Games you have played to death?

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Any games you have to played to the point of absurdity?

One game I loved playing to death was Pokemon Red. I have beaten that game so many times it's ridiculous. I even put restrictions on myself to make it more interesting. Like beat the game with only Charmander.

I don't remember beating Super Mario Bros 3 too many times(probably because I had to beat it in one sitting), but I do remember searching everywhere for secrets. I wouldn't leave a single stone unturned. It's one one the first game I have ever played, I have a lot of fond memories of that game.

I had way too much free time when I was a kid.

1. Diablo II's item lusting kept me coming back 9 years after the fact.
2. COD (Raises flame shield)

way2sl0w:
2. COD (Raises flame shield)

MW2: Endgame, purely for:

R:TW - along with shedloads of different mods
ACII
SW:KotOR - I'm due for another playthrough this summer...
Sniper Elite - haven't got V2 yet so taking glee in the crappy graphic bullet time shots

Dark Souls, not so much anymore but i used to play it to DEATH

Oblivion, Skyrim, I'm currently 30 hours into Fallout 3 after putting off buying it for years, and I have 100+ hours in Terraria.

Resident Evil 5 and Mirrors Edge probably. Pokemon Diamond and Kingdom Hearts II as well.

Counter-Strike.

About 1650 hours for Counter-Strike: Source on the Steam clock.

Devil May Cry 3. Man, I love that game.

I think I'm also reaching that point with Team Fortress 2, but that's got more of an excuse.

Morrowind. I was a kid. It was the first open world game I played. The first TES game as well. My mind was blown. I was playing it all day long. I had dreams about it every night because of that. I knew every inch of Morrowind and every NPC. Everything about it was safely stored inside my head. I have to admit that Skyrim is a better game in every aspect. But the magic is gone. I think the biggest problem is that I know a lot about the games I'm picking up before they're released. I knew nothing about Morrowind when I bought it. I just liked the cover art. I didn't know anything about any of the games I was picking up because I wasn't allowed to use the internet for anything besides games like CS and Quake. I'm sure if I had Skyrim when I was a kid I would have loved it more than Morrowind.

Bioshock. I played the absolute crap out of that game. I honestly think I'd be able to navigate some of the areas blindfolded and I know all of the locations to all of weapon upgrades and all the gene tonics. And it's still just as good now

I'm very proud of myself having just clocked up a total of 500 hours on Pokemon White. Thats ~30 hours for the main story, and ~470 hours EV Training/Breeding/Grinding.
Other than that, I generally get bored of games very quickly. The next two would probably be Halo:Reach, where I advanced to Brigadier in the Multiplayer then got bored and played something else, and Skyrim, which I've put around 100 hours into, but which I'm now very bored of. Nothing other than those 3 comes to mind.

Final Fantasy X, Earthbound, Mario Party, Enter the Matrix (for some odd reason that game was addicting as fuck) Warcraft III, Counter-Strike, and now League of Legends, lol.

Just recently, League of Legends. So damn addicting, I even went and got the Pentakill Sona skin. Sooooo damn cool!

I will get good with Riven if it kills me! No way i'm letting go of the coolest character in the game! Then I shall buy her Battle Bunny skin and own more face with it nyahahahahaha!

Difficult but Awesome is just Riven in a nutshell. I once Broken Wings'd into a bush instead of into a low health Jarvan just because she was facing the wrong way XP. She only changes direction if you're hovering your mouse over an enemy otherwise she just goes straight forward. She does not follow where your cursor is if it's not hovering over an enemy, it's kinda important to remember that...

Needless to say "Report Riven!" was posted in All Chat soon thereafter.

So i reported that guy for "Negative Attitude" Trololololol!

Her Ult is the most "oh fuck this!" thing in the game. Guy flashing away on low health? Dash into range with Valour, reforge the sword, make the cutest little battle cry ever and just Wind Slash the fucker down.

"The time for talk is over..."

Well, actually Karthus' Ult is the most "oh fuck this" thing in the game. Press R to Win indeed...

I'm not even lvl 30 yet, I doubt i'll be going into Ranked anytime soon anyway. You seen the godlike amount of last hits people get? There was an Ashe in one of the random Spectate games on the homepage just going "pew, pew, pew" and getting every single last hit in the lane... I know she's a Carry and that's her job but all of them? Really?

In general, the Ace Attorney games. People who claim zero replay value are just wrong. Good games are always worth replaying.

Played Super Smash Brothers Melee 7 years straight after it's release and even though I've turned the game inside out, I can still enjoy playing it non stop with friends.

Skyrim, Mount&Blade: Warband, and, strangely enough, Fallen Earth has been getting a lot of mileage lately.

Starcraft. I played that game inside and out. I tried to find EVERY SINGLE exploit, glitch, and oddity I could find.

Pokemon. Nuff said.

World of Warcraft. Again, probably don't need to go into detail here.

Bioshock. Beaten it at least 8-9 times already... and I'm considering going back for more.

I beat Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop 12 times! 12 times!!!!!!

Oblivion: +600-700 hours.

I now understand why people like Morrowind the most, because it was their first ES game, and Oblivion was my first ES game (I ended playing Morrowind, and if you know me you know I dread that game) and even though I've played Skyrim for over 300 hours now and think that its still a better game than Oblivion, there's just still some magical thing about Oblivion that I hold over Skyrim.

WoW: 'nuff said. Well actually... the main reason I played it was that it was a means of communication with my family out west (I'm in Florida, they're in Idaho... and for those that don't live in the U.S. its about 3000 miles) but when I think of the time spent playing that game, sheesh, makes me think of where I could have been now.

LOTR: BFME 2, I'd say around 200 hours alone on Multiplayer. Probably my favorite strategy game, closely followed by Warcraft III.

Fallout 3: Prefer it in every way to New Vegas (except Iron Sights), and around 150 hours with just one character.

Dragon Age: Origins: my first playthrough I had around 75 hours before I even got to the Landsmeet.

Red Dead Redemption: I'm on my 3rd playthrough, and I'm on the mission just before... the saddest damn thing you will ever experienced, and I'm dreading to finish it.

Ocarina of Time: First REAL game I can remember, and I probably owe my "gaming career" to it. I still have my N64 that I first played it with, though if I play it, I play it on a Gamecube.

Tekken 6
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Fallout: New Vegas

Can I say Minecraft? I don't think that's possible until you reach 000's.

Karutomaru:
I beat Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop 12 times! 12 times!!!!!!

So that was 12 zombies that you killed as well, then?

OT: Played a lot of Dark Souls recently. Disgaea as well, those games are damn long. I also remember playing loads of Saints Row 2 back in the day.

I've played Pokemon Blue waaaaaaaay too much and I've done the restrictions as well just to make the game more exciting.

I've also played Diablo II more times than I'd rather admit.

Jak and Daxter. I find myself doing speedruns from time to time and trying to beat my old time. I also played Halo 3 quite a bit more than I feel I should have. There was just so much content, I couldn't help it...

The Wykydtron:
Just recently, League of Legends. So damn addicting, I even went and got the Pentakill Sona skin. Sooooo damn cool!

I will get good with Riven if it kills me! No way i'm letting go of the coolest character in the game! Then I shall buy her Battle Bunny skin and own more face with it nyahahahahaha!

Difficult but Awesome is just Riven in a nutshell. I once Broken Wings'd into a bush instead of into a low health Jarvan just because she was facing the wrong way XP. She only changes direction if you're hovering your mouse over an enemy otherwise she just goes straight forward. She does not follow where your cursor is if it's not hovering over an enemy, it's kinda important to remember that...

Needless to say "Report Riven!" was posted in All Chat soon thereafter.

So i reported that guy for "Negative Attitude" Trololololol!

Her Ult is the most "oh fuck this!" thing in the game. Guy flashing away on low health? Dash into range with Valour, reforge the sword, make the cutest little battle cry ever and just Wind Slash the fucker down.

"The time for talk is over..."

Well, actually Karthus' Ult is the most "oh fuck this" thing in the game. Press R to Win indeed...

I'm not even lvl 30 yet, I doubt i'll be going into Ranked anytime soon anyway. You seen the godlike amount of last hits people get? There was an Ashe in one of the random Spectate games on the homepage just going "pew, pew, pew" and getting every single last hit in the lane... I know she's a Carry and that's her job but all of them? Really?

In general, the Ace Attorney games. People who claim zero replay value are just wrong. Good games are always worth replaying.

You must have seen me play for I am the one and only PewpewPepe

Hehehe and people suffer from axe to face syndrom when I'm around

Ohhhhh how I love mauling kids with Olaf <3

hazabaza1:

Karutomaru:
I beat Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop 12 times! 12 times!!!!!!

So that was 12 zombies that you killed as well, then?

I killed at least 3000 at the minimum on each playthrough.

Oblivion & Fallout 3. Adore them both, probably won't ever reinstall 'em.

Oblivion was my first Elder Scrolls title, and it just sucked me in. Sure, now that I've got some more references, it's got many glaring flaws, but I still think rather highly of it. I mean, I had fun with it. Good times...
Similar story with Fallout 3, it was my first proper entry into the Fallout-series. I had played a bit of Fallout 2. I liked the idea, but it just wasn't for me, but F3... Blimey, that feeling when I first stumbled out of the vault, with an entire world of ruins stretching out in all directions... One of my best videogame memories so far. Again, many great memories from that game, but I feel I've been everywhere at least fifty times, so there's not much left to please my explorer-vibe, and it's got the same problem as Oblivion; the flaws are getting more and more glaring now.
I don't like New Vegas as much, but... It's still one great game, and I'm not done with that one just yet. Oh, and iron sights. Would it have been that difficult from the start, Beth? Would it? D:

Also, Operation Flashpoint. The proper one. Not that I wouldn't want to, but no present day computer will run it for me. :< At least I've got the ArmA-series.

(Oh, and if anyone of y'all even breathe "Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Derping", I'm afraid I'm going to have to hit you over the knuckles with a wooden ruler. We do not mention that monster by name.)

Karutomaru:

hazabaza1:

Karutomaru:
I beat Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop 12 times! 12 times!!!!!!

So that was 12 zombies that you killed as well, then?

I killed at least 3000 at the minimum on each playthrough.

I think you missed the point of my subtle joke.
I made a funny.
Har de har har.

I'm going to list the oldest game on the thread (thus far) and say Sonic 3 and Knuckles. 18 years old (good god, I can't believe I just typed that out) and it's reached a point where I no longer think while playing it, I can practically zone out, get into a groove, and almost meditate. I've gotten the Chaos and Super Emeralds multiple times, and it never, ever gets old.

I'm going to be on my deathbed with this game in one hand and a Calvin and Hobbes book in the other. And I will go out with the biggest smile on my face.

World of warcraft. I believe Im approatching the 300 days played time mark.

Other than that... Dragon age: Origins. Had to do a playthrough of every single origin story and complete every single quest with each. Adn then came the replays of an origin with diferent romances and choises... Come to think of it I havent played a city elf who supported Harrowmont yet... oh well. There goes another 30+ hours...

And then theres Civilization 5. I know I know... booo civ 5, yay civ 4 and all that, but I currently have almost 250 hours of civ 5 having played with every civilization including DLC through all kinds of maps.

hazabaza1:

Karutomaru:

hazabaza1:

So that was 12 zombies that you killed as well, then?

I killed at least 3000 at the minimum on each playthrough.

I think you missed the point of my subtle joke.
I made a funny.
Har de har har.

I don't get it... That wasn't funny. Your joke implied that I only killed one zombie for each playthrough.

Unreal Tournament back when I was little and it was the only FPS I knew existed, I played it sooo much.

Like Jaeke Oblivion was my first TES game, in fact it might have been my first open world RPG, hundreds of hours lost to that for obvious reasons.

way2sl0w:
2. COD (Raises flame shield)

I spent a long while playing COD too and I still attest that it's a good game. I would probably also still be playing multiplayer with friends, if I didn't have to pay 40 each time they released that same game.

Chrono trigger. I spent a 50 dollar gift card from my 8th birthday on it due to loving FF3 (6) and seeing squaresoft on the box. Greatest decision of my life, and probably why gaming is my favorite, most engaging form of entertainment today. I played after bedtime many times, and got my snes locked in a closet more than once over it

To date, its the only game I have played more than once for multiple endings, and I cried when it seemed crono was dead.

Since then, I have a tattoo of crono, one of my cats is named crono, I learned Japanese to play it in its original, untranslated (except by me) form, and I've purchased the ps1 port, the psn port, and the DS version just ro financially support its existance. I am not making any of this up, and i have no shame about it whatsoever.

I played Red Alert 1 so much that I wore out both discs and had to go buy a new set.....

Captcha: helter-skelter (Guess I'd better tattoo a swastika on my forehead and get some hippie chicks to go stab some rich people to death.)

http://steamcommunity.com/id/splintercellftw/games?tab=all

I think the amount of time I've spent on TF2 compared to everything else explains enough.

Civilization III. Played it into late night one-more-turn sessions, even when I was a wee lad. Lost the disk, replaced it with The Complete Edition. Played it more. Tied with Galactic Civilizations II as a favourite game once I discovered GCII. Continued to play. Civilization IV came out. I bought it. Enjoyed it. Just didn't think it as good as CivIII. Went back to CivIII, playing CivIV only sparingly. Continued to love it. Had awesome moments (the best, a World War scenario triggered by me (Byzantine Empire) bombing the Scandinavian Republic, my friendly neighbor to the south, out of complete boredom. 'Twas awesome). Eventually, Civilization V Came out. Bought it. Enjoyed it. Thought it far superior to CivIII. Now I balance out mostly playing CivV, CivIII at times, when I want ma Civ fix.

Chrono Cross

Probably the most played JRPG in my massive library.

I've probably played it on more systems then any other game.
Though, that's probably because it's been released on the PS1 and PSN so that got me playing it on the PC, PS1, PS2, PS3 (via PSN) and PSP.

I own two physical copies of the game (greatest and non-greatest hits) plus the PSN/PSP version.

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