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The Daily Five: Great Games With Zero Replay Value

"Perhaps you know what I mean: Playing a well-designed game and enjoying yourself throughout, but once you get to the end credits something terrible awaits — nothing. You’ve just finished something that you know for a fact is great, but all you want to do now is put it on a shelf forever." - Joe Garcia

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Wni01015d ago

Bioshock Infinite. Replay value is unlocking a hard mode.... Please.

CanadianTurtle1009d ago

Bioshock Infinite had excellent replay value in my opinion. Not just the added difficulty of 1999 mode, but the fact that the gameplay lets you experiment with different tactics and encourages different ways of getting through your enemies is a great element of replay value

PersonMan1015d ago

I have to agree with The Walking Dead game and The Last of Us. I actually tried re-playing the Last of Us and it just wasn't fun when I already knew everything that happens.

thatgamereviews1015d ago

I thought The Walking Dead would have great replay value due to all the choices but once I started my replay it just made my original file seem so much less personal after realizing how linear everything was and how little my choices mattered. So not only does it have low replay value, but it actually worsens your experience. The only reason I'd replay it I can think of is for humorous playthrough.

SolidGear31015d ago

The Last of Us, Vanquish and Enslaved I could play a zillion times and never get tired. The Walking Dead and L.A. Noire I agree on though.

WeAreLegion1009d ago

I will never play Enslaved again...which makes me sad. I loved that story and the world it is set in. And that ending! Brilliant.

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