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So this is pretty much a copy of This thread but that one is closed and so now there's this one.
(Ps. I've been inactive for a while so hello again!)
Mine is Garry's mod. I used to play this nonstop.
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Team Fortress 2
Your image is not found. Also, Payday 2 at 318 hours.
Yeah just fixed it
played Arma 3 for 180 hours but i play Rainbow Six Siege most often
Defense Grid, with 343 hours evaporated.
823 hours, clicker heroes, thatt game ruined some weeks for me XD
Dota 2 with 2.299 hours
333h on TF2, but I haven't played in a long time.
some trash like dota 2 or marvel heroes... i'm ashamed of myself.
borderlands 2 and fallout 4 (because it's the best FO ever).
The "real games" you mentioned are my two favorites. Here are my top 6...
Borderlands 2 @ 5033 hours
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel @ 2803 hours
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth @ 1574 hours
Fallout 4 @ 1550 hours
Blacklight: Retribution @ roughly 1300 hours (617 on Steam, ~650 pre-Steam beta)
Borderlands @ 1192 hours
Holy cow... your Borderlands 2 hours alone are equivalent to about 2.5 years of working a full-time 40 hours a week job. That is some impressive dedication. Maybe I should try this "Borderlands" series someday... :P
Part of the hours of Bordrerlands 2 is new interest due to a "community patch" released. This "patch" changes certain things in the game, and - as a weird side effect - allows for guns to be edited. For instance, The Chullain SMG (an SMG given as a quest reward that deals Shock and Slag damage) has a mod which changes it to an SMG with all elements called the Ruin. And even without the mod, the Chullain has been changed in the patch so that it doesn't keep the player Slagged while holding it. It's been fun the past couple months.
On a similar note, a friend of mine has just about as much dedication as I have. Case in point...
Borderlands 2 @ 4373 hours and counting (currently playing according to Steam)
Fallout 4 @ 2393 hours
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel @ 1797 hours
Borderlands @ 983 hours
Borderlands 1 is boring game, idk what ppl can do >1000 hours in this grinding simulator. First 20-30 hours - yes, a lot of fun 😝
I never try Borderlands 2 - looks like this part is much better 👀
The hours involved at BL 1 was for playing as all 4 characters, as they have different "action skills".
However, what you said about Borderlands 1 getting boring was kinda due to the limited loot pool that was actually good. what did it in though for me was a glitch from a feature not fully implemented that caused a bug: the Weapon Proficiency actually caused you held gun of the same type to DOWNGRADE itself when in a weapon slot (i.e. a level 69 SMG on a character with SMG Proficiency of 40 actually worked like a level 67 SMG...two levels below).
Borderlands 2 on the other hand gives much more distinction between the weapon manufacturers. A run-down of each manufacturer:
Dahl: Semi-auto pistols and slower automatic fire on other weapons when aiming from the hip. All weapons do burst-fire when aiming down sights. Shields drop shield booster pods when hit. Dahl makes "Bouncing Betty" grenades, which start bouncing and shooting bullets in 360 degrees upon detonation.
Torgue: All weapons deal explosive damage exclusively. In addition, bullets fired from these guns travel slower. Shields from Torgue are strictly Explosive Spike (damage dealt when meleed) and Nova (damage dealt when depleted, shield must fully recharge before another nova can go off. Makes "MIRV" grenades which explode into child grenades that explode for the same amount of damage as the original explosion.
Maliwan: Weapons have higher elemental damage and chance for damage-over-time effects. Spike and Nova shields are available in all elements except Explosive. Maliwan makes "transfusion" grenades which crates child grenades which home in on an enemy and steals health from them to give to you.
Tediore: Weapons are tossed and explode like grenades upon reloading. If reloading with ammo still in the magazine, the remaining ammo is used up but the reload deals more damage. Tediore shields are the only ones with no special effects, but have a higher recharge rate and lower recharge delay than the other manufacturers. Grenades are standard explosive grenades that deal damage based on its level.
Hyperion: Weapons have a lower initial accuracy, but quickly become almost 100% accurate for as long as you pull the trigger. Sniper rifles have a bit of sway to start, but become more accurate the longer you aim down sights. Hyperion produces "Amp" shields, which increases the damage of a shot when it is fully charged at the cost of a bit of the shield draining to amplify the damage. Grenades are of the "Singularity" type, which IMPLODES and pulls in enemies before exploding later.
Jacobs: Normally non-elemental (only 4 elemental weapons exist as "unique" weapons), all Jacobs weapons are semi-automatic. They, however, fire as fast as you can pull the trigger for all but their sniper rifles. They sport the greatest overall damage to compensate for non-elemental status. Jacobs does not make shields or grenade mods.
Vladof: Slightly lower damage than mist weapons, but they make up for it with the second largest magazine size of all weapons manufacturers and the highest fire rates. Vladof rocket launchers have a gimmick where each third rocket fired does not cost rocket ammunition. Vladof makes the "Absorb" shield variant, where there is a percentage chance when the shield is hit that it will negate the damage AND transfer the ammo to your ammo backpack. Vladof makes the "chemical sprayer" variety of grenade mods which varies depending on the element (fire creates a revolving flame jet, corrosive creates a corrosive cloud and shock creates a "tesla coil").
Bandit: Weapons have middling to poor damage, and are not as accurate as other manufacturers. However, they they do have the largest magazine size overall, but have a slow reload time because of it. Rocket launchers made by the Bandits fire 3 rockets at the same time for the price of one. Bandits make the "Maylay" shield, which boosts melee damage dealt to your enemies when depleted. Bandits also make their own versions of the "Bouncing Betty" and "MIRV" grenades.
Anshin: Only makes shields of the "Adaptive" variety. In essence, you gain resistance to the last elemental damage that hit it as well as gain a health boost when wearing it.
Pangolin: Another shield-only manufacturer, they make the "Turtle" shield. It basically has a much higher shield capacity at the cost of a certain amount of your maximum health.
Too much multiplayer games, I guess..
World of Warcraft - the moment I quit had over 3k hours across multiple characters (with over 2500 hours on my main) on just main account, not to mention several alt accounts I ran ;p Since then I try not to over-invest into one single game and rather play as many titles as I can instead of playing as much as I can of a single game ;p
If it's Steam only:
CS:GO, around 1800 hours total and over half of that is not idling.
Guild Wars, +9.600h, GW2 about 2.000h and APB Reloaded +/-1.500h
...terraria by far
Me too! But I'm somewhere at 400 hours :)
Thank you (:
Happy cake day!
Also tbh my SS is a little bit of a lie cause I let my younger siblings play it as well...so my "real" time us closer to 400 as well >_<
Mine is Terraria too, in Steam. Amazing game! ^^
Nice, Mine as well. Lots in common. Very good.
Thumbs up from me.
Batman: Arkham Knight ayeee
Path of Exile, 1289 hours on Steam and at least the same amount (probably much more) on the stand-alone client.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - 1,439 hours
Euro Truck Simulator 2 - 1,172 hours
AdVenture Capitalist - 1,131
AdVenture Communist - 472 hours
Sid Meier's Civilization V - 340 hours
Mafia II - 334 hours
TransOcean: The Shipping Company - 126 hours
Fallout Shelter - 95 hours
Fallout: New Vegas RU - 70 hours
Portal - 35 hours
BioShock - 22 hours
Euro Truck Simulator 2
27 hrs on record
21 hrs on record
Virtua Tennis 4
18.1 hrs on record
Not on steam:
Bazillions of games for bazillions of hours :P
Euro Truck Simulator 2 with about 180 hours
Guild Wars about 3000 hours
Not on Steam: Football Manager 2011
On Steam: Stardew Valley or Deus Ex: HR (not sure cos my girlfriend's playing on my account sometimes)
If you add the original version of Skyrim, and the SE version, I have around 900 hours. And Im close to 900 in Fallout 4.
On Steam, Fallout: New Vegas with almost 800 hours.
During my life, Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn with at least 2400, although most likely Age of Empires II or Deus Ex 1 will overtake it eventually.
By a country mile world.of Warcraft.