How Long Would It Take You to Play Through Your Steam Games?

Olas

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716 hours

29 days - 20 hours - 24 minutes

I could travel from New York to London on an ocean liner 8 times... in 1960.

Not all of these statistics are that impressive sounding, I could kill 2 birds with one stone and play my remaining games while on the ocean liner.
 

laggyteabag

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2103 hours, or 87 and a half days.

Also, I could apparently get to level 100 in World of Warcraft 85 times in the same amount of time.
 

SadisticFire

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1084 hours, and i have 185 games in my library.

But it would be impossible to truly finish it anyway, since last i checked it was impossible to play Dead Rising 2: Off the Record on PC since the GFWL shutdown.
I got good news for you then, Dead Rising 2, off the record, and some other game is going to be ditching GWFL(finally) the only thing is that it's just supposed to happen sometime 'early this year' according to the news post of September.
OT: I dunno if I wanna see the amount hours it'll take.
 

meowchef

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It would take me:
5372 continuous hours
223 days,20 hours,13 minutes
of gameplay to complete my Steam library

Yikes...
 

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Wow, I thought I was bad...

I don't buy from Steam so much unless there's a game I *really* want and I can't find it on GoG. I dislike their treatment of people who buy their goods. But on the Gog side of things, I have a backlog of 25% games untouched. But it turns out on average that I'm not alone, and are actually under the average considerably.

It's kind of weird. I remember the days before digital distribution really became a force onto its own. If I went to a store and purchased a game, I'd make damn certain that baby was installed/prepped/etc by the first weekend since I bought it. 11 years ago I worked at the post office, and on the way walking back home just off from Sydney's Martin Place there was an EB close by. So I'd duck in, occasionally buy a discounted game, take it home ... most times I'd play it that night after I fixed myself an early dinner. Sometimes I'd realize I was too exhausted to actually devote a reasonably amount of time to figuring out the controls that it wouldn't be worth it to do anything but zone out with mindless TV and have an early night.

But, on average, within 3 days that baby would be played.

It's hard to believe that buying a game is less an 'event' and more so just to take advantage of a sale, only to leave it collecting metaphorical dust in some digital library.

Me thinks we're spoiled by DD. Maybe it's like casino chips ... psychologically you're less attached to casino chips than you are real money notes, because one represents an ingrained sense of value and the other being but a token. So you're less attached to a game because you're not physically hlding it in your hands, thus the assumption of innate value is missing?

(Edit: Oh, and about 10 hours ... as I only buy games I'm really interested when on Steam. I try most other DD and game stores before buying online if I can)
 

seris

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1335 continuous hours or around 55 days. im a little surprised honestly that its that much.
I have 4000 hours in gmod over 4 years
 

FPLOON

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<link=http://steamleft.com/span/76561198079805996>188 continuous hours (or 7 Days, 20 hours, and 56 minutes)

Apparently, I would be better off working on my LoL skills, of which I don't have because I've never touched that game before...

Then again, jokes on this site because it didn't factor in the non-steam games I added in my library... <color=white>Or did it?
 

Mromson

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It would take you...

4797 continuous hours
199 days,21 hours,14 minutes

of gameplay to complete your Steam library
 
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http://steamleft.com/span/76561197993646063

2674 continuous hours (111 days,10 hours and 48 minutes) to slog through my library. I thought it was pretty hefty, but DAMN. Also, in that time, I could apparently watch 16048 PewDiePie videos in the same time... I don't think so.