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31-12-2012, 05:32 AM #41
31-12-2012, 05:50 AM #42
The most time I spent on a game is Pokemon. I thought it would be others like Fallout but it's mostly 60 hours, maximum. Only pokemon had me playing about 250+ hours
31-12-2012, 03:24 PM #43
The triple-digit ones are as follows --
M&B: Warband (162)
Far Cry 2 (120)
King's Bounty (106)
But I spend a lot of time in Offline Mode, so in reality other games might have gotten more playtime.
Also...I think a lot of that King's Bounty time was actually spent alt-tabbed out of it (and some of the Warband as well). I wonder if Steam continues to tally up playtime while you're alt-tabbed...I think it does. SKEWED REZULTZSupport for my all-pepperjack-cheese food bank charity drive has been lukewarm at best.
31-12-2012, 04:59 PM #44
31-12-2012, 05:15 PM #45
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I imagine FTL is rather off. Great game while doing something else or playing another game.
31-12-2012, 05:24 PM #46
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So where are all the DOTA guys? ;)
DOTA 2 - 327
Terraria - 48
GTA IV -30
Fallout New Vegas - 30
As you can see DOTA 2 is by far my highest, that game is honestly like crack not that I've ever tried crack but I can imagine it being quite addictive.
31-12-2012, 05:48 PM #47
Dota 2 - 310 hours
Europa Universalis 3 - 674 hours, not including time on mods.
Dungeons of Dredmor - 103 hours
Terraria - 72 hours
Supreme Ruler 2020 - 88 hours
Saints Row the Third - 49 hours
Payday - 59 hours
Those are the major ones.Steampowered. Origin: Simmura
31-12-2012, 06:06 PM #48
WoW: /played = 1 year+
GW2: /played = 586 hrs
Rift: Steam sez 482 hrs
WAR: Presumably lots
AoC: Presumably lots
SimCity 4: 285 hrs + eons spent prior to Steam
Tropico 3+4: 26+120 hrs = 146 hrs
FONV: 326 hrs
Skyrim: 175 hrs
Civ 4: 80 hrs on Steam, lots prior to Steam
Civ 5: 176 hrs
CoH+OF+ToV: 4+37+172 = 213 hrs
DAO+DA2: 168+61 = 229 hrs
ME1+ME2+ME3: 109+223+90 = 422 hrs
SR2+SR3: 59+148 = 207 hrs
GTA4+EfLC: 134+26 = 160 hrs
ETW: 103 hrs spent having Indian elephants invade Britain
31-12-2012, 07:28 PM #49
The thread that makes my gaming addiction seem less severe.
31-12-2012, 07:34 PM #50
31-12-2012, 09:01 PM #51
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- Oct 2011
When Xfire was new always thought to just have it running to track game hours played. Does not work if you forget to run it all the time.
Order of most likely most played by types:
MMOs (WoW > DAoC > Everquest > random other MMOs to try)
Hard to say where I have spent the most time. RTS has been consistent, starting with Red Alert. FPS has been up and down. (BF 1942, CS beta 3, UT, Tribes on 56k modem) to where now its NS2 mostly and some BF3. Lately it has been hundreds of hours into Natural Selection 2, MWO, LoL.
Randomized single player
4X games leading the charge. Civ series, MOO, Ascendancy, SOTS etc. Have not played SimCity since SC2k. Some Tropico. Rise of Nations always kept coming back to due to the campaign style.
One genre I tend to actually finish the campaigns. RTSs seems to be able to keep me engaged and interested. I love RPGs but I have a bad habit of finishing them, putting 10-20s into them before I move on.
Turn Based Strategy, Strategic
Heroes of Might & Magic series has taken triple digits. Kings Bounty 50+. Advance Wars series on GameBoy. Hearts of Iron 2 I binged at for a couple months, leading the Brazilian invasion of Spain and Japanese expansion. Ogre Battle played over and over, never completing it.
Might & Magic is up there to, sadly have not completed any of the 9 yet.
31-12-2012, 09:43 PM #52
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I'm not with my PC so can't check steam. I can tell you that my time in Eve easily exceeded 365 days though!
Half of that was afk though. :p
31-12-2012, 11:32 PM #53
I played ME1 twice.
Then I played ME1 again because ME2 came out.
Then I played ME2 twice.
Then I played a ME2 NG+ as Infiltrator.
Then ME2's DLC came out so I did another ME2 playthrough.
Then ME3 came out so I did all the MEs in order.
Then I sat down because ME3 was emotional.
Then I played a ME3 NG+ and settled in for some ME3 MP.
This is all, of course, over the course of five years. So that's four playthroughs of ME1, five of ME2 and some dicking around, and two of ME3. I might pick up ME3 again when the next DLC comes out, and then I'll set them all down more or less forever.
01-01-2013, 01:02 AM #54
My ~2000 hours of Morrowind (with expansions and an ever-shifting parade of mods) are undoubtedly the winner for me, though the ~1000 hours in Guild Wars 1 is definitely a solid second place. Of course, that second total is buoyed somewhat by afking for 24 hours at a stretch during certain holiday events.
Follow that with ~400 hours in AI War, Sword of the Stars, and Europa Universalis 2.
Great games are worth putting a lot of time into. Of course, this is also why I have a backlog a mile high, but then what's the point of sampling a lot of games if not to find the ones that are worth spending 100 hours with?
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01-01-2013, 02:38 AM #55
Current Steam top 10 most played:
TF2: 465.9 hrs
FM12: 357.3 hrs
FM11: 298.0 hrs
Dungeons of Dredmor: 155.3 hrs (still only seen Dred on the easy setting)
Terraria: 96.6 hrs (not all my own hours as the kids played this for a while. I'm still poo at it though)
Psychonauts : 49.7 hrs (completed)
The Binding of Isaac : 45.9 hrs (killed Mom only once!)
Left 4 Dead : 42.6 hrs
Just Cause 2: 39.6 hrs
The Witcher: 38.4 hrs (Still on first playthrough)
Before Steam (at least before I had Steam) I sank most my hours into Guild Wars, UT2004 and the version of footy/champ manager that I had at the time.
01-01-2013, 05:25 PM #56
01-01-2013, 05:53 PM #57
Skyrim 233 hs
The Binding of Isaac 155
The Witcher 2 64
LA NOIRE 55
The Witcher 54
Plant Vs Zombies 49
Alpha Protocol 45
01-01-2013, 05:56 PM #58
People quoting Steam numbers are aware that:
1) Prior to a few years ago, Steam didn't track accumulated time, so any figure you're giving is play time only from late 2009 onward. If you're anything like me, that means some games you played to death don't show as played at all, and others show dramatically lower play times than they should.
2) Steam hour tracking is notoriously twitchy and often wrong, above and beyond point 1.
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01-01-2013, 06:08 PM #59
NBA 2k10: 303hrs.
Dragon Age Origins: 180 hrs. (this I still doubt)
Oblivion: 119 hrs.
NBA 2k13: 114 hrs.
Skyrim: 99 hrs.
Terraria: 81 hrs.
Not on Steam:
Guild Wars 1: >3500 hrs.
Guild Wars 2: 168 hrs.
Minecraft: I have no Idea, but probably something around 200 hrs.
I'm pretty sure at the same time next year I'll have to include Super Hexagoin somewhere in this list as I already logged over 15 hours into it and I don't see me abandoning this game anytime soon.
01-01-2013, 06:17 PM #60
There were cases of people reporting exceedingly short times (Portal 2?), but on average I suppose they are balanced by those forgetting (or purposefully leaving) games/launchers running in the background.