Submitted by pungello88 1036d ago | opinion piece

Roundtable: What Game Do You Replay the Most?

The VGutopia staff is asked the question "what game do you replay the most?" Here is what they had to say. (Culture, Fallout 3, PC, PS3, Resident Evil 4, Retro, Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Xbox 360)

wishingW3L  +   1036d ago
Megaman X games
guitarded77  +   1036d ago
The Legend of Zelda (Annual play through)

Gran Turismo 5 - Play every day... and will do the same with 6 when it comes out

Castlevania/Castlevania Chronicles - I'll play it every so often for some classic gaming

Galaga - Still awesome, got the newer versions over the years, but I go classic to sometimes

There are others, but off the top of my head, those are games I replay and still play from time to time.
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BitbyDeath  +   1036d ago
guitarded77  +   1036d ago
That's a good pick right there. Warhawk is awesome. I don't think it got enough attention from gamers, but the loyal fan base keep the game going. I like Starhawk, but Warhawk was better IMO... once you got past the depth of controls from ground soldier to vehicles to warhawks, the game is really fun and well balanced for the most part. I really wish Starhawk had been more like Warhawk. Either way, kudos... good choice.
BitbyDeath  +   1036d ago
I put hundreds of hours into that game, something i've not done for any other title.

Warhawk is unique in what it offers and i also wish Starhawk was at least half as good as Warhawk but the Build and Battle, stupid knife button and regenerative health killed it for me.

All i can hope for now is that someone gives us a HD version of it nextgen and breathes life back into the series.
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VicodinViking  +   1036d ago
GTA: San Andreas
Mario 3
Diablo 2
Heisenburger  +   1036d ago
It used to be Ocarina of Time. But, if I had some sort of official counter, I'm sure that I've played Snake Eater more.

There hasn't been a single game this generation, save MGS4, that has come even close.

Though the only game in my history in which a single playthrough went into triple digits is Just Cause 2. One hundred and one hours.
majiebeast  +   1036d ago
Chrono trigger annual playthrough
Final fantasy 7 3-4 times
God of war entire series 2 times
Metal gear solid 4 times
Metal gear solid 3 2 times
cpayne93  +   1036d ago
Mario 64
Mgs 1
Peace Walker
Demon's Souls
Pokemon gbc versions
RockmanII7  +   1036d ago
Minecraft, Pokemon, and Halo for me.
thebudgetgamer  +   1036d ago
Super Mario World and Galaga.
jjb1981  +   1036d ago
Zelda on n64, ocarina 3 times, majoras mask 5 times. Link to the past 7 times
Dac2u  +   1036d ago
Super Mario Bros 2, I can beat it pretty quickly without continuing and sometimes without dieing.

Every once in awhile, I'll play through Super Mario World and get to 96*.

I think most of my go to games are SNES games. FFVI, A Link to the Past, Out of this World and Prince of Persia are all games I usually replay at least once a year.

The newest game I replay is probably Psychonauts, one of my all time favorites.
guitarded77  +   1036d ago
With the games you're listing, I really wish Nintendo would add a trophy/achievement system to the Wii U, and add trophies/achievements to the virtual console games, so we can have a diary or our NEW and SNES accomplishments. I would re-buy and re-play at least 20 titles off the top of my head if Nintendo did this. It would be so awesome to 100%/platinum a Zelda, Mario or Metroid game. Nintendo needs to get on the ball with the trophy/achievement thing... there will be thousands of people lining up to earn those digital badges and show them on their player card.
Dac2u  +   1036d ago
I totally agree, I'd re-buy so many games if they did that. I'd actually buy a Wii U if they did that.
MASTER_RAIDEN  +   1036d ago
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, just about every day.
Motal Kombat (2011) few times a week.
Street fighter 3rd stirke online about every other day (need to get decent with my arcade stick)/
Xristo  +   1036d ago
Half-life (just loved playing it on the hardest difficulty)
Dragon Warrior (NES)
The Legend of Zelda (NES)

...nowadays I'm lucky to even finish a game.
greatcrusader44  +   1036d ago
I play the n64 Zeldas annually. Not sure why, its a random tradition I've unconsciously made and didn't realize til a few yrs ago, and just stuck with it.I also kinda replay KotOR 1 a lot, maybe not every year, but easily every 1.5 yrs.
catch  +   1036d ago
Final Fantasy VI-X
Megaman X3 and X4
Chrono Trigger
Chrono Cross
Resident Evil 4
Kingdom Hearts I and II
Breath of Fire II and III
And way back I used to play a ridiculous amount of Street Fighter Alpha 3.

Not as much time to replay them all these days but over the years I have gone back to those at least a few times each.
zgoldenlionz  +   1036d ago
Megaman 2
Super Mario land
Super Mario 3
Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrows
Legend oz Zelda: Windwaker
black911  +   1036d ago
Zombies ate my Neigbors

God Of War

Heavy Rain
urwifeminder  +   1036d ago
Battlestations pacific eidos is king never have played a game like it.
TheMutator  +   1036d ago
Super Mario 3
Super Metroid
Blaster Master
Mega Man 2
Skies of Arcadia
DA_SHREDDER  +   1036d ago
best list on here dude, though mario 3 was good, Mario 64 and Galaxies were amazing.
kingPoS  +   1035d ago
Super Mario World: Easy to play hard to master.

Castlevania Symphony of the Night: The awesome feeling of becoming an overpowered bastard towards the end. lol (still don't have the duplicator >_>)
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