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[–] shadytony222 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Probably quite the generic answer i'm about to give, but I'd say skyrim, i'm 55 hours in and I could restart right now and still find new things to do.

My second choice would be Civ 5 (with all the dlc).

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[–] Oveass 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

My answer has the same pattern. Fallout 3 & NV, I've played over 800hrs of those two put together. I play an original run, then wait 2yrs for all the mods & DLC, mod the game to my liking randomize my starting point and rediscover everything because it's now over twice as big as before. In total I think I played them for 4 times each.

I'm also going for Sid Meier's Pirates! on PSP. Games are short, usually less than 5hrs to complete. Because there's many variables that can change and you can approach the game different ways (armada, single strong ship, trading, robbing, politics) and easter eggs do not pop up in every timeline it's always great fun.

Honorable mentions to chess, pokemon and DOW Soulstorm Apocalypse Multiplayer

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[–] rockyTron 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I'd agree, though I'd rope in all 3 of the modern Elder Scrolls games. And Oblivion and Skyrim with mods that give you better character customization (like Requiem, SkyRe, or PerkMa). Though even in vanilla Skyrim I always set out a character path and stick to it rather than the jack of all trades max all skills route (like everyone does on their first playthrough!). Get immersed in the character and roleplay to an extent and the game can be played over and over again so many times and so many different ways.

Those games and Civ V are my go to replayable games, so yeah, in total agreement here.

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[–] TheFatKing25 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Especially skyrim with mods, that's unbelievable how much a community can change a game, but stuff like frost fall, or requiem, adding proper lighting, it makes it brand new, I have more than 200 hours in skyrim. And if it wasn't for elite dangerous, which I can never finish, I'd probably still be playing it non stop

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[–] rjgaffney 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I wouldn't say Skyrim has much replayability. It's very shallow, the character creation doesn't do much (other than cosmetically) and any character you roll can end up being identical and doing identical things to any other character, especially since all the quest lines are linear. It has a lot of content, but the content doesn't vary which, for me, is a major factor in replayability.

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[–] TheFatKing25 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Playing the game as just a random citizen of skyrim makes the game loads more fun, especially when you add some mods to it, the game can be played for years to come, it all about how invested you are in immersing yourself with the character you play being you.

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[–] Tykaris 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Minecraft. It's completly up to you what you do in each particular world. Playing since beta and haven't really been bored so far. And the sky is actually the limit. :)

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[–] Dr_Somehow 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

My gaming habits massively changed when I started using mods. It started with a minimap, and TooManyItems so that I wouldn't need to reference the wiki for recipes. Then I found some post-apoc world gen mod and uranium stuff. From there I spiraled into Tekkit, then Feed The Beast, and now I can't play vanilla at all, but with the vast variety of mods/modpacks out there, I'm never at a shortage for a new experience.

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[–] Tykaris 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I play with mods occasionaly and enjoyed it but still vanilla still has its charm. (And it tends to run smoother overall, especially on multiplayer. :)

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[–] HamPlanetDestroyer 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

GTA 4. I put over 500 hours on the PC version. GTAV is already at 150ish. Any open world games get me.

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[–] ffs 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Same for me with San Andreas. Just such a great world to dick around in. Until GTA V came out for PC, I still played a bit of San Andreas every week since 2005.

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[–] SecularPenguinist 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Solitaire

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[–] MalazanBubba 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

The end of shampoo bottle reading....

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[–] ddd 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

roller coaster tycoon

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[–] wagesj45 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Super Smash Brothers. Personally I like Wii U version. There are so many characters to learn, there are so many items and stages to learn, and there are so many customizations all of these that you could play this game forever.

Yes, I know you can say that about almost all multiplayer centric games, but I find that this game just doesn't get old. It has an amazing staying power.

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[–] mashimaroG4 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Mario Kart (or other racers). You play a relatively short track (3-8 minutes), and then you replay it again and again to gain speed/ learn shortcuts/ etc. The replaying is the whole game!

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