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Games that you can put a lot of hours into?

#1Ratchet611Posted 6/12/2014 9:24:10 AM
So, I'm looking for some games that you can basically just put hundreds of hours into and not get bored with them. I noticed that there was one other topic similar to this one, but, it was made last year. So, I figured it would be fine to create another. I'm mostly looking for survival games where you go around and build things. Like Space Engineers, Terraria, The Forest, Minecraft, Rust, games that are like that, but, anything would be fine really as long as it has a lot of replay value or content that you can pour plenty of time into.
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#2JonWood007Posted 6/12/2014 9:24:51 AM
Civilization 5.
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#3majinbuu58Posted 6/12/2014 9:28:04 AM
X3 is practically endless
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#4LazyyAmericanPosted 6/12/2014 9:33:44 AM
Fallout new Vegas with mods....always can enjoy the fallouts over TES games cause quite frankly the combat is far more enjoyable.
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#5Ratchet611(Topic Creator)Posted 6/12/2014 10:21:09 AM
Bump.
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#6Erik212Posted 6/12/2014 10:24:25 AM
Skyrim?
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#7SinisterSlayPosted 6/12/2014 10:27:04 AM
Mount & Blade Warband is a 300 hour game, each play through.
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#8-5xad0w-Posted 6/12/2014 10:29:53 AM
Mount & Blade: Warband comes to mind.
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#9arleasPosted 6/12/2014 10:31:03 AM
I spent 240 hours on Skyrim before I got bored with it.
I spent 85 Hours on New Vegas before I completed the main storyline (I could have ignored the main story and just played for another 50 hours at least though).
I put 229 hours into Farming Simulator building up from a single field to several fields and farm equipment, and if you have friends who play the game you can join or host a server and all work cooperatively on the same farm.

I've put 220 hours so far into Rocksmith, though that's got kind of a steep starting price ($60 for the game, $30 for the cable, and then you need an electric guitar).

I've put 118 hours into Fallout 3, but most of that was ignoring the story because the story is really lame...if you haven't played FO3 or NV then I'd say play FO3 first or you'll be kinda let down after you play NV.
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#10Lemur_HPosted 6/12/2014 10:35:42 AM
ARMA 3 - 128 hours
ARMA 2 - A hell of a lot more than 3
Borderlands 2 - 192 hours
Dark Souls - 78 hours
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - 52 hours
Dungeon Defenders - 131 hours - I actually don't recommend this one. The developers destroyed it with constant DLC releases.
Morrowind - 44 hours, or so Steam says. I've been playing this game long before I ever bought it on Steam.
Oblivion - 120 hours
Skyrim - 426 hours
New Vegas - 115 hours
Far Cry 3 - 98 hours - All single player.
Garry's Mod - 109 hours
Just Cause 2 - 37 hours
Killing Floor - 48 hours
Left 4 Dead 2 - 81 hours
PAYDAY - 41 hours
Call of Pripyat - 87 hours
Clear Sky - 27 hours
Shadow of Chernobyl - 73 hours
Saints Row 3 - 59 hours
Civlization V - 94 hours
Space Engineers - 21 hours
Terraria - 205 hours

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