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The most hours you put in to catch up on a lost save

#1farigontiPosted 2/13/2014 5:18:57 PM
How many? - Results (204 votes)
1 - 15 hrs
37.25% (76 votes)
76
15 - 30 hrs
16.18% (33 votes)
33
30 - 45 hrs
8.82% (18 votes)
18
45 - 60 hrs
2.94% (6 votes)
6
60 - 75 hrs
1.47% (3 votes)
3
75+ hrs!
11.76% (24 votes)
24
I've never replayed a lost save
5.88% (12 votes)
12
I don't lose saves, dawg.
15.69% (32 votes)
32
This poll is now closed.
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#2JohnnyKoochPosted 2/13/2014 5:19:47 PM
Uhhhhhhhh....
#3Cool_Dude667Posted 2/13/2014 5:32:30 PM
Depends entirely on the game.
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#4Love_Me_SexyPosted 2/13/2014 5:39:07 PM
How do you lose a save? It's saved...
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#5zxelmanPosted 2/13/2014 5:41:46 PM
I'm sure there are multiple ways to lose a save, one popular way just forgetting to save. But I can't say I've had that problem. Not only does auto-saving help quite a bit, I always watch out for my battery levels if it's a portable device, and I never really had a save corrupt on me except for a game I used to care about.
#6noimnoturdaddyPosted 2/13/2014 5:43:28 PM
The only time this happened to me was Final Fantasy 8, I was on Disc 3 and my third-party memory card bit the dust... got an official Sony brand, loaded up Disc one, and after 15 minutes or so I was out of steam.

Learned my lesson about third-party peripherals the hard way.
#7Love_Me_SexyPosted 2/13/2014 5:45:46 PM
zxelman posted...
I'm sure there are multiple ways to lose a save, one popular way just forgetting to save. But I can't say I've had that problem. Not only does auto-saving help quite a bit, I always watch out for my battery levels if it's a portable device, and I never really had a save corrupt on me except for a game I used to care about.


Forgetting to save is not losing a save, it's losing progress.
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#8zxelmanPosted 2/13/2014 5:48:36 PM
Love_Me_Sexy posted...
zxelman posted...
I'm sure there are multiple ways to lose a save, one popular way just forgetting to save. But I can't say I've had that problem. Not only does auto-saving help quite a bit, I always watch out for my battery levels if it's a portable device, and I never really had a save corrupt on me except for a game I used to care about.


Forgetting to save is not losing a save, it's losing progress.


It's losing a potential save?

Semantics don't interest me that much.
#9DiviDudePosted 2/13/2014 5:51:54 PM
zxelman posted...
Love_Me_Sexy posted...
zxelman posted...
I'm sure there are multiple ways to lose a save, one popular way just forgetting to save. But I can't say I've had that problem. Not only does auto-saving help quite a bit, I always watch out for my battery levels if it's a portable device, and I never really had a save corrupt on me except for a game I used to care about.


Forgetting to save is not losing a save, it's losing progress.


It's losing a potential save?

Semantics don't interest me that much.


That's because you're not a dumbass.
#10dunebeetlePosted 2/13/2014 5:58:26 PM
Love_Me_Sexy posted...
zxelman posted...
I'm sure there are multiple ways to lose a save, one popular way just forgetting to save. But I can't say I've had that problem. Not only does auto-saving help quite a bit, I always watch out for my battery levels if it's a portable device, and I never really had a save corrupt on me except for a game I used to care about.


Forgetting to save is not losing a save, it's losing progress.


What is it with nitwits that purposefully ignore the clear intent of a given message?
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