video games replay value Archive

  • Video Games with the Best Replay Value There are games that no matter how old bring me back to play them time and time again. Each time I play I find new things that make them fresh and exciting. On the other side of things there are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of video games I have played part way through, quit, and never returned to because I just got bored or they were repetitive and I just lost interest. Most games don’t hold my attention long enough to become classics that I want to play again years later, so this list is very important to me as I will continue to replay these games for the rest of my […]

    Best Replay Value – Top 10 Video Games

    Video Games with the Best Replay Value There are games that no matter how old bring me back to play them time and time again. Each time I play I find new things that make them fresh and exciting. On the other side of things there are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of video games I have played part way through, quit, and never returned to because I just got bored or they were repetitive and I just lost interest. Most games don’t hold my attention long enough to become classics that I want to play again years later, so this list is very important to me as I will continue to replay these games for the rest of my […]

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  • I wrote an article about gaming length a while back, and this is kind of an expansion piece to it: replay value. Often overlooked in the grand scheme of a person discussing how good or bad a game is, but something I feel is very important. The first game I remember playing, that truly made me want to play it over again after finishing it, was the original Silent Hill for the PS1. The fact that you could play it again, and by omitting certain things or doing other things in the game would give you a different ending, blew me away and totally hooked me. Literally, from that point forward, any game I played with multiple endings immediately got […]

    Replay Value, The True Value Of A Game?

    I wrote an article about gaming length a while back, and this is kind of an expansion piece to it: replay value. Often overlooked in the grand scheme of a person discussing how good or bad a game is, but something I feel is very important. The first game I remember playing, that truly made me want to play it over again after finishing it, was the original Silent Hill for the PS1. The fact that you could play it again, and by omitting certain things or doing other things in the game would give you a different ending, blew me away and totally hooked me. Literally, from that point forward, any game I played with multiple endings immediately got […]

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