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What are some games with 100+ hours of single player content?

#41NimaNima777Posted 12/15/2012 2:03:48 AM
The last thing I'm trying to do is sound bad-ass here but... Did Dark Souls honestly take you guys over 100 hours to beat?? I don't consider myself to be all that great at it and my first play-through I finished in little over 30 hours, and that was exploring every nook and cranny. After knowing all the shortcuts etc. I can finish in about 8 hours now as well... although I suppose you guys could be adding up the times of multiple playthroughs and new game+ which might indeed justify that mark.

As for games that did last me 100+ hours...

-Dragon Quest VIII
-Classic FF's
-Star Ocean Till the End of TIme
-It's a little fuzzy but I think Tales of Symphonia?
-Binding of Isaac (massively underrated indie game by makers of Super Meat Boy)
-Persona 3 & 4 (multiple times 100+ :D)
-Monster Hunter
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#42FiyunPosted 12/15/2012 3:33:25 AM
Star Ocean 4
Resonance of Fate
Blue Dragon (If you are aiming for 1000/1000)
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#43CaIiber345Posted 12/15/2012 3:42:27 AM
This really depends on how you play games.

If you're going to just go straight to every objective/quest/mission that you're given, complete it, and go to the next, none of these games.

BUT! If you take your time, explore, do a quest or two, explore, spend time with activities, explore, spend time enjoying the world, do a quest or two, explore, repeat...

1. Skyrim
2. Oblivion GOTY
3. Fallout 3 GOTY
4. Fallout: New Vegas GOTY
5. Red Dead Redemption (Get the Undead Nightmare DLC!)

Hope this helps. Good luck.
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#44KryingKetchupPosted 12/15/2012 4:10:59 AM
Has everyone forgotten of GTA:4 and it's DLC.

If you do everything (not counting collectibles, and not rushing the missions), you could probably nab around 70-80 hours.

Adding on, random police chases, fooling around in the city, and travelling to missions should amount to 20-30 hours, depending on who you are.

Game should give around 100 hours.
#45dcn2424Posted 12/15/2012 4:52:08 AM
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#46stawg007Posted 12/15/2012 4:52:51 AM
Every FF game beginning with the PS1 games are 80 hours, (this includes sidequests) unless you are just not that good at the game.

Eh, majority of the FF titles aren't *that* long. The PS1 games I can manage to beat in 20-25 hours a piece. To 100% them, maybe add another 5-10 hours to that total.

FF12 is probably the longest FF game, in my opinion.


FF8 I have the most ps1 experience with and if youre going to 100% that, there's not a chance you'll do it that quickly

It's simply not possible, getting max stats takes bloody forever and FFX had me at over 120 hours and I still had a tonne of maxing out and monster arena to do as well as blitzball
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#47Sgt_HostilePosted 12/15/2012 6:00:58 AM
Any elder scrolls game, Both Fallouts (I suggest 3 over New Vegas), Dragon Age origins has 80 hours if you do everything then you can get the DLC. Kingdoms of Amalur, Dragon's Dogma and the Mass effect series if you combine all the games.
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#48roots1078Posted 12/15/2012 7:02:29 AM
Xenoblade Chronicles is excellent if you have a Wii.
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#49KOTRwhoopsPosted 12/15/2012 7:08:17 AM
-Damien- posted...
Skyrim is trash, garbage, pure filth

Get Dark Souls


You really are a clown aren't you.
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#50Gwildor123Posted 12/15/2012 8:33:20 AM
Damien IS THE SON OF THE DEVIL.
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