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Our project was carried out in an attempt to better understand replayability and to help develop a structured approach to game design with it in mind. Forming a basis from the game studies field, we carried out a survey, an interview and performed market research to determine opinions and reactions to replayability that can be grounded with sales information. We found that aspects such as difficulty, completion, social aspects, randomization and "The Experience" contributed to replayability and should be strongly considered within this approach. We also concluded that the while replayability is important; it is not the sole factor that should drive our structured approach. Other factors such as marketing and playability also strongly affect the sales of a video game.
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