The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 110
Fallout: New Vegas 89
The Sims 3 51
Dragon Age: Orgins 47
Empire: Total War 40
I know I played a ton of GMOD back in the day, but that was before they counted time I guess. Wonder if things would have changed much if EVERYTHING was counted.
Skyrim 149 hours and I still haven't finished the main quest or civil war quest.
Empire Total War 73 hours
then there is a massive drop off
Orcs Must Die 19 hours
Batman Arkham Asylum 18 hours
Darksiders 9 hours. I haven't even finished this yet.
I own 85 games on steam and have only played 4 of them for more than 10 hours...
Rift - 961 hours (to be fair, the game counts as open when ANYTHING from the client is running. Even an error window, which I frequently left running after the game would crash. Same thing happened with the third Penny Arcade game, which is at 24 hours.
TF2 - 699 hours
Mount & Blade: Warband - 326 hours
Garry's Mod - 305 hours
Dragon Age: Origins - 120 hours
I think space is kinda cool... I guess.
Some times on my Steam are incorrect for some reason. For example, TF2 only says 4 hours played when I had like 100+ hours on it way back before most of the updates came out. Same with Half-Life 2 and the expansion for it, which I beat all of, along with Portal. Plus I play a ton of time offline, which used to not count toward your total so I probably have 200 hours of Civ IV that I played on my Mac at the lake last summer after I quit my old job. Anywho, here's my current top 5:
Team Fortress 2: 269
Counter Strike Source: 107
Left 4 Dead 2: 82
Killing Floor: 43
I really wish steam tracked offline play time.....i went through Super Meat Boy twice offline trying to 100 percent it, but the first time i my save got deleted towards the end and i did it all over again. Damn it makes me cringe at all the hours i put into that game.
Of course, I played a significant amount of TF2 back before they were able to somewhat accurately keep track of hours played.
Wish the 4th and 5th games on the list were games I liked more!
Civilization V: 135 hours
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II: 55.1 hours (pretty sure I let this one idle for awhile. Only played through it once and it definitely didn't take 55 hours)
Borderlands: 50 hours
EVE Online: 46.8 hours
Europa Universalis 3: 43.2 hours
CS 1.6 - 293 hrs
Dungeons of Dredmor - 104 hrs
Mount & Blade: Warband - 19 hrs
Alien Swarm - 11 hrs
Red Orchestra 2 - 10 hrs
If only there was a way of seeing how many hours I've put into CS before steam started counting, and even before steam. Man, would probably be well over 1000 hours.
Hmmm.... according to the incredibly inaccurate Steam numbers:
Civ V + Gods and Kings - 632 hours.
Dragon Age: Origins - 367 hours.
Skyrim - 188 hours.
Oblivion - 61 hours.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - 59 hours.
In my defense, those Civ V and DA:O numbers are inflated by idle time/other technical anomalies.
1) Total War Shogun 2 - 354.6 Hours
2) Sid Meier's Civilization V - 149.6 Hours
3) Fallout: New Vegas - 148.0 Hours
4) Skyrim - 135.5 Hours
5) Dungeons of Dredmor - 102 Hours
*) ADOM - Many
Don't know how I feel about every game being more than 100 hours..eh
No idea. Steams being a cunt right now and it keeps locking up when I try to go to my page.
Dragon Age should really be number one as I put in close to 1000 hours with it, but most of that was with my copy that I bought physically before I got it on Steam. I only bought that a year or so later as it was on sale and came with all the DLC.
There's a huge disparity between my top five, but here they are:
Empire: Total War - 162 hours
Civilization 5 - 96 hours
Medieval II: Total War - 7 hours
X3: Terran Conflict - 5 hours
Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms - 4 hours
As you can see I really like Total War games.
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