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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The worst thing about Don't Starve is you spend 2-3 years casually playing just to one day come across a portal to find out you have been playing in the start sandbox, the whole time! Theres still 5 levels!
Skyrim and the Dragon Age series refuse to let go of my soul. I don’t know how I get any work done with them both.
(Shout out to The Sims and Ark: Survival Evolved. The Sims has been a constant through my life and Ark has +200 hrs into it, but they don’t have my love like the others.)
I spent 90 hours in dark souls, i completed the whole thing (without dlc, which i have started) explored every little corner, did a bunch of multi player, backtracked dozens of times and only 90 hours...
I completed all side quests, all contracts and a lot of achievements, almost all of the question marks and dlc and even started a new game. One time i had 10 hours in and reset before doing it for real, 125 hours...
he's played 90 minutes of dark souls 3. a drop in the bullet of my 3-and-a-half-hour street fighter 2: the new challengers run-time. on an emulator on my pc. 5 days in a row 42 minutes each. it's just so good i can't get enough of it.
not gonna lie, radiant quests in fallout 4 and skyrim almost ruined the experience to be honest. i hope they figure it out before their next game, the fact that radiant quests keep the lifeline of the game longer, it keeps the game from being engaging cuz it starts to feel "gamey". i get the idea behind it, that the world is constantly changing, but the "gamey " aspect becomes apparent very quick.
dammit, that "loads of hours" joke in the beginning got me. btw witcher 3 was worth all of the time spent on it. i only did a few of the witcher contracts too.... did a lot of exploring and side quests tho. played on the hardest difficulty the first time i played, without playing the ones before 3. i truly think the witcher 3 is what people dreamed videogames could be once Super Mario 64 came out in 3D back in the day. and for people that never beat it, or didnt like it because they couldnt get past the starting area, i truly feel sorry for. its one of, if not the best, way to indulge yourself in a fully realized videogame reality
Ah yes, Don't Starve, I forgot that that was also a time sink to which I fell victim. It just didn't happen during a time in my life when I really had to focus on other things, so it didn't have as much of an impact as a time sink as Minecraft and Skyrim. Still, what a glorious time sink it was, before I got too good at it for it to be fun anymore. XD