Yeah, most of them though do give you reasons to replay multiple times (at least for me). EG, in Sly Cooper after you beat the game, you then get to listen to a director's commentary while you're playing through game a second time (actually a third time, as you have to beat Time Trials first). Or in Ratchet and Clank, a new aresonal of weapons open up after you beat the game, and there are new areas to explore. And I always have to go back and get all the skill points and all the hidden things. I'm playing Jak and Daxter now. I usually buy the games used, so cost isn't too bad, unless a game is so good that I have to have it right away (eg, Prince of Persia). And I almost always rent or download a game or game demo to check it out and see if I like it first before buying it.