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Do you play any games multiple times?

Yes 138 92.00%
No, once is enough. 12 8.00%

Zelda games.

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I've done it with Final Fantasy Theathtrythm Curtain Call, the Mario & Luigi RPG series and MK8

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Any of the halos

SMB3 - SMB - Zelda Twilight Princess - Super Paper Mario - Mario Galaxy - TLOZelda - NSMB2.

never any Animal Crossing Game!


Quite a few Final Fantasy-games (8, 9, 10), The Legend of Dragoon, Mega Man 2 and 4, Super Mario Bros. 3. There are a number of games I've also played twice that I might some day go back to.

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I absolutly hate replaying games or play multiplayer games without real progress. It's feels like a sin to me. There are so many great games and so little time, why spend that time on things you are already done? I always see that big backlog of retro games and the massive amount of games coming out almost every day. (same thing for movies / series). But there are exceptions like metroid zero mission + fusion, older 2d mario + mario 64 + sunshine and in recent years dark souls, castlevania lots(I needed that smooth 60 fps after playing it like shit on ps3) and witcher 2 (2. playtrought felt like a diffrent game).

edit: I forgot rayman origins and dkc returns, I played through both without getting 100% because I got easily frustrated and only completed the main story for the sake of completion. after the easier rayman legends which I completed 100% with every time run, I just needed more so I relplayed origins. while playing tropical freeze and getting every gold medal I felt guilty so instead of completing tp I replayed dkc returns.

Quite a few. So many that I overlook new games I haven't completed.

-Gears of War 1-3 (see sig)
-Batman Arkham series
-Tomb Raider 2013
-Street Fighter 2-4
-Anything with Mario (2D or 3D platformer​/Kart)
-Tetris Attack
-Final Fantasy Tactics

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The original Mass Effect trilogy
Final Fantasy VI
The Bioshock trilogy
Chrono Trigger
Secret of Mana
Most all Mario games

Yes, especially if they're the kind that's meant to be played over and over again (Star Fox, Metal Slug, Street Fighter, etc.).

Any Super Mario game
Any Mario Kart game
Any old-school Mega Man game
Super Metroid
A Link to the Past
Final Fantasy IV
Most Halo games

And generally speaking, a shorter game will be more likely to get replayed by me than a longer game because the time investment is less.


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