That Game you wish you could forget just so you could play it again ?

AgDr_ODST

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Bully Scholarship Edition(for its story), Fallout 3, Half Life 2(and both of its episodes), Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, GTA: Vice City, And the Halo series(I wanna go back to pissing myself at the sight of the flood)
 

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Call of Duty 4- The whole game would be great to replay, but specifically, Ghillies in the Mist. Goddamn, that is a great level.
Bioshock- My first playthrough absolutely blew my mind. I would do anything to meet Andrew Ryan for the first time again.
Mass Effect- Getting sucked in to the universe for the first time was awesome.
Red Dead Redemption and GTA4- Experiencing the story for the first time was awesome.
There are plenty of other games, but these are the big ones.
 

kronoset

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Star Wars Battlefront 2. I also wish I could forget the existence of current-gen graphics and lag-free online as well ;)
 

darkfire613

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Portal. I know the solutions to all the puzzles by heart now, I can practically beat the game with my eyes closed.
 

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GTA: San Andreas. Doesn't stop me replaying it from time to time :)

Also Heavy Rain, subsequent playthroughs of that turn into "I'll do whatever I didn't do last time" which ruins the whole point of the game.
 

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I'd have to say Dragon Age. For the first time in years (since Morrowind) it was an RPG game that I quite literally, didn't want to put down until I'd finished it 2 or 3 times. Was playing it on a morning before going to work, was tired at work because I'd played until 1am, it was a fantastic few weeks while it was all so "new." :p
 

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I can't believe that I'm the first person to lose the Game because of this thread.

OT: Dark Cloud. I had a LOT of fun with that game. It isn't the best game ever, but I like that kind of RPG.
 

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The Darkness. For me the best part of that game is the stellar story and the way it is told. I've re-played it, but it just doesn't have the same emotional impact. It is the game I always reccommend people pick up in bargain bins or second hand for cheap. Who would have thought such a short FPS could be so touching (then again Portal).
 

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Moonmover said:
Morrowind. I wish I could replay that without knowing anything about it.
This.

Also I was going to say Zelda: OoT, but when I started reading the thread and some one said Oblivion, I realized that starting from scratch on Morrowind would be 10X better than Oblivion and OoT combined. I was just playing Morrowind the other night and it almost is like a second home because of how familiar it is. It's wonderful and disappointing because the game world is so well designed and I couldn't change a thing about it, but I almost want a new game so that I can explore it again. I don't know how many times I've traveled the roads between Balmora and Caldera, and I want it to feel new and dangerous again.
 

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Every game I enjoy which is a long list really. (Excluding Civilization and similar strategy/sim titles) But if I had to choose 5:

1. Arcanum
2. Mass Effect Series
3. Fallout series
4. Planescape Torment
5. Baulder's Gate Series

But pretty much all RPGs and adventure games I enjoy.
 

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Tales of Symphonia. The story was absolutely incredible, and I wish I could play through it again not knowing what's going to happen (I've tried... still a great game, but nowhere near as good as the first time). Beyond that, I wouldn't mind having a second first crack at Bioshock or Oblivion either.
 

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Dynasty Warriors 4, so I could once again fear the immortal being that is Lu Bu.

Also, Call of Duty 2, I want to experience the D-Day level again for the first time.

In addition to those two, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. When that certain person died in the last level I was all like "NOOOOOOOOO...!"
 

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Brutal Legend for sure. I'm on playthrough # 18 since I got it and I can still play it whenever and love it but...

I would love to go back and experience the game fresh. The soundtrack is just placed so well within the story and its just plain awesome.
 

Sehnsucht Engel

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Saints Row 2. I still play it, but since it feels like I've done everything in it, I wouldn't mind forgetting to be able to play again.