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Thread: What game do you play the most?
27-08-2011, 05:40 PM #21
Thank you very much for the answer! I really feel I should've been less stingy with this game, because everything you described appeals to me a lot, and I simply couldn't see it at the time. I think the fact that I played it during the free week-end especially played a part there, as with it there comes this influx of people playing the game for the first time, which provides an erratic kind of fun, but when that wears off (and it does very quickly), it's almost impossible to witness the real community at its best.
27-08-2011, 05:41 PM #22
27-08-2011, 05:43 PM #23
According to Steam, my top non-MMO games are, in descending order:
Mass Effect 2 - 221 hours
Company of Heroes - 146 hours
Civilization V - 133 hours
Fallout: New Vegas - 117 hours
Mass Effect - 109 hours
Dragon Age: Origins - 104 hours
Empire: Total War - 103 hours
Of course, the MMOs are an order of magnitude (or more) higher. As of right now I'm seeing if I can't make Cities in Motion playable, and am still getting my DK2 kicks in.
27-08-2011, 05:44 PM #24
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27-08-2011, 07:35 PM #29
All-time record would probably belong to World of Warcraft or Counter-Strike. Mario Kart would be up there too if the various entries in the franchise can be considered as one. It's all the same game.
27-08-2011, 07:38 PM #30
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Fate: Gates of Dawn - 1000 hours.
27-08-2011, 07:43 PM #31
Singleplayer - Oblivion
Multiplayer - TF2, LoL, SC2
27-08-2011, 08:04 PM #32
27-08-2011, 08:42 PM #33
Multiplayer: That's definitely WarCraft 3 + The Frozen Throne. At first ladder and custom games (Tower Wars, etc.), then and now DotA. Don't know exactly how many ladder games it were (different accounts), but probably something like 4000. DotA also quite a few hundred games.
Singleplayer: That's more difficult. The longest in recent times should be Dragon Age: Origins with around 120 hours, and Mass Effect 2 with around 70 hours.
On another note. The Steam playtimes aren't always accurate.
27-08-2011, 09:13 PM #34
There are a few that qualify but I've actually drifted from most of them lately due to my "finish some bloody games initiative". Battlefield 2(including project reality), splinter cell chaos theory, guild wars, natural selection and company of heroes were the old standbys. Burnout paradise, splinter cell conviction and sword of the stars probably sneak in as second tier obsessions.
27-08-2011, 10:23 PM #35
Of the games I played during the last year I would say Minecraft, The Witcher (1) and The Witcher 2.
Of all the games I played? Well Guild Wars beats everything with something around 3500 hours, then there's Oblivion, Daragon Age: Origins (in hindsight, I have no Idea why I wasted so much time with it) and both Baldur's Gate titles (I tend to play through them once a year).
27-08-2011, 10:46 PM #36
Cod4 and Minecraft. Purchasing Deus Ex HR soon enough. That will bring me loads of fun.
28-08-2011, 07:16 AM #37
I can't seem to stop playing DooM 2 and that's before I get into third party maps and mods.
28-08-2011, 08:48 AM #38
Not counting MMOs, my top is hands down Batman: Arkham Asylum. I've logged some 96 hours in that game, according to Steam anyway, but adding to that the amount of time I spent on the PS3 version, and factoring in Steam's inaccurate logging, probably puts the total closer to 200 hours.
It's one of those things where I just gravitate to the combat challenges. I have played Totally Insane more times than I could possibly count, and I'm currently in the 40s on the leaderboard with something like 640,000 points. I pick it up and play it in odd moments throughout the day, and over time I just got better and better at it, and once I started charting in the top 100 that just drove me on even more.
I've been playing pretty shitty lately though, I'm starting to just get frustrated again with all the little bugs and randomness in the combat engine. Really looking forward to Arkham City, but in the meantime I've been getting my mindless melee fix from the Space Marine demo instead.
28-08-2011, 01:49 PM #39
TF2 and blood bowl, muchly with peeps from the office at the end of the day.
But most of my gaming is going through single player games, usually with a single happy play-through.
28-08-2011, 05:13 PM #40
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Including the expansion, according to Steam I have spent 64 hours of Dawn of War 2. Otherwise, Dragon Age Origins at 60 hours. Which is odd, as that game left me feeling deeply unsatisfied. I suspect I spent more time in Oblivion, perhaps 100 hours over a number of plays, but that is not on Steam.