Retread your steps and make different decisions in the most satisfying games to replay
Thanks to its wonderfully written, branching script, Disco Elysium is well worth jumping back into for a second playthrough. It's easily one of the best detective games ever made.
With dozens of ways to whack your targets, it's worth replaying each of Hitman 2's murderous sandbox levels multiple times. We could spend hours with its Miami mission alone.
The best modern action-platformer around holds countless secrets in its labyrinthine world. You'll likely miss most of them first time out, so it would be rude not to indulge in a second go around.
The 'mere' fact it's one of the greatest games of all time means The Witcher 3 is obviously worth experiencing more than once. We could play that Bloody Baron quest a dozen times over.
A glorious adventure that, in many ways, surpasses the wonder of the Jules Verne novel that inspired it. With 180 locations to visit, you'll never see the whole game in a single playthrough.
Chock full of lore, quests, and multiple dialogue paths, Larian's dense, text-heavy RPG gives you plenty of reasons to revisit. There are endless ways to end enemies, so keep experimenting.
Still our go-to RPG trilogy. The choices you make, the Shepard you create, and the plethora of optional side quests mean BioWare's sci-fi epic is one of the most replayable series ever made.
You can play the same mission in Arkane's inventive stealth game five times and easily come up with five different strategies for slipping past guards and getting to your target alone.
The ultimate replayable game. Its gigantic world is densely packed with towns and quests, along with endless playstyles to master. Skyrim is the treasure chest that keeps on giving.
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