And because nowhere near all the songs are available right off the bat (you have to unlock them by achieving certain milestones), Lumines II offers a heck of a lot of replay value.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted U: The visual quality in this arcade-style racing game have been improved over its predecessors, and the wealth of content available adds a great deal to the replay value.
Things like busting a number of balloons and jumping off a ramp the farthest offer good replay value because you're always trying to do better than the top score.
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Replay value is moderate, and comes mostly from choosing different difficulty levels or attempting to secure all of the hidden characters scattered throughout the various stages.
Each character has his or her own unique fighting style and storyline, so the replay value is definitely there, but you essentially have to do the same things for each person.
Replay value for the game is excellent, because as you play through the game, you unlock a ridiculously harder version of the game you just struggled through the first time.
Medal Events are exclusive to racing and slopestyle competitions, but Shred Challenges include everything from grinding rails to knocking down tourists and you can replay them all to earn more cash.
The replay value has also been given some attention too as you can now access and collect new original artwork through comic books littered throughout the game or unlock characters like Iron Man and Professor Xavier.
The beauty of the Internet is that you have several choices, some of which are available in video form, so that you can pause, rewind and replay as many times as needed if visual instructions help you best.