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Not a surprise 100% oj hasnt been taken off its top spot at 834 hours
My next is town of salem at 589 hours however I played it a lot of time off steam so probably double actually
Same here, 100% Orange Juice on top with 519 hours.
guess were both still noobs at the game then. Need at least 1k to be a true gamer at it
OJ is my top at only 338 hours, probably since I’ve mostly just been playing with my sister for a while, not all the time with randoms or even single player.
My number 2 is close, though. I’m up to 331 hours in Siralim Ultimate currently. It’ll probably take the lead soon.
oh nice, yeah my time comes from like almost 6 years at this point, at this point its pretty much dead to me but every now and then I return and put in a couple more
ahh, my playtime on siralim 1+2+3 are all in top 5-8, no clue exactly, , steam freeze up when i try to open my game list from profile:-)
Afraid to start Siralim Ultimate...
These still not beats my Europa Universalis 4 playtime, that will stay top1 for an eternity, not going to spend that much time on a single game again.
That's almost exactly 2 years with 40 hours workweeks.
I play for about 6 years. This time also include afk and trading
Also Warframe, 4794 hours. Got to mastery 30 6 weeks ago.
I'm close to it. Yesterday I found I don't complete any k-drives xD
I've been playing since march 2013 and I have "only" 3652h
Wow, that's great! Game changed a lot few times.
That for sure. 2021 Warframe has little to do with 2013 Warframe.
Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio 7,329 (-_-) , Rocket League 2,454
Starbound, even if I don't launch it that much, by now. ( ~1119 Hours )
Smite with 954 hours, although I'm positive that at least 100 of those were spent in the main menu because someone in the party disconnected or glitched out
Grim Dawn, 826 hours.
I feel like I have tried basicly every character combination in this game. Also, did you know that there is a total conversion mod for Grim Dawn that basicly turns the whole game into Diablo 2? That alone costed me about 100 hours or so.
It is such a shame they didn't make a ladder/dedicated server thing like Diablo 2. it would have been so much bigger and i would probably have played it waaaaay more!
Can you elaborate on this? Would a ladder/dedicated server change anything about the gameplay?
In diablo 2 dedicated servers/ladder made it more alive in multiplayer. There would be trading and a sense of community that the game lacks now. The only thing you get now is the same as "open battle net" where you can enter with cheated characters and such making it all useless.
If this game had all that i think it would be one of the top ARPGS now.
I didn't even know there was multiplayer so that explains things
This is one of my top played going by Steams counting as well. And probably one of the closest to the true time spent as well. Strangely alluring game considering that I can't get into playing Titan Quest at all.
Well, I'm still addicted to Paradox but at least I managed to drop my FM addiction!
No cities skylines? :O I highly recommend it if you at all like city-builders.
I do have the game and multiple of its expansions. But somehow it didn't click yet. ;)
Crusaders of the Lost Idols only 14759,9 hour...
insert [whatever is the emoticon for 'holy f*ck'].
dota 2 - about 3500
dbd - 2800
PUBG but so far only 1030h ... but honestly getting annoyed by game. Its full of cheaters (every day u meet guys with wallhack, autoaim or at least no recoil)
and dev absolutely dont care, all they do is adding skins into game.
Please consider switching to arma 3's mod Player Unknown's Battle Royale. It is much more "serious" (less goofy physics, fewer active cheaters) and is still maintained by the mod team. Games are mostly on weekends Links are here. I highly recommend joining the discord to get the bot to notify you when a game is about to launch.
HexCells Infinite with 844 hours. The last achievement only requires 60 random boards, and now I'm up to something like 2200, so I'm pretty sure I've beaten the game.
if you up to challenge — have a look at Tametsi; I've been playing it for 73h already and still have ~40 puzzles left
Yeah, I'll check it out. Thanks, krol7!
Update: Yup! It's on the wishlist now! Thanks again!
What is this hidden gem?!? Thanks for the link.
yep, it's a great puzzle, and for this price, it's a steal :D
MGS V - 80+ hours. Battlefield 3 (Origin) 500+ hours.
Uninstalled it for good this morning (unless in the unlikely event that more achievements get added). Finally got bored of watching numbers go up.
that's almost 17 years of fulltime job in 40 hrs.
Well with vacation it is way more than 17.
That is way too hardcore man. F for the resilience.
Well it looks like it's a idle game so you let it "plays" alone and you just check from time to time. Still very impressive.
Heh, I work from home and hardly ever turn my PC off. That's my excuse anyway. 😅
Path of Exile, 517h
Same. I've got a little over 700 hours according to Steam, but I played it for a quite a while using the GGG launcher before moving to Steam. I've probably cleared 1,000 hours by a lot. I've only played a single season in each of 2019 and 2020, so I've pretty much moved on...
This game. My god.
1292 hours on Steam alone, but most of my playtime is outside Steam. I guess at least other twice as many hours more.
Never been that good at it, but man, that was a nice game! Playing with friends, completing season challenges, raging at lag spikes and unforgiving bosses where I didn't even know what got me killed.
Unfortunately (maybe fortunately) I quitted the game in 2018 when I started working full time. I realised that if I kept playing PoE as before, I wouldn't have had the time to play or do anything else. Every now and then I play some events or some maps with my friends, just for fun.
I miss that game :'(
459h in steam and as much in client also but i haven't played at all for a long time, too many games in backlog.
i may try path of exile 2 though
Crusader Kings II - 1,004 hours
Gems of War 2,761 hrs on record
Realm Grinder 1,013 hrs on record
Forge of Gods (RPG) 1,011 hrs on record
Paladins 633 hrs on record
7 Days to Die 519 hrs on record
Counter Strike: Global Offensive 2100h.
And i hate every second of it.
Starbound: 643.5 hours
danganrompa 2 : goodbye despair
Star Trek Timelines 2,791 hrs on record.
Black Desert Online 2,529 hrs on record.
A funny thing though - both of those I can't really recommend, but at times I like to sink into a MMO.
If we talk singleplayer, Stardew Valley 96 hrs on record, and I'm just beginning my journey there.
In between there is The Pirate: Caribbean Hunt 262 hrs on record - mostly singleplayer experience with some daily rewards. It has it's problems, but still it's a nice experience, so you may want to check it out, if it's your piece of cake.
Dead by Daylight - 2,367 hrs.
shamefull amount of time, but then again, also incredibly fun memories. Done with it now, though.
Company of heroes 2 with 593h
146 hours in Alien Isolation
Roughly 20 hours of that was a Nightmare run that I actually finished. Somehow.
for first time player should i play on Hard or Nightmare? - also i heard many ppl recommend installing a mod that makes the alien move off its predefined path - leads to better game. what do u think?
I'd actually recommend Normal, maybe even Easy. I've actually done two playthroughs on the latter, and even on EASY I died fairly often. This game is no joke, the alien can effortlessly OHKO you, and it takes a while to learn how to avoid it and get used to the game's combat and stealth systems. Even after this many hours, it can still trip me up at times. But that's kinda what I love about the game. It made the iconic original xenomorph scary and dangerous again.
As for the mod, I've never tried it. I'd recommend at least one playthrough without any mods first. The game runs insanely well on PC as it is.