One of the best features (or depressing perhaps) of Raptr is the yearly reports on gaming it provides. My 2013 report hit my spam box and I just realized it today. Let’s see what it has to say.
734 hours total…6 games at 50+.
I can’t say I’m surprised by the numbers. When I play, it’s usually in bursts and that means I leave the game on and do something else. Diablo 3 is a super example of that, where the game would simply be on in the background. I wasn’t even playing the core game, I was playing the meta AH trying some strategies on market gaming. I had some crazy formulas running for a 1 month period and ended up making about 1 billion starting with a pool of 100k. I never wrote about it mind you, my bad.
Neverwinter is next with 80 hours. I am pretty sure my blog still comes in the top 10 search results for that game. It’s a solid game and the reason the numbers are low is… it was a late spring launch game and I was out of gaming completely for nearly 5 months after that.
WoW is at 80. Same as D3 to be honest with you. Market gaming, very little else. I’d go back every major patch, LFR for a week and then tinker around. Meh.
FF14 at 72. That’s in 2 months too. My subscription ended in November and while I’d like to go back, time investment is an issue. It’s a great game.
Marvel Heroes at 50. This is actual play time too, so I’d bet that I actually have more in-game time here than I do in D3. Still installed, still get a few hours a week in there.
Guild Wars 2 at 50. This was fits and spurts. Some days went well, others went poorly. I’m glad it’s successful but it is not for me.
I am curious as to the hours played calculations overall. Infinite Crisis should be much higher. Hearthstone as well – I spent well over 2 hours just getting it to work on my tablet (streaming). Ducktales was a 2 week affair. Perhaps that means that the other games are also under-reported.
Funny that clearing FF7 is my best achievement. I guess it just goes to show that I really like gaming. Here’s looking at 2014!