Although I'd like to say my answer was like TheRoyalFamily and that I did, indeed, replay a game immediately after finishing it I can't say with 100% conviction that I did and which games.
I can at least say what are my reasons to replay a game though.... which come to think about it might be universal. But who knows, maybe they aren't and maybe there are people with different motivations out there!
Anyway, this is what usually motivates me to play a game again from the start, after finishing it:
Another month that at the same time felt long and too short at the same time. I guess in this case it is because I finally sorted some real life things I have been putting off for a long time and because I didn't play all the games I wanted to (isn't that always the case?) due to tiredness and overall terrible mood.
This month should be pretty busy in terms of game releases so maybe this pattern will change. For now this is what I've been playing:
Stellaris is one of those games I kept wanting to give a try but wasn't sure if I would enjoy it. The reason for that is because it is developed by the same Paradox, the same company responsible for Crusader Kings 2. Now I love Crusader Kings 2 but that game has a very steep learning curve right from the start. My fear was that Stellaris would be the same and for a game like that I just need to be in the right mindset.
Since Steam had a free weekend for Stellaris I decided that this would be the time to find out if it was a game I wanted to play or not. After playing it through most of the weekend I can safely say: yes, I love the game. And yes, I bought it and all the DLCs. 🙂