Last time I checked was 102 hours.
Last time I checked was 102 hours.
Holy, wow. 80 hours 32 minutes. And that isn't counting times I've played and died and had to reload. AND it isn't counting my first full playthrough of the game, which had to at least have been around 40 hours. But that's nothing compared to how many hours I've sunk into Pokemon. We're talking over 100 hours in each of the more recent games. Almost 200 in Diamond.
When I first tried playing it last year I was completely uninterested, wasn't ready to put the time in and had so many other games I wanted to play over the holidays. What with nothing really coming out over the last few months I decided to give it another try and I am currently at 65+ hours with 2 DLC packs remaining. Pure love for this game, recommend anyone who tried it before and couldn't get in to it gives it another chance.
I have 3 characters, all up to level 20. So I'd say somewhere in the 110+ vicinity. Of course, I haven't gotten any of the DLC yet. When I do, it'll go up to 150+, easily. The same thing happened with Oblivion. I had 100 hours and added another 120 after getting the DLC.
Right around 100, but about 20 of that is me idling. My laptop is always within reach so I might be playing and then i'll look at something online, get side tracked and like 3 hours later I remember that my 360 is on.
I love leveling my characters in RPGs. I hope they release more DLC to raise the level cap to like 50 and make it really hard to gain new levels. I quit playing the game for about 6 months when I hit level 20. I purchased the Broken Steel DLC last week and i'm on the cusp of level 28 right now and i've only done like two DLC missions. If I hit 30 i'm calling it a wrap. No XP = No play for me.
So after buying Fallout 3 for a second time a few days ago, I've now reached 70 hours, meaning I put about 25 hours into it the last 3 days. It freezes occasionally when I go into VATS now, so I think I may be done with it now. I've explored everything on the map a part from one or two stations left, so I don't think I've got much more to do anyway, if anything. I haven't downloaded the DLC as I've been playing the PS3 version, I'm waiting for the GOTY edition and will start playing it again then probably.
" Some 70-80 h with my one guy, still doing some original side quests before doing the dlc's which I've bought. "Why did you buy the DLC if your not going to play it right away? Pretty silly decision if you ask me because there was a price drop on OA for gold members a week or so ago and there could be more price drops to come.
I've played the 360 version for over 150 hours now (this includes two play throughs and all the DLCs) and the PC version for about 60 hours. And the only reason I haven't played as much on the PC versus the 360 is because the PC version tends to crash a lot, which can make long gaming sessions difficult.
At least 50 hours with two characters on PC. I played through it twice, and both times I forgot to backup my saved games.
I quit after the second time because of a game breaking bug in Broken Steel where it wouldn't allow me to beat the game. Frustrated the hell out of me, I haven't tried playing through again and I probably won't until the GOTY version is released in October.
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