Some video games cost players a meager amount of time, requiring not more than a few hours to see everything they have to offer. Other titles demand a larger investment. These games can see players pump in anywhere from thirty to well over one hundred hours in order to get around to all of the content available! And to keep it going, some online games offering rotating rewards on a daily/weekly basis to further ensnare players into coming back each and every day for just a few more matches, sometimes wracking up play time totals into the thousands of hours! But today I want to focus more on self-contained journeys: not online games with no true end.
When you’re playing a game, how much of it do you strive to complete? Are you a Mario fan who blasts through every level to beat the game, or do you scour every stage for all of its secrets and hidden passageways? Do you spur Geralt to save Ciri above all else, or do you stop to aid civilians with finding their cooking pans and lost family heirlooms? Critical path alone, or every chunk of content you can get your hands on?
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