe, and Shinobi. Me and my brother would play Street Fighter 2 and Golden Axe so much!

I think them being short game is also a big part of why I like replaying them again. I figure after a few times I'd get tired of it, but strangely, I don't. It's just fun trying them again in a different way, or just trying to do better the next play through.



 

              

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Believe it or not...Final Fantasy XIII.



Older games like Mario Bros. 3, Mario World, Zelda Link to the Past...



brendude13 said:
Believe it or not...Final Fantasy XIII.

Easy to believe. Despite what the spoiled fanbase says, it's a good game. I like it more than many other FF's.



Defiinitely Dark Souls. Getting better at it and learning new strategies or trying new builds makes me want to play it over and over. It's mainly due to the way thet force you to become intimate twith the layout of each zone your first time through,



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