How many games do you have on your steam list?

#151 Posted by HammondofTexas (1041 posts) -

251. And all of them are installed on my secondary HDD. Takes up about ~1.3TB on a 2TB drive.

#152 Posted by Salarn (469 posts) -

About a thousand

#153 Edited by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

#155 Posted by Amafi (997 posts) -

@animedragon8711: I really like that you need more points to unlock DOTA 2 on that site than you do to unlock terraria. Seems legit.

#156 Edited by Broomhitches (169 posts) -

145, mostly thanks to the Humble Bundle.

#157 Edited by Heycalvero (134 posts) -

69. I'd say 80% were calculated buys, pretty much exclusively on steam sales. The other 20 would be full-price buys and Bundle leftovers.

Relevant to say that my only computer is a Macbook, because otherwise Steam would have a lot more of my money.

#158 Edited by indieslaw (397 posts) -

395, 208 of which are available for Mac (big selection!) My profile and library tabs seem to agree with each other.

#159 Posted by The_Hiro_Abides (1274 posts) -

313. Humble bundle sales doubled my list within the last year.

#160 Edited by kimplix (1 posts) -

What I currently own now through May

#161 Edited by Nodima (1361 posts) -

11, five of which could be consolidated into two games making for a real number of 8, but then Ace Patrol, Railroads, Dota 2 and Half Life 2 can't run on my iMac and Civ V BARELY runs once other Civs come into the picture. So in my mind I really only have two games in my Steam list, Civ IV and Civ V.

Civilizations V Gods and Kings

Sid Meier's Civilization V

Sid Meiers Railroads

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol

Sid Meier's Civilization III: Complete Retail

Dota 2 - Hardware Survey

Half-Life 2

Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Warlords

Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword

Sid Meier's Civilization IV

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#163 Posted by AdamBomb (65 posts) -

A Wonderful 101. 4 Installed on my Mac side, 8 on my windows XP partition. I should update that partition.

#164 Edited by Budwyzer (681 posts) -

298 in my Library.

Thanks to:

  • Humble Bundle - For good packs of slightly older games
  • Bundle Stars - For packs of much older games
  • Greenmangaming - For giving credit on their site for new games (got $13 GMG credit for South Park along with 20% coupon)
  • and of course STEAM - for hosting it all

#165 Posted by Snickersnee (19 posts) -

356... no shame

#166 Posted by MulderYuffie (8 posts) -


hoping to reach 2,000 by the end of the summer sale.

#167 Edited by Clonedzero (4196 posts) -

20, not including expansions or separate executables for multiplayer and what not.

#168 Posted by Ezekiel (606 posts) -

@ezekiel said:

5. I paid for one of them. Not online, though. Next will probably be Dark Souls II and RE4.

Three months later I have 42. Still haven't bought Dark Souls II.

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#172 Posted by Mortuss_Zero (517 posts) -

75, probably 80 once the dust settles on the last day of the steam sale. Apparently I'm not as bad as I thought compared to my GB peers.

#173 Edited by DarthOrange (3932 posts) -
#175 Posted by Kr7stof (73 posts) -

85 games. Not a huge amount like some here :)

#176 Posted by CrazyBagMan (865 posts) -


#177 Posted by Schmollian (284 posts) -


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#179 Posted by DJJoeJoe (1340 posts) -

In my life I've played roughly ~700 video games, about ~400 of those have been on a computer and just a little less than that are all tied to my Steam account (steam says 377). :)

#180 Posted by JesterArbo (80 posts) -

84 for myself. Have evaluated my buying habits in the past year and am alot better at not buying things during sales unless I intend to play them right away. Too many games I will never play.

#181 Posted by LaszloKovacs (1255 posts) -

241, 48 installed. Wolfenstein is my most recent.

#182 Posted by DonutFever (3590 posts) -

Wow, 100 on the dot.

#183 Edited by TheManWithNoPlan (6172 posts) -

253. Thank you very much.

#184 Posted by bobafettjm (1499 posts) -

1,368 now.

#185 Posted by Nightriff (5665 posts) -

149 Games

#186 Posted by Hamst3r (4638 posts) -

Uh, 559. Of which, I have completed around 150...


#187 Posted by Slag (5192 posts) -

@hamst3r said:

Uh, 559. Of which, I have completed around 150...


I bet that's actually a much better ratio than most people.

#188 Posted by TobbRobb (4930 posts) -

210. I have put more than 2 hours into all but 60 of them. And in some cases that's because they aren't even longer than that or I got a feel for it and didn't want to play more. Don't feel like there is much wasted money in here.

#189 Posted by Fattony12000 (7678 posts) -
#190 Posted by Dushanan (14 posts) -

374 games, and for a bonus, 346 pieces of dlc. I'm not really sure how much of this is because of humble bundles anymore, too many sales on places like Amazon or Green Man Gaming. However, I guess you gotta go big or go home. I went home because at a certain point you just gotta stop!!

#191 Posted by crithon (3474 posts) -

238 some games I still won't buy for 5 bucks

#192 Posted by Bremaine (61 posts) -

I don't have a whole lot. I have maybe around 10 or a little over 10. But I don't really play PC games too often sadly. :(

#193 Edited by Amafi (997 posts) -

Profile says 403, list says 416, but I got some software in there as well, rpg maker bundle and the like.

#194 Posted by TheManWithNoPlan (6172 posts) -

253. Thank you very much.

Happy to say that after the Steam sale that number's only risen by two (255)

#195 Posted by DT9k (141 posts) -

142 owned, 121 installed. I think I've played everything for at least long enough to decide if I liked it or not.

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