Your most played games in the last 4 years
pphair last edited by
Europa Universalis 4. I currently have 2470 hours played, according to Steam. That will only increase once Rights of Man is released.
Funny thing is that I only bought this game to tide me over till Total War: Rome 2. And now its my most played ever!
mattlandry last edited by
Diablo 3 and Witcher 3 I think are the only ones I've played over 100 hours in the past 4 years. I get burnt out on games pretty easily but these two games just got their hooks into me and kept me locked into my screen endlessly for two very different amazing reasons!
Danerous last edited by
Number one has to be Fallout 4, according to my Xbox I think I have spent more than 700 hours with that and I've just started playing with mods, which is really cool.
Number two would probably be GTA V and Online. That game is really cool, though somehow when you've played it enough every session becomes kind of the same and every police chase and stuff always ends in just shooting everything and everyone. I would really have liked to have the online car garages and insurances in the singleplayer part too, because having your own car and fixing it the way you want it and just cruising with it is just the best.
I've also played a lot of Rocket League, that is really fun. To me it's a lot like Fifa but without the frustration of the "players" not doing what I want :P.
4 years is a pretty long time so it's hard to remember but there's also some Minecraft, Alien, Fallout 3, Skyrim and some Forza 5 too.
Haru17 last edited by
I don't... get people who're naming games like The Last of Us and Skyward Sword.
The Last of Us is one of my favorite games, I replayed it at least four before the remaster came out: probably almost 100 hours (and I'm a very methodical player). Singleplayer, no multiplayer. And I played Skyward Sword through twice, it took about 50 hours each time. The third time, though, the beginning of the game began to wear on me. Not just the tutorials, but the boring first dungeons and fetch quest-y areas. So I quit.
And that's why I'm wondering: How do you get more than 100 hours out of either of those games? How can those be what you've played most recently?
tokeeffe9 last edited by
@Haru17 It's what you said you didn't play in TLOU. The multiplayer. I've played the single player a load on every difficulty and I put a good few hours into the multiplayer which I absolutely adored. It was my go to multiplayer game before Overwatch.
ChaosBahamut last edited by
Honestly, I'd probably have to nominate Dark Souls 1-3 (this includes both versions of Dark Souls 2 btw, vanilla and Scholar of the First Sin), Diablo III + RoS, and Bloodborne.
Linky last edited by Linky
Probably TF2 since I remember one year I spent 1.5k hours on TF2. I don't play TF2 anymore after my favorite community servers got killed off.
EDIT: Actually it would be Final Fantasy XIV since I have played over 2000 hours on that game, but I also recently stopped playing that game.
crustef last edited by
Mass Effect Trilogy (especially 1, played through to full completion 5 or 6 times.)
FF7Cloud last edited by
probally one of the souls games i think i have over 3000 hours combined
ObbyDent last edited by
To echo the sentiments of many people above me, most of my gaming has been put into the SoulsBorne series. I've put at least 500 hours in each of the five games, but I've put even more into Dark Souls 1. Most of my hours come from PvP, mind you.
Hipermusic last edited by
I've played Overwatch so much that it's probably somewhere on my list.
I also play the whole Mass Effect Trilogy once a year.
But the thing I've played the most by far is the Dark Souls series as a whole. I've bought all of them on launch day but the first one I ever finished was 2. Then I went back to Demon's Souls and worked my way up. I've finished all of them several times to the point that I need a break from the series. I'm hoping Nioh will bring me back.
Sheria last edited by Sheria
It's probably Project Diva f at around 80 hours I think. That really is a lot for me these days. I much prefer to get to the credits and move onto something new; there's a lot of games I want to play obviously. I don't ... "do" multiplayer.