Mostly online multiplayer games. But honestly any game within the following genres are the ones I have poured hundreds (ok, so maybe thousands) of hours into.
-MOBA -RTS -FPS -Action RPG -MMO
I think these are the ones that traditionally people play tons. Usually (but not always) to keep it interesting the games need to have some kind of online component to keep people entertained. --- I5 3570 | GTX 760 | FILCO Majestouch 2 tenkeyless | Zowie EC1 Evo White | Asus Xonar DGX | Kingston 120 GB SSD | AKG k550 | Samsung S24A350H
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
I would love to see your mod lists for the bolded titles. --- MY NAME IS RONALD MCDONALD I HAVE SAUSAGE I HAVE EGGS MY NAME IS RONALD MCDONALD I HAVE SAUSAGE I HAVE EGGS MY NAME IS RONALD MCDONALD I HAVE SAUSAGE I HAVE EGG
Civilization V FTL: Faster Than Light Counter Strike: Global Offensive ArmA The Elder Scrolls Fallout Day One: Garry's Incident --- "That's NASCAR tactics." "Opinions are like magnets, nobody knows how they work." - Foppe
I would love to see your mod lists for the bolded titles.
You're going to be disappointed... :(
ARMA 2 - just STMovement when dedicated servers allow it. Maybe the WarFX : Blastcore (improved particle effects) and an improved audio mod if I feel like downloading the packages for it.
Morrowind - just high resolution texture packs that improve weapons and armor. Improve, rather than replace entirely... I don't like what some people do to textures... Some other "modifications" to improve stability.
Skyrim - high resolution textures, static mesh improvement, water and terrain enhancement, real glaciers, better embers, kill moves - no blur, upgrade leveled items, random alternate start, unread books glow, enhanced blood textures, no spinning death animation, enhanced soundtrack, skyui
New Vegas - modifications to help with stability.
Far Cry 3 - usually none. Maybe a mod to unlock wingsuit at the beginning of the game.
Call of Pripyat - either Complete or a series of AtmosFear and Absolute Textures mods. Typically stuff made my Cromm. I haven't gotten around to play Misery. Saving that one for the future. ^^
Clear Sky - just Complete.
Shadow of Chernobyl - just Complete. Tried other mods, couldn't get into them.
Civilization V - no mods. Haven't messed with that games modding community. Yet...
Not a huge modder... I can often find enjoyment in a game without messing with it.
I'd say any of Bethesda's open world games. Civ 5 Garry's Mod can clock some hours, but it's hit or miss. some people love it some don't. Team Fortress 2 is great and free! --- 3DS FC:2707 2660 3592 WARNING! Your opinions may vary.
Pretty much any MMO will have you spending hundreds, if not thousands of hours. I personally have spent over 3000 hours playing World of Warcraft. A couple other good ones are Rift and Guild Wars 2. PlanetSide 2 is pretty awesome as well. If you're into MOBAs League of Legends, Dota 2, and Smite are pretty much the big ones right now. Honestly it really depends what kind of genre you're into. --- 3DS FC: 0989-2237-3314