On the Eighth Day of Blogmas…

Merry Blogmas!

We are back with our chorus of bloggers, singing our own version of “12 Days of Christmas.” Instead of leaping lords and turtle doves, we’ll be giving you 364 great gaming and blogging gifts. Check out our previous days, too, if you’re just joining us!

Thanks to OverthinkerY, LightningEllen, The Gaming DiariesShoot the Rookie, and Later Levels for striking the harp and joining the chorus!

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And now, without further ado…

(To the tune of “12 Days of Christmas”):

On the eighth day of Blogmas, the gamers said to me:

FIVE REPEAT GAMES!!!! (6 resolutions7 favorite posts, 8 beloved characters9 games to play, 10 reasons you’d play, 11 games you love, and don’t forget to link to gaming memories!)

Only five games that I’ve played more than once? Surely! I’ll even put how many times, just for giggles:

  1. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty – over 18 times (complete games)
    When you love a game, you love a game, right?
  2. Dragon Age: Origins – 7 times (complete games), additional 4 incomplete games
    Who here is surprised it’s not more??
    Dragon Age Origins
  3. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – 4 times (complete games), additional one time incomplete
    I loved this iteration of Hyrule. The art style, the controls, the story, the companion character
  4. Mass Effect – 3 times (complete games), additional 1 time incomplete
    Another shocker to everyone, I’m sure.

    Mass Effect
    Spoiler: the partial one is this one…
  5. Metal Gear Solid – 3 times (complete games)
    The one that got me hooked… I should really go back and revisit it one of these days…

Five games stuck on replay, as it were. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.


Do you replay games? What makes a game replayable? What is a game you have played more than once because you loved it so much? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks for stopping by, and I’ll see you soon!

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