Less than two months!
If I had the time, no responsibility and no need for food or sleep, I could play every game in my Steam library to “completion” in less than two months!
Now, I tend to go slower and, where possible, explore the games I’m playing as much as I can. My complete times are always more than what the average time states. I’m ok with that, too, just so you know!
When I first saw the calculations, 1194 continuous hours (49 days, 18 hours and 9 minutes) my first thought was, ‘Well that settles it. No new games for me for awhile!‘ but then I started looking at other folks calculations on Twitter and softened up a bit. Most of the ones I saw posted made mine look on the smaller side. Jealousy may have peeked it’s ugly head as I wondered what games everyone had that I didn’t. That is a HUGE thing with me, after all. I enjoy playing my games but I tend to feel left out, behind everyone else because I don’t have the money to buy new releases when they release! Sometimes it’s a year later before I pick them up even. That’s not to say I never get a new release because I do. My husband and kids see to that when something releases around my birthday, Mother’s Day, wedding anniversary (that’s how I originally got into Tropico, it was an anniversary gift from Mike) or Christmas when they can.
I’m just whining I suppose.
Anyway. Steamleft added a bit at the bottom that made me feel it’s even more aptly posted on today. In the time it takes me to complete my Steam library (according to the screenshot above) I could recite Martin Luther King, Jr’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech 4.214 times. I think we should all hear that speech but reciting it that many times may be a bit much.
Have you checked to see how much time it’d take you to finish your Steam library? (<—– that’s a link to Steamleft so you can) Also, if you have, planning on buying more games? I am, I just hope to be more careful about my gaming spending. More careful and deliberate.