I am sure some people have said to themselves "Damn, that was a good game" or "Damn, that was a fun game", but knowing how to play a game and what to expect sort of kills a drive of expectation...... to me atleast.
So, if you believe you feel this way too, what games would you like to "re-experience" if you could?
Dragon Warrior 7 - Loved it to death, but a driving force was learning what each island's problem was. I at this point forgot what about 25% of the islands problems were, so I might play it again soon.
Catherine - This one was fun to learn, but once I got the hang of it, it became too easy. Starting fresh, not knowing what you are doing at first was a very fun experience, and re-experiencing Stage 6's boss and going "Wth...???" would be great again. --- Sailor Moon returns 2013! O_o
GTA III. It was the first in the current GTA style gameplay and it was just AMAZING and AWESOME to me when it first came out. I remember just playing non-stop for days on end and not really doing anything else. --- You say "greed" as though it's a bad thing...
Heavy Rain would be a good game to experience again without foreknowledge. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney was another decent story driven game worth playing again should my memory be wiped. It's fun but the first time is always the best.
Demon's Souls. Something about the atmosphere and the first time you go up against some of the huge bosses was amazing. Love Dark Souls as well, but it wasn't the same. --- "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance."-Socrates