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July 19th, 2010, 22:01
I think that the idea of replayability has many, very different meanings. For some people, it's going to be the thrill of the tactics (can I do better fighting a particular battle), for others, it's the opportunity to see new content in a familiar game (good path vs evil path as an example), or for some, it's just wanting to experience the same thing again.

I've played through the BG games 5 or 6 times in total. Each time, I set out to play a little different (even tried evil one time but it didn't work out), yet I end up making the same choices because I've emotionally invested myself in those choices the first time. In the end, I find that I don't want to experience something different, I want to experience the same thing again.

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