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Depends on the year, this year I've only finished two, Days Gone and Kingdom Hearts 3. Last year I think around five or six. I think the years I finished the most were probably 2011, which was my senior year of high school, and I didn't really have that much difficult work to do at school. I think that year I beat almost every major release, Resistance 3, Gears 3, Uncharted 3, Infamous 2, Batman AC, and many more, so probably around 25 that year.
I dont really play long games so my games beaten are very much skewed because of that
Last year I beat 55 games and averaged 9,35 hours per game. So roughly 10 hours gaming a week.
However 18 of these where under 1 hour in completion time and only 18 where more than 10 hours.
This year I'm on pace for maybe 25-30 or so but games are on average a bit longer than last year.
1 to 3 I'd say, usually one RPG through winter, and a coop game or two during the rest of the year. I mostly play MMO/Multiplayer/Endless games.
I think I only finished Dark Souls 3 this year, and we're on the last chapters of the Lego Star Wars games that we're started like 6 months ago with a friend. So yeah, soon to be 2, waiting for those end of the year RPGs to release to make that 3 and that's about it.
I finished a game for the first time in years recently, Deus Ex Mankind Divided. Before that I can't remember the last game I finished. I mainly play games that have no ending like Paragon, Marvel Heroes (RIP x2), Warframe, Path of Exile, The Crew 2.
I put over 1,000 hours into Dragon Age Inquisition (a ton of that from the multiplayer) and haven't finished Trespasser DLC yet, I haven't even started it. I tend to test out builds, classes, and party compositions for fun, and when I'm too powerful I get bored. With Divinity the best part of the game is the first map, then it gets way too slow (waiting for turns as more enemies are added, and the story lose my interest) and I lose interest, not a fan of strategy turn based games. Pillars of Eternity is a lot better due to the combat being faster and closer to Dragon Age Origins, but the disinterest in the story makes it hard for me to return to my mega powered party. When I start Pillars up again I usually start from scratch since I forgot everything, and it would be a new build or party to play with for the new mood.
Voted 0-25, and it’s easily in the bottom half of that range. I think I’m at 5 this year, assassins creed odyssey, doom 2016, halo 4 and 5, and the new fire emblem. Working on gears 4 right now and I’ll probably beat it and 5 within the next few weeks, and that’ll likely be it for the year. Definitely not coming even close to 25 though.
I’d say 20-30, I only entered the 25-50 option because last year (I think, need to double check) I was over 25, usually I’ll go through my PS trophies at year end and do a little overview, but that doesn’t include 360, Indie/PC, Nintendo, or replays I do, but yeah
Uh, like 4–5, maybe, including games I spent a decent amount of time with, and not necessarily "finished". I'm lucky if I can fill out a Top 10 for a given release year, several years later, much less right at the end of that year.