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#1 Posted by CaptainObvious (2998 posts) -

The title says it all. I need some long games and I want you to help me choose them. Preferably on PC and longer than 15 hours.

#2 Posted by ElegantRuby (516 posts) -

Dragon Age...

#3 Posted by Jadeskye (4367 posts) -

Dragon age: origins took me well over 30 hours to finish. Mass effect 2 is a good 15 hours if you take it all in.

#4 Posted by Subject2Change (2966 posts) -

World of Warcraft

#5 Posted by SuperfluousMoniker (2908 posts) -

Civilization III or IV, I've poured countless hours into them, and will again when V comes out.

#6 Posted by BergDK (270 posts) -

An MMO :D

#7 Edited by Mikemcn (6988 posts) -
Fallout 3
 

@jadeskye said:

" Dragon age: origins took me well over 30 hours to finish. Mass effect 2 is a good 15 hours if you take it all in. "


First playthrough was 45 hours, taking it all in, your crazy. 15 hours would only work if you had a guide the entire time to show you where to go, even just doing the storyline would be a serious challenge in 15 hours.
#8 Posted by thatguy42 (86 posts) -

Pokemon, gotta catch 'em all

#9 Posted by rathantoras (192 posts) -

Oblivion, fallout (any of the 3), the witcher, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games, KOTOR, X3, Dawn of war 2.

#10 Posted by Bombs_Away (1010 posts) -

I'm on a bit of a Zelda marathon at the moment. Playing them on the PC with emulators, I know naughty boy!

#11 Posted by Apathylad (3066 posts) -

*Looks at topic title. Bayonetta has a long a- oh...that's not what you meant, was it?

#12 Posted by ZeForgotten (10397 posts) -

If 30 hours is long then you should really get Dragon Age.  
If that's not long enough then get the expansion stuff. 
 
If that still isn't enough there's a ton of different games out there that takes 200+ hours to complete 100%

#13 Posted by demontium (4709 posts) -
@CaptainObvious:  
 
Wii: 
Super Mario Galaxy 2 
 
PC: 
Dragon Age Origins
#14 Posted by Cirdain (3089 posts) -
#15 Posted by Jayzilla (2562 posts) -

You can get about 6-8 hours of playtime out of Dragon Age just buy doing the Origin stories for each class. I played every single thing I could find on one character and still missed stuff and had a 50 hour game. It was also totally worth going back throught he game. Too bad you missed the Dragon Age sale on Steam yesterday. I would say Oblivion, but a ton of that game's playthrough time is just wandering around aimlessly and all of the dungeons and ruins look exactly the same. Mass Effect 2 is really long and has replay value. You could get the Witcher, but that game can play a little too buggy for my tastes. 

#16 Posted by Dantekiller (206 posts) -

sir bakes alot king or the night or rain its not a game but should be >>>>fallout any

#17 Posted by HitmanAgent47 (8576 posts) -

Oblivion deluxe or game of the year edition.

#18 Posted by august (3846 posts) -

Disciples II

#19 Posted by ChernobylCow (238 posts) -
#20 Posted by CaptainObvious (2998 posts) -

Thanks guys, I'll definitely check them out.

#21 Posted by Chris2KLee (2336 posts) -
@ChernobylCow said:
" Check out my blog posts about modding up:
Baldur's Gate
&
Baldur's Gate II  This will give you many, many hours of gameplay.  Or just play them vanilla! "
These be some LONG ASS games. Talking hundreds of hours here. Be warned, if you do get into these, it can adversely effect your health. They are life stealers! GAH , must not reinstall BG2! NOOOOOOO!!!!
 
Also anything else from Bioware or Bethesda Studios is highly recommended. Civ 4 is a great one too, and I've recently started Sins of a Solar Empire which looks very time wasting.
#22 Posted by Belonpopo (1823 posts) -
@CaptainObvious:  PERSONA 4
#23 Posted by RobotHamster (4171 posts) -

Deadly Premonition.

#24 Posted by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

Sorry for the lack of originality but I've put well over 100 hours into Fallout 3. 
 
Just Cause 2 has loads to do if you're insane enough to try and go for 100%.  

I've probably sunk hundreds of hours into Roller Coaster Tycoon over the years. The first two that is. Avoid 3.

#25 Posted by ectoplasma (979 posts) -

I would go with Just Cause 2 or King's Bounty. Took me 60 hours to finish that game.

#26 Posted by JJOR64 (18995 posts) -

How about Titan Quest Gold?

#27 Posted by Jadeskye (4367 posts) -
@Mikemcn said:
" Fallout 3
 

@jadeskye said:

" Dragon age: origins took me well over 30 hours to finish. Mass effect 2 is a good 15 hours if you take it all in. "

First playthrough was 45 hours, taking it all in, your crazy. 15 hours would only work if you had a guide the entire time to show you where to go, even just doing the storyline would be a serious challenge in 15 hours. "
thats a fair point, i can't fully remember my first playthrough of ME2 but i know it was close to the 30 hour mark. incidently i've spent about 110 hours in DA:O by now :p
#28 Posted by TheGreatGuero (9130 posts) -

Definitely Fallout 3.

#29 Posted by Tuggah (1072 posts) -
#30 Posted by MooseyMcMan (11047 posts) -

Red Dead Redemption can take a good while if you want to do everything. I put close to 50 hours into it.

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#31 Edited by Mattalorian (594 posts) -

Dragon Age: Origins and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. are the first games that come to mind.

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#32 Posted by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -
@Tuggah said:
" no one saying a super short game yet? Modern Warfare 2. "
Ah, but that has a multiplayer component. And special ops. 
 
So I will say Portal.
#33 Posted by Centimani (550 posts) -

I came in here to drop some 100 hour games, but I guess thats a bit too much. Also they were mostly console.

#34 Posted by jonnyboy (2920 posts) -

The Orange Box.

#35 Posted by clubsandwich (3795 posts) -

Final Fantasy XIII

#36 Posted by CaptainObvious (2998 posts) -
@Centimani said:
" I came in here to drop some 100 hour games, but I guess thats a bit too much. Also they were mostly console. "
Fire away, I also have an DS and Xbox 360.
#37 Posted by CaptainTightPants (2834 posts) -

This might be a weird one but Dead Space, i am not even done with the game yet but i know i am going to go through it again. 
And I 1+ Fallout 3,  i spent hours Loading the same save file to go through an Encounter in different ways.

#38 Posted by Jimbo (9815 posts) -

#39 Posted by FakePlasticTree (449 posts) -

Oblivion and Fallout 3. 

#40 Edited by DoctorWelch (2774 posts) -

If you want a time sink and never played WoW, here is your chance. I have days and days and days played with that game and I havent even played since like 2007. I had two lvl 70s and a bunch of lvl 20s. I can say for a fact that the game isnt the amazing thing it once was because of how much they have cheapened the leveling process and how there arent too many new players for you to hook up with along the way, but WoW is one of those games that you just have to play.

#41 Posted by Centimani (550 posts) -
@CaptainObvious said:
" @Centimani said:
" I came in here to drop some 100 hour games, but I guess thats a bit too much. Also they were mostly console. "
Fire away, I also have an DS and Xbox 360. "
Oblivion has probably been mentioned, but I liked Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey , Lost Odyssey definitely being the better of the two, the Persona games are a pretty good time sink, P3 is very solid if you have already seen the P4 endurance run. 
#42 Posted by MiniPato (2741 posts) -

If you have a PS2, Dragon Quest 8.

#43 Posted by Arkthemaniac (6535 posts) -

Street Fighter 4.
 
Cammy's got a pretty long ass.

#44 Edited by Icemael (6321 posts) -

Fallout 3 (10-200 hours), Tales of Vesperia (50-60 hours), Mass Effect 2 (30-40 hours), The World Ends With You (20-40 hours), Pokemon Diamond/Pearl and HeartGold/SoulSilver (30-∞ hours).

#45 Posted by nukesniper (1312 posts) -

Oblivion, Morrowind (if you can handle it, it is obviously dated), Dragon Age, Mass Effect. 
 
Random other games that aren't RPGs: Saints Row 2 and Burnout Paradise (can't speak for the PC version there though) I have invested over 120 hours into each of these two games. If they seem to be your cup of tea, go for it.

#46 Posted by JJWeatherman (14558 posts) -
@jadeskye said:
" Dragon age: origins took me well over 30 hours to finish. Mass effect 2 is a good 15 hours if you take it all in. "
Wow, you finish games fast.
#47 Posted by Organicalistic_ (2954 posts) -
@Bombs_Away: zelda games are kinda quick
#48 Edited by Organicalistic_ (2954 posts) -
@MiniPato said:

" If you have a PS2, Dragon Quest 8. "

YES, I LOVE YOU, only dragon quest game i like one of my favorite games
#49 Posted by Rhaknar (5939 posts) -

dragon age, mass effect 2, fallout 3
 
on consoles red dead redemption and any jrpg really

#50 Posted by GJSmitty (651 posts) -

Mass Effect 2 or Dragon Age 
 
or if you want a really long game and maybe not a very enjoyable experiance, Final Fantasy 13.