Steam rating and Top Three Steam games

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I don't PC game enough for my "this week" to make much sense, but I can tell you without looking my top 3 steam games:

1 Team Fortress 2
2 Civilization 5
3 Torchlight 2

after looking the ranking is actually

1 Civ 5 (125 hours)
2 TF2 (85 hours)
3 Torchlight 2 (63 hours)

still haven't actually beaten TL2, lol.

OlasDAlmighty:
Okay, this is probably a bad sign to begin with but what's a Steam rating and how do I find all this information?

Your Steam rating is a simple measurement of how much you've played in the most recent two weeks. It serves no purpose other than to say you've wasted 32+ hours (A full rating of 10.0) having fun.
If you go to Steam, go along the top toolbar and go to a tab that is your username. A toolbar will appear, and click profile. Now, on the right hand side of your screen (if you scroll down a bit), there will be a little box that says "Gameplay Stats" which should list your score, and, beneath it, your top three games of the past two weeks.
For total game time, scroll up to the top and find a link under the "Actions" box, and click "Games." Switch to the "All Games" tab, and there'll be a button you can press to sort by playtime.
And there you have it.

Captcha is of House Lannister: Hear me roar!

Steam rating 6.5

only recently played game
Skyrim 20.4 hours this week

Top 3 all time
Skyrim 569 hours (not counting the 80h I have on xbox)
Fallout: New Vegas 283 hours
Dragon age: Origins 270 hours

Rating 10

Top three games in the past two weeks
-Tomb Raider, 33.3 hrs
-The Walking Dead, 11.6 hrs
-Borderlands 2, 5.9 hrs

Top 3 logged playtimes
-Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate, 302.7 hrs
-Skyrim, 143.1 hrs
-Deus Ex: Human Revolution, 72.5 hrs

Steam Rating: 10
This week.
Team Fortress 2: 20.3 hours
Black Ops II Multiplayer: 14 hours.
Bioshock Infinite: 4.7 hours.

Alltime.
Team Fortress 2: 1843 hours.
Plants vs Zombies: 126 hours.
Elder Scrolls Skyrim: 114 hours.

Steam rating 2.2

Top 3 past two weeks
Just Cause 2: 4.9 hrs last two weeks / 50 hrs on record
KOTOR: 0.8 hrs last two weeks / 10.9 hrs on record
Deus Ex: 0.6 hrs last two weeks / 11.1 hrs on record

Ignoring Far cry 3 which I have no idea but been playing the most the past month.

Top 3 hours all together
Skyrim: 316.1 hours
Team Fortress 2: 146.3 hours
Deus Ex: Human Revolution: 93.0 hrs on record

Alssadar:

OlasDAlmighty:
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Thank you Alssadar, this is probably info that should have been mentioned or at least linked to in the OP but whatever.

Steam Rating: 0

Top 3 games in the last 2 weeks:

N/A

Okay, so before anyone says anything I bought Fallout 3 from Steam a couple of weeks ago and have been playing it almost exclusively since then. The reason it isn't listed is because I always launch it through the Nexus mod manager (I've been modding the shit out of it) so I haven't actually had to log into Steam in quite a while even though I'm playing a Steam game.

Top 5 by hours logged

1. Portal: 70.2 hrs

2. Portal 2: 58.0 hrs

3. Half-Life 2: 44.6 hrs

4. Batman: Arkham City GOTY: 31.2 hrs

5. Bioshock: 12.2 hrs

Rating: 7.2

Past 2 Weeks:
-Geneforge (10.6 hrs)
-Binding of Isaac (5.2 hrs)
-Dota 2 (4.7 hrs)

All time:
-Binding of Isaac (45.8 hrs)
-Dota 2 (15.2 hrs)
-Jade Empire (12.9 hrs)

My stats are a little wonky because I play offline half the time, otherwise BoI and FTL would be dominating this

Rating 2.9

Top 3 recent
TF2: 9.4

Top 3 altogether
TF2: 378.5
Killing Floor: 51.9
FTL; Faster Than Light: 34.4

Steam Account: Trouble Box

Steam Rating: 10

Playing time: 69.8 hrs past 2 weeks

Dota 2
69.8 hrs / 695 hrs

Steam Account: Main (anonymous)

Steam Rating: 10

Playing time: 99.3 hrs past 2 weeks

Stardrive Beta
92.2 hrs / 164 hrs

Analogue: A Hate Story
5.3 hrs / 5.3 hrs

Total War: SHOGUN 2
1.8 hrs / 1018 hrs

This Week

1. Bioshock Infinite 16.8 hrs
2. dota 2 4.7 hrs
3. Hotline Miami 3.7

All-time top 3
Team Fortress 2 700 hours. It says 371 but my stats were wiped I don't think my hours reflect how much I've played.
Empire Total War 176.5 hours
Left 4 dead 2 93

It shows dota 2 and dragon age 2, but that's because I left dota 2 online by accident for like a week and dragon 2 was shared across three people.

Posted twice.

oops

Rating - 10

Top 3 for the past two weeks :
Darksiders II - 29.9 hours
Dead Island - 24.8 hours
Trials Evolution Gold Edition - 10.5 hours

Top 3 logged hours :
Borderlands 2 - 182.5 hours
Star Trek Online - 155.4 hours
Terraria - 123.1 hours

I need a life.

Rating - 10

Top 3 Recently
Dota 2 - 44.4 hours
Magicka - 7.8 hours
Skyrim - 2.3 hours

Top 3 All Time
Dota 2 - 1043.1 hours
Skyrim - 142.5 hours
Team Fortress 2 - 91.6 hours

Damn. That's ... that's a lot of Dota 2.

Why are we posting ratings anyway?

Rating - 6.5
recently:
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 9.3 hours //recently started playing again with a friend
GTA4 6.3 hours
Mass Effect 5.0 hours //got ME3 through the SimCity thing, so I thought I should finally play the trilogy after I owned the first two since the last christmas sale
Realm of the Mad God 0.3 hours

since forever:
TF2 - 64.5 hours (mostly before the hats, that somehow killed it for me)
Skyrim 50.6 hours (still not finished)
Dota 2: 32.8 hours

then quite a few games I played for around 24 hours lol

Edit:

Korica:

Why are we posting ratings anyway?

Because it's so fun :D

Steam Rating: 10

Top 3 recent
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic:28.4 hrs / 32 hrs
Serious Sam 3: BFE: 3.9 hrs / 3.9 hrs
BioShock Infinite:3.2 hrs / 3.2 hrs

Top 3 hours all time
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim :154.0 hrs on record
Team Fortress 2:102.7 hrs on record
FTL: Faster Than Light:60.0 hrs on record

These times are a bit off as for a while I didn't have internet and played a lot of skyrim, mount and blade and some other RTS games

BraveSirRobin:
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I enjoy SOASE a lot though I have played an older version. Now there's SOASE: Rebellion which adds a few new things (like gigantic Titan ships and two different factions for each civilizations).

Plus: There are some awesome Star Wars mods: http://sins.imperial.cc/im/

Steam rating 10

Top 3 recently
Dragon Age Origins- Ulitmate Edition 91.9 hrs
Bioshock Infinite 8.8hrs
Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition 0.8 hrs
(doesn't seem to log my time on Far Cry 3)

Top 3 hours all together
Civ 5: 723 hours
Dragon Age Origins 765 hours (420 ultimate 345 vanilla)
Skyrim: 698 hours

I'm pretty new to Steam, but here:

Steam Rating: 6.4

Playing time: 20.4 hour past 2 weeks

XCOM: Enemy Unknown
11.7 hrs / 11.7 hrs

FTL: Faster Than Light
7.0 hrs / 34 hrs

Deus Ex: Human Revolution
1.1 hrs / 45 hrs

Top 3 of all time

Deus Ex: Human Revolution
45.2 hrs on record

FTL: Faster Than Light
33.7 hrs on record

The Binding of Isaac
33.5 hrs on record

As I say, I'm pretty new to Steam. I also play Fallout 3 alot but almost exclusively through FOSE so it doesn't register. It's by no way a good indication of what kind of gamer I am. But its interesting that I've spend almost as much time on FTL and Binding - two indie games - as Deus Ex.

Top 3 recently:
Team Fortress 2: 17.2 hours
Kotor 2: 5 hours
Fable: The Lost Chapters: 1 hour

Top 3 altogether:
Team Fortress 2: 172.1 hours
Civilization 5: 83.2 hours
Fallout New Vegas:79.7 hours
This weeks numbers are relatively low. I blame Guild Wars 2.

Rating: 7.1

Top 3 - 2 weeks:
CiV - 13.4 hrs / 193 hrs
Skyrim - 5.6 hrs / 244 hrs
Tropico 3 - 2.4 hrs / 50 hrs

Top 3 - All Time:
New Vegas - 317 hrs
Skyrim - 243.5 hrs
CiV - 193.4 hrs

Honourable mentions:
Total War series - 328.1 hrs (Not including all the time I've played on my non-Steam version of Rome and any time on Medieval 2 which I have probably played the most.)

Steam Rating: 7.4

Top 3 of last 2 weeks
11.5 Hours - Oblivion
7.5 Hours - Skyrim
3.2 Hours - Magicka

Top 3 of all time
178.7 Hours - Skyrim
158.5 Hours - Team Fortress 2
118.6 Hours - Killing Floor

Steam Rating: 10

Top 3
Farcry 3
Skyrim
L4D2

Longest...here we go
Team Fortress 2: 694.8hrs
Skyramz: 209hrs
Torchlight 2: 143hrs
Slightly tailed by Saints Row the Third at 128.1

Steam Rating : 10

66.9 hours past 2 weeks total.

Top 3 past two weeks:
Bioshock Infinite 49.8 Hours (It's only that high because when I was at work or asleep I would just minimize it)
Planetside 2 14.7 Hours
Borderlands 2 1.7 Hours

Top 3 logged
Borderlands 2 221.9 Hours
Skyrim 175.5 hours
Black ops Multiplayer 174.6 Hours

Steam Rating: 10

Top 2 past 2 weeks (only played 2 games past 2 weeks):
Don't Starve 46.3 hrs / 46 hrs
DLC Quest 1.7 hrs / 1.7 hrs

Top 5 All Time:
Team Fortress 2 597.0 hrs on record
Fallout: New Vegas 188.7 hrs on record
The Binding of Isaac 151.0 hrs on record
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 102.5 hrs on record
FTL: Faster Than Light 75.0 hrs on record

Great games. And in regards to Fallout New Vegas, I also sunk countless hours into it on the 360.

Steam Rating: 10

Top 3 of past 2 weeks
1. Far Cry 3 - 12.2 hours / 12.2 hours Six of those hours are fucking around with settings and optimisation
2. ARMA II: OA - 10 hours / 15.6 hours
3. Bioshock: Infinite - 5.7 hours / 5.7 hours

All time champions
1. Football Manager 2012 - 173.7 hours
2. Football Manager 2013 - 105.3 hours
3. Sleeping Dogs - 33.7 hours

I don't think Football Manager games should count towards my playtime, they're worse than heroin in terms of addictiveness.

I don't have my steam rating, but...

I put in 700+ hours into X3: TC and 350 hours each on Anno 2070, Civ V, and skyrim.

Yikesalicious.

0 hours in 2 weeks overall.

Eomega123:

Don't Starve 46.3 hrs / 46 hrs

I keep finding myself peering at this one.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on the title.

Vlunce Crociata:

snekadid:
Steam Rating:
10

past 2 weeks:
Far Cry® 3
20.8 hrs / 21 hrs
Sid Meier's Civilization V
6.9 hrs / 43 hrs
Saints Row: The Third
6.9 hrs / 58 hrs

ALL TIME:
Borderlands 2
245.4 hrs on record
Global Agenda (back when it just started and was good)
203.5 hrs on record
The Secret World
160.3 hrs on record

This Global Agenda intrigues me, what exactly was it, and what changes took place that made it so much less good?

You can still see it on steam, its F2P now. It was originally a team based third person shooter (if i remember correctly, could of been first person) with RPG elements and jetpacks, where you could get and use better weapons through tech point placement that made you pick what you used very carefuly and there was a good variaty of character customization. It was alot of fun both PVP and PVE with events and talent trees that really changed how you played and loadouts that played very differently within each of the 4 classes.

Unfortunately the devs kept making it more and more like WoW(my biggest complaint in most online games because if I wanted to play WoW, I would play WoW and not some cheesy ripoff), making it so you bought weapons or got them through questing instead and continually dumbing down the classes until I just didn't care anymore. Every update was something else terrible added to the game or something good taken out. I really miss Global Agenda, it had such amazing potential but it's complete garbage now. I tried playing again a few months ago and it was completely unlikable. The servers were horribly laggy and the combat was dull.

TL:DR: Global Agenda is another casualty on my list of games that were alot of fun before they started copying WoW.

cerebreturns:

Vlunce Crociata:

cerebreturns:
Rating - 10

Top 3 for the past two weeks :
StarDrive 19hrs (22)
Terraria 13hrs (122)
Kenshi 6hrs (6)

Top 3 logged hours :
Supreme Commander 142
Terraria 122
Dungeon Defenders 117

Another with Dungeon defenders in the top, I will need to actually attempt to commit this to memory so that I may find out what the big deal is with it.

The trailer and concept is pretty to the point.

It's a tower defense game that's 3rd person, you can play with friends, is level/gear based and is in general just fun :)

That actually does sound like quite a bit of fun, I have always had an affinity for Tower Defense games, and I have always had friends. This could be a calling that I need to answer in the near future.

CpT_x_Killsteal:

Vlunce Crociata:

CpT_x_Killsteal:
most played games:
Men of war Assault squad - 1020 hrs
Arma 2: OA - 300 hrs
Killing Floor - 187 hrs

I racked up that 1000 hrs in about a year and stopped playing lol. really was a great game but hard to get into matches because of ping issues.

Unfortunate about the latency issues, a lot of people seem to have them almost sporadically, that's quite a chunk of time to dedicate to gaming within a single year, and to that I tip my hat. (If I had one)

It was kind of an addiction at that time. I'd get back into it if I had the time.
But god damn it has to be the best RTS (or RTT) game I've ever played. You can turn that game around in the blink of an eye if you have the skill.

Games like that always frightened me, if the game could be turned around by my opponent in the blink of an eye, then I would need to have a lot of skill as well, which while I have the aptitude to learn to develop the skill, I do not have the attention span, nor the time required, I'm far too busy playing video games and eating food.

snekadid:

Vlunce Crociata:

snekadid:
Steam Rating:
10

past 2 weeks:
Far Cry® 3
20.8 hrs / 21 hrs
Sid Meier's Civilization V
6.9 hrs / 43 hrs
Saints Row: The Third
6.9 hrs / 58 hrs

ALL TIME:
Borderlands 2
245.4 hrs on record
Global Agenda (back when it just started and was good)
203.5 hrs on record
The Secret World
160.3 hrs on record

This Global Agenda intrigues me, what exactly was it, and what changes took place that made it so much less good?

You can still see it on steam, its F2P now. It was originally a team based third person shooter (if i remember correctly, could of been first person) with RPG elements and jetpacks, where you could get and use better weapons through tech point placement that made you pick what you used very carefuly and there was a good variaty of character customization. It was alot of fun both PVP and PVE with events and talent trees that really changed how you played and loadouts that played very differently within each of the 4 classes.

Unfortunately the devs kept making it more and more like WoW(my biggest complaint in most online games because if I wanted to play WoW, I would play WoW and not some cheesy ripoff), making it so you bought weapons or got them through questing instead and continually dumbing down the classes until I just didn't care anymore. Every update was something else terrible added to the game or something good taken out. I really miss Global Agenda, it had such amazing potential but it's complete garbage now. I tried playing again a few months ago and it was completely unlikable. The servers were horribly laggy and the combat was dull.

TL:DR: Global Agenda is another casualty on my list of games that were alot of fun before they started copying WoW.

That actually does sound like a great deal of fun, I wish there were more games out there willing to take risks, I don't see why they would waste their time becoming a game like another game if they already had a fan base. Having a fan base means that the game, the original way it was that is, was already likable in it's state, so why take an even safer path and eat up all the elements of WoW and regurgitate them back out in yet another carbon copy? Speaking of a list of games that were ruined with World of Warcraft like elements, does a certain Star wars MMO, have a spot on that list?

Steam Rating: 6.5

Top 3 for the past 2 weeks:

Bioshock Infinite: 17.2 Hours.
Payday: The Heist: 1.7 Hours.
Dishonored: 1.8 Hours.

And yes, I am very much in love with Infinite, and will probably be playing more of it.

I actually have not touched steam these last two weeks. Starcraft 2 Heart of the Swarm has been eating my PC gaming time.

I fit in a Bit Bioshock 1, Awesomenauts, and FO:NV for a total of 2.5 hours.

Now total time:

Team Fortress 2: 427.7 Hours
Dungeon Defenders: 111.3 Hours
Terraria: 92.2 Hours (Have not touched in 6 months cause lost my file with all my stuff, gave up on the game.)
Awesomenauts: 85.7 Hours
Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion: 70.9 Hours. Mods are fun.
Left 4 Dead 2: 57.1 hours.

Those are the big ones. The rest are under 20 hours.

My top 3 all-time are

Star Trek Online: 122 hrs
Borderlands: 105 hrs
Borderlands 2: 65 hrs

Vlunce Crociata:

That actually does sound like a great deal of fun, I wish there were more games out there willing to take risks, I don't see why they would waste their time becoming a game like another game if they already had a fan base. Having a fan base means that the game, the original way it was that is, was already likable in it's state, so why take an even safer path and eat up all the elements of WoW and regurgitate them back out in yet another carbon copy? Speaking of a list of games that were ruined with World of Warcraft like elements, does a certain Star wars MMO, have a spot on that list?

Tor was a WoW clone from dev to launch so no, that game was just poorly planned with little to no original ideas put into anything but the single player stories. Another MMO though that is on the list is RIFT, Which ended up sacrificing almost all class individuality and making its main concept( THE GOD DAMN RIFTS!) trivial and for the most part pointless. It went from them being events that ranged from small to apocalyptic, that could shut down an entire zone if people didn't take them out and stop the flood of enemies spawned from them like you would see from a real invasion. Basically during the last month of beta they cut everything that was good out of the game and then slowly whittled down the decent remaining bits until everything worked pretty much just like WoW.

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