Rob presents his list of games you just have to go back and play twice, featuring Dark Souls, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy VIII, Dishonored and The Last Of Us.
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Every main line Final Fantasy game except for 11 didn't have internet at the time so didn't get it . Oh and ff8 I haven't tried it yet but there are videos on speed runs that only take about 40-50 hours . But from what I can tell you'll miss a lot of the game doing them .
First time comment to Rob... Love the show you guys are Runtastic! One of my favorite game series and my favorite game in general is Jak 3. I played it so many times to completion that I've lost track of the number. I started playing this before I was a father now my daughter is 9 and I'm playing it again right now. Also very sorry I couldn't make anything funny to say in this comment. Also let's not forget other games from Naughty Dog that you can easily go back and play again and again and again, Ratchet & Clank I'm looking at you
Both dishonored games I've beat both 4 or 5 times each (on low chaos stealth,even though I always kill Campbell in chapter 7 and the torturer everytime because low chaos for life) and they're the only games I've beat multiple times
I've played through Legend of Dragoon 5 times. Once on PS1, twice on PS2, and twice on PS3 after buying it from the network store (4 disc game for $6, how could you not). Absolute favorite game hands down
Far cry 3 & 4, infamous 1 & 2, red dead redemption then undead nightmare & I'm not even a zombie game fan but let's b honest, it'd red dead. Just cause 2 just to cause more destruction again. Sleeping dogs altho I didn't finish, I just had it on 2 ps3 then 4. I'm sure I'm missing a few.
I love playing Castlevania, Mirror of Fate. The sound track, the visuals, the combat... It's beautiful. I must have played it through a dozen times already, not including replaying the big boss fights against Dracula.
Another way you can play Mass Effect is deciding what to do say, whether it is Paragon, Renegade or neutral; by what you think is right, right for the character or right for the characterisation you are playing.
I think game I have played through the campaign the most times might be Jedi Academy. KotOR is also a possibility.
Played through multiple times you say? Borderlands 1 and 2 (4 and 3 times respectively), Kingdoms of Amular x2, Star Wars: Jedi Knight Academy (6+?) KOTOR 1 & 2 (6 for both), Mass Effect 1 x3, Mass Effect 2 x2, Okami x2, Senua's Sacrifice x2, Mark of the Ninja x3, Takken 3-7...too many times?, Soul Calibur 3...Same as Tekken. Probably more I don't remember. Also, I realize not all of these games are on Playstation consoles... but that wasn't a stipulation (Most of the games listed were played on PC)
I love re-playing my favourite games. For example Batman Arkham Asylum and City, Uncharted 2 and 3, infamous 1 and 2, Burnout Paradise, AC1 and some others. Because I have to play them in every difficulty (and get 100% in each), in different languages, for different game styles and also in 3D!
It's just great!
The Last of Us is one of my favorite games of all time! I absolutely love it! But I only played it like a handful of times. What I do is, I'll play it and I'll go a good 6 to 12 months, maybe longer, and I'll probably go back to it. I wait that long because I want it to feel fresh when I replay it. It won't feel new, obviously but that way, I won't get sick of it by playing it again so soon. I don't know if I would get sick of it but I want it to feel fresh each time. When I do replay it, I'll play on Normal because I want to enjoy it, and not hate myself by playing it on Grounded. I don't know if I'll ever play it on grounded.
highly agree with ff8..it just has that fun gameplay and so much to uncover and do.. like the card game and all the GF's to draw or go out of ur way to get... o good times...heres to hoping for a remaster/remake
Skyrim with so many different character settings. The Imperial merchant, the Nord stormcloak, the Redguard warrior, the Orc barbarian, the Breton witch, the High Elf necromancer, the Dark Elf Conjurer, the Argonian Alchemist and Assassin, the Khajiit thief and the Wood Elf archer.
Still playing it though xD
TLoU actually has NG+ also but its annoying say you play on normal you cant play NG+ on grounded or any diff difficulty your locked to the difficulty of the first playthrough unlike something like the witcher 3 where I played on normal and then NG+ on DM cause I was a beast by then lol. Only a few games ive played more then once: FF9 (x2), FF10 (x2), Mass effect 1 (x3), Skyrim (x3), TLoU (x2), and Witcher 3 (x3) oh and Borderlands 2 (x4).
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