Bitmob: Why I never replay games

Rus McLaughlin writes: Two very good reasons you should never bother to cover old ground...and the one thing that could invalidate them both.

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Julie3761d ago (Edited 3761d ago )

???? ok you never replay games ... so ... hmmm
Err ... ehhh ... nice to know i guess lol ... i do like to replay my games a lot , but i don't think anyone would/should care if i replay games or not :I

Downtown boogey3761d ago (Edited 3761d ago )



LoaMcLoa3761d ago

I assume you're swedish?

Totally off-topics, not that anyone really cares in an artictle like this

Istanbull3761d ago

Please make an article:

Why I don't care why you never replay games.

Julie3761d ago (Edited 3761d ago )

Exactly instanbull lol , and i did reply just cause i was bored sorry :3

BeOneWithTheGun3761d ago

I do agree that not opening up the hardest difficulty setting from the get go is lame. if the hard setting had new stuff then cool, I can see going through again. But, when it simply means you have less health and enemies have more...big whoop. Give me bonus levels or new enemies!

Gungnir3761d ago

I barely have enough time to play my games once, so I guess I agree.

SybaRat3761d ago

Too many games, too little time. And money. And time. Yeah.

Agent_S3761d ago

Okay...Mass Effect replay is a must cause this is an amazing franchise. This guy said " After all, it's not like I don't re-read my favorite books." Wtf? So you have time to re-read your favorite books but no time to go through your favorite game again?. I think you look at books the same way I look at games and vice versa. Once I read a book its on to the next one and they just pile up.

choadley3761d ago

Carrying a book around and reading it when you have the time is different from spending 1-3 hours straight with an RPG. Plus you can skim over the parts you found boring.

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