Rob presents Part 2 of our list of 7 massive games you'll play for 200 hours at least. Which of these has your life fallen prey to? Do you have any we haven't mentioned? Tell us in the comments!
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Yeap....this happens when you don't have a real life....you live in a made one...searching for something else and got to this video.....lost 3 minutes of my life....but anyways, it's your business how you live !
I have recently completed Assassin's Creed Origins and it took me around 75 hours of game play including all the side missions and exploration but if you add recent DLC Hidden one and the curse of the pharaoh it will sum up more than 100 hours or more if you just Rome around beautiful Egypt.
Took me 300hrs to beat Witcher 3 two times and both DLC once in NG+ and I did everything. So no idea how one playthrough can take 280hrs. I guess on Consoles in 20FPS the time runs slower or the Console-Counter counts faster.
A massive RPG coward hahaha. I’m the opposite rob! I constantly try to do things I’m not even close to ready for, which usually consists of super long battles... because sometimes all you can do is hit and run over and over and over.
Been playing Fallout 4 for 2 weeks straight and still haven't gotten to doing Nuka World or Far Harbor. I loved the Witcher 3 much more, but Fallout 4 is just far greater investment in terms of required hours and customization. And though it's not its predecessors in terms of choices and their impact on the story, the main storyline sure is a hell of a lot better. But it pales in comparison to The Witcher's narrative though.
260 accumalitive hours on DarkSouls 3. 70 accumalitive hours on Dark Souls 2 and 330 accumalative hours on DarkSouls 1. Im in new game +2 in DS3 and New Game +5 in (its easy compared to the other Souls games) DS2. Only New Game +1 in DS1. Haven't played Bloodborne yet but it will join the 200hrs club. All of them have 3 or more characters. Don't judge me I love this franchise.