In an age where video game publishers want to keep you playing their games for as long as possible, it's fair to say that many new AAA titles attempt to force-feed the player with as much listless post-game content as possible.
With the uptick in "live service" games across the industry in recent years, completing a campaign is rarely the concrete end for a game, no matter that the end credits might've rolled.
Too often, however, developers will just lazily hurl boring collect-a-thons and repetitive side missions at the player ad nauseum and call it a day.
Yet every now and then, they will go far above and beyond what most players reasonably expect, delivering a post-game experience that isn't just richly satisfying, but is genuinely more fun and challenging than the core game itself.
Sometimes these post-game elements are substantial enough that they entirely re-contextualise the game on subsequent play-throughs. But whatever they offer the player, these games absolutely saved the best until last...