I mean just because guys have a 4 inch-
haha JOKES (see you thought I was going to talk about penises but NOPE)(this is called a misleading headline you see)
now serious topic (well not that serious because it's about video games but)
both really the same game, I know, but still
It took me 10 hours or so to get through BD I think. I loved it, it was incredible and amazing and funny and sad and what not, but I played it, said YEP and sold it to gamestop to buy something I completely forget now (it might've been tales of the abyss for ps2) anyway, I can still mostly remember the game at least. It's no Nier which I can still basically remember the most detailed descriptions of the plot to this very day and it is still my favorite game of all time. but BD was only like 10 hours, and there were parts of that game that were mad boring or not great (sewer level in particular)
Crusader Kings 2, on the other hand, I still play regularly. I have 192 hours of it according to steam, and that is kind of a lot for a game released this year. It's amazing in a completely different way, though; I love it, but I don't love it because it's revolutionary like I think BD was, just that I think it's a really good game, and it's gotten plenty of laughs out of me this year too because it's fuckin random as shit. It also has it's problems (why can I only do absolute cognatic with the Basque culture this is bullshit)
so it's like, yeah. Binary Domain was definitely more impactful to me, but does that mean it's better than CK2? I don't know and I don't think you can tell me how i feel so this is a terrible question anyway. I was just wondering what y'all think of my predicament, and whether a game's length really matters to you in terms of whether it should have an impact on your favorite games of the year.